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Monday 02 March 2015ShelterBox CEO urges Rotary Clubs to consider more flexible funding of disaster relief
Last week the Rotary Club of Cober Valley presented ShelterBox with a cheque for £1,200. In an illustrated talk ShelterBox’s Alison Wallace gave local Rotarians food for thought on how best to support the disaster relief organisation.
Thursday 26 February 2015Gaza could take more than a century to rebuild. ‘Is displacement becoming intractable?’ asks British aid CEO
Oxfam has today said that it could take more than 100 years to rebuild Gaza’s essential infrastructure of homes, schools and health facilities, calling for the 8-year blockade stranglehold to be lifted. British disaster relief charity CEO Alison Wallace warns that Gaza and other conflict zones risk creating permanently displaced communities.
Tuesday 24 February 2015Little blooms worth thousands - Truro garden open day raises £4,500 for ShelterBox
Now in its tenth year, Hellebore Day at Bosvigo House in Truro is a diary date for gardeners, and for ShelterBox supporters
Tuesday 17 February 2015‘A personal journey’ – Cyclist Tim Bridgman heads for South America to complete the fundraising trek that ended in tragedy
Last April, while on a trans-global cycling fundraiser for ShelterBox, Sharon Bridgman died after her bicycle collided with a vehicle in Bolivia. Now her husband Tim is returning to pick up their epic journey, starting from the scene of the accident.
Monday 16 February 2015‘A tried, trusted and reliable friend’ - ShelterBox wishes Rotary a happy 110th birthday
Cornwall-based disaster relief charity ShelterBox began in 2000 as one Rotary Club’s millennium project. Now, as Rotary International’s only official Project Partner, ShelterBox sends congratulations to all Rotarians as their organisation celebrates 110 years.
Friday 13 February 2015UK agency ShelterBox begins huge aid push into Malawi as UN fears floods have killed 276, and displaced almost a quarter of a million
UK agency ShelterBox begins huge aid push into Malawi as UN fears floods have killed 276, and displaced almost a quarter of a million
Monday 02 February 2015ShelterBox tents go up in Gaza, after six months of patience and negotiation
ShelterBox supporters can at last see their generosity reaching out to one of the world’s most war-torn locations. Photos just arrived from Gaza show tents being put up.
Wednesday 28 January 2015SchoolBoxes from Cornwall arrive in West Africa for ebola orphans
An aid chain that started in Cornwall in December is now putting smiles on the faces of children in Freetown, affected by the scourge of ebola.
Monday 26 January 2015Malaysian floodwater places one house on top of another!
Ismail Nick Mustafa and his family have an amazing story to tell. Like thousands of others, they had a narrow escape as they fled from rising floodwater. But days later an unbelievable sight awaited them when they returned to their home…
Thursday 22 January 2015ShelterBox answers Malawi President’s call for humanitarian aid as floodwaters rise
Landlocked Malawi in SE Africa is the latest destination for ShelterBox in response to flooding chaos. In the worst floods for over forty years tens of thousands have fled their homes, and an estimated 170 have died as a month’s worth of rain fell in 24 hours.
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