In 2022, extreme weather events and the crisis in Ukraine created significant need for emergency shelter support across the world.

Thanks to your incredible support and the help of our partners worldwide, we provided shelter to over 400,000 people.

We can’t replace what is lost, but emergency shelter can give families some sense of normality – it is a place to call home, the space to begin to recover.

We put families first. We are focused. We go further. We are global. We are ShelterBox.

You can read our 2022 Annual Report report below.

Read the 2022 report

Read the 2022 report

In the Philippines we supported 100,000 people after Super Typhoon Rai devastated whole communities.

When the war started in Ukraine in February, we helped people fleeing to Moldova, as well as people staying in collective centres and in damaged homes in Ukraine.

We also worked on projects in Yemen, Pakistan, Mozambique, Syria, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Burkina Faso and Nigeria. We couldn’t have done it without you – our amazing supporters.

Previous annual reports:

Annual report 2021

In 2021, the number of people displaced worldwide reached record levels. Coronavirus was an additional threat for vulnerable communities. Together with our incredible partners, volunteers and supporters, we were able to support 143,000 people in 11 countries. – view 2021 annual report

Annual report 2020

2020 was a tough year for everyone, especially for vulnerable communities dealing with disaster and conflict. In 2020, thanks to our partners, volunteers and global network of supporters, we supported 175,000 people in eleven countries. – ​view 2020 annual report

Annual report 2019

In 2019, the number of people displaced worldwide reached the highest level ever recorded. But thanks to the determination of our partners, volunteers and global network of supporters, we were there for 145,000 people in nine countries. – ​view 2019 annual report

Annual report 2018

In 2018, we went further than ever to reach families who needed emergency shelter. We supported 210,000 people who lost their homes to disaster or conflict. – ​view 2018 annual report

Annual report 2017

Two years into our strategy to transform our charity. We have a robust plan in place. And we’re making progress. – ​view 2017 annual report

Annual report 2016

2016 marked the start of a new strategy to grow our charity and reach even more vulnerable families. – view 2016 annual report

Annual report 2015

In 2015, we supported almost 30,000 families in situations as varied as Nepal, Syria and Vanuatu – view report

Annual report 2014

2014 was dominated by our response to Typhoon Haiyan, but we also helped communities after 27 other disasters – view report