Right now, ShelterBox's work is more important than ever.
The impact in crowded camps and makeshift settlements in places like Syria, Ethiopia and Burkina Faso could be devastating. But emergency shelter can save lives by slowing the spread of coronavirus.
Shelter can help families social distance and self-isolate.
Essential household items can also help reduce sharing between families in temporary settlements.
The aid provided by ShelterBox can be life-saving for disaster-hit families trying to protect themselves from coronavirus.
The Rotary Club of Swindon North supports ShelterBox
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Rotary’s second major donation, of £208,000, was handed over on 7th July 2021 when local Rotarians visited the Great Western Hospital to view the build progress of the nearly completed radiotherapy unit.more
We went to the races in March. It was a meeting with 10 races, 8 riders in each. It wasn’t at Epsom, or Haydock Park, or just up the M4 at Newbury. It was, of all places, in Wanborough Village Hall.more
The new Horizons College Minibus, donated collectively by all the Rotary Clubs of Swindon and District, has been branded with the Rotary logo and other graphics by the Wootton Bassett based company, PG Events, free of charge.more