Yes, all this in a green box!
For more information do watch the videos below.
Imagine a situation where you have lost everything. What would you and your family need to survive. See an explanation here.
So far this year ShelterBox have helped people in distress here: Syria, Madagascar, Lebanon, North Korea and now the Philippines.
Their largest scale operation in recent years was in Haiti, the largest campsite I have ever seen!
Why not read this blog from a Rotarian on the ground in the Philippines as part of a ShelterBox response team.
'What We Do' Main Pages:
One year after the invasion of Ukraine we look at how Rotary clubs in GB&I have supported those affected by the humanitarian crisismore
Moshchun, the hero village that stopped the Russian advance on Kyiv but was destroyed in the process.more
Jersey Porridge Day 2017 is on Tuesday the 10th of October. It is run once a year in support of Mary's Meals.more
Eight young chefs compete for the title Rotary Young Chef Jersey 2015-16 and the opportunity to compete in regional finals in February at Bournemouthmore
Young people set up a business, run it for 9 months and then wind it up! All part of the process of learning what business is all about under the guidance of volunteer advisers.more
It is well known that Young People are our future, here we show how Rotary tries to help their development as adults.more
AquaBox a Rotary Club of Wirksworth project helping people caught up in disasters around the world.more
The Rotary Club of Jersey aids the victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines by sending donations totaling £5,000 to ShelterBox and AquaBox.more
The award is made to persons or organisations in recognition of their outstanding, worthy and meritorious service to the Island of Jersey and its people, in keeping with the Rotary International motto of "Service before Self".more
Links to all this year's bulletins and Robert's reflections from January 2014 onwards. Archives available on sub pages.more