Our organization is so successful due to our vast volunteer base. There are many ways to be involved. From helping to fundraise in your area to joining the ShelterBox Ambassador team, we need individuals like you!
Check out our volunteer opportunities below! To sign up, click on the role that interests you. Please note that the only way to go into the field and deliver boxes is to join our ShelterBox Response Team
We are looking for passionate individuals to help spread the word and fundraise for ShelterBox. Ambassadors are the face of ShelterBox in their communities. This self directed role exists to raise awareness and funds for ShelterBox's work worldwide and requires a pro-active self-starter who is keen to initative activities and increase community engagement.
Our Ambassadors are also tasked with making contact with Rotary clubs and service clubs, religious, professional, and youth groups, then explaining to them the ShelterBox mission – thus building awareness of the organization through their public engagements.
Do you want to volunteer with SBC in a more casual manner? Join the ShelterBox Canada Volunteer Team! Team volunteers support Ambassadors with community events, advocate for ShelterBox Canada in their communities and are encouraged to engage in fundraising campaigns. As a team volunteer you may be called on to assist with various events or to advocate and fundraise during a major disaster.
Are you a Rotary Club member? Interested in being a club liaison for ShelterBox? Sign up to receive deployment updates and access to pertinent webinar trainings so you can be "in the know" and share disaster relief information with your Rotary club. Click here to apply.
ShelterBox prides itself on getting aid directly to the people who need it most. One of the ways we achieve this is through our ShelterBox Response Teams or SRTs.
Conditions in the field can be very basic and deploying with our aid into remote and chaotic environments is not for the faint-hearted. The application and selection
process for SRT takes anywhere from six months to a year.