ShelterBox is a charity independent of Rotary International and the Rotary Foundation
ShelterBox Current involvement - Update May 2019
ShelterBox and Rotary International are project partners in disaster relief Update - January 2019
Whilst Rotary International is not a first responder organisation, we cannot but help initiatives such as Shelter Box as they try to confront the human tragedies resulting from largely natural but sometimes man-made disasters. Over recent years, we have bought several shelter boxes, most recently in the aftermath of the Caribbean hurricanes.
it is a litany of suffering which we in UK have difficulty in appreciating.
You may be interested in reading the update which indicates the scale & scope of its work at as at January 2019.
ShelterBox and Rotary International are project partners in disaster relief Update – October 2017
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