World Humanitarian Day 2022
Discover everything you need to know about World Humanitarian Day and meet four real-life humanitarians.
Crisis in the Horn of Africa: Why we must act now
The Horn of Africa is experiencing the worst drought in over 40 years. Learn more about this crisis and how shelter can make an impact.
Evolution of our solar light
Read how we listened to communities to adapt our solar lights.
The plastic problem: our commitment to do better
Read how ShelterBox is committed to reducing unnecessary single-use plastic from our aid packaging.
We Put Families First, Be We Do Not Seek To Hold One Definition of What a Family Is
As Pride month begins and we celebrate and honour those before us who tirelessly fought for the rights and freedoms of the 2SLGBTQI+ community, it is important to recognize the many struggles still faced by many in the community around the world.
Preparing for a very busy Hurricane season
The 2022 Atlantic Basin hurricane season is more active than usual, with more powerful named storms than average since the start of the season. Read how we’re preparing.
How ShelterBox helped 100,000 people after Typhoon Rai
See how we worked with partners to reach 20,000 families after Typhoon Rai.
5 Things you should know about the latest IPCC report
The latest IPCC Report on climate change is out. Read 5 of the main findings of this report and why our work is important in the fight against climate change.
What are climate-related disasters?
Our changing climate is making large weather events like droughts and hurricanes worse. Learn more about climate-related disasters.
Four easy ways to beat the winter blues
As the temperatures drop and the days remain short, it’s not uncommon for many of us to be feeling a little blue. Here are four easy ways to beat the winter blues and start looking forward to Spring.
ShelterBox is Responding to Typhoon Rai
On December 16 and 17th, Super Typhoon Rai decimated parts of the Philippines. Learn more about how ShelterBox is responding.
The Impossible Choice: Aftermath of an Earthquake
Do you sleep outside in the rain or do you sleep in the remains of your crumbling home? For families in Haiti, this question was their reality. Learn more about how ShelterBox responded in Haiti.
The Forgotten Crises: Mozambique
Since 2017, over 800,000 people have been displaced in Mozambique – but there is very little coverage on this crisis. Read more about the situation and how ShelterBox is working to help.
The Forgotten Crises: Burkina Faso
Once hailed a beacon of hope, Burkina Faso has now been experiencing one of the fastest-growing humanitarian crises. Learn more about this devastating crisis that is often missed in the news.
Stronger Together: How we worked with partners to respond in Honduras after Hurricanes Eta and Iota
Read how we worked with Rotary and Habitat for Humanity to support families in Honduras after Hurricanes Eta and Iota.
Our Rotary Heroes
Read about a few of our current ShelterBox Canada Hero award winners and how they supported us throughout the last year.
The Forgotten Crises: What is happening in the Lake Chad Basin?
Conflict has devastated the Lake Chad Basin for the last 12 years, and affects over 10 million people across four countries. Learn more about this crisis and the families who desperately need humanitarian assistance.
How Innovation Supports Sustainability
When families receive ShelterBox aid, it is theirs to keep and use however they wish. Over the years, we have seen many examples of innovative ways that families use their aid items, from convenience stores to hair salons and more. Read on to learn the creative ways families use their aid to support sustainability.
Interview with Domi from ShelterBox Operations Philippines
We spoke to Domi, the warehouse and logistics supervisor at the ShelterBox Operations Philippines office. Read on to hear about his journey with ShelterBox, what his job involves, and his message to ShelterBox supporters.
Monitoring Impact in Burkina Faso
At ShelterBox, we constantly strive to improve our aid by talking to families who have received it. Recently, in-country teams returned to families to find out how the aid you provided impacted their recovery.