The roles of volunteers helping out in Truro or London are as varied as the work that goes on there.
Whether logging data for the Monitoring and Evaluation Team, researching new fundraising ideas, or speaking to donors and opening post, they give us vital support.
Sue is one of our Supporter Care Team Volunteers. We asked her what she thinkgs about volunteering for ShelterBox.
What inspires you to volunteer?
'To help someone in some small way.'
What do you enjoy the most about volunteering for ShelterBox?
'The company of the staff at Shelterbox and knowing we can be of help albeit just a little.'
What has been the most surprising thing about volunteering?
'A good feeling when a crisis hits and you are able to be a little part of helping those in need.'
Describe what volunteering for ShelterBox means to you in one word.
Is there one memory that stands out for you about volunteering?
'The first real crisis I volunteered for – the Haiti Disaster. We were working in the Helston office, in quite cramped conditions, and there was a real energy when the donations came in. It made everyone feel they were in touch with helping with the disaster, even from afar.'
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Spreading the word about ShelterBox and bringing our work to life in their local area.
RESPONSE TEAM VOLUNTEER
ShelterBox Response Team Volunteers go the extra mile to deliver aid to the families most in need.
Our community volunteers bring the story of ShelterBox to life in a wide range of settings.