Our ambassador’s play a hugely important role within ShelterBox.
You amplify the voices of the people hit by disaster and conflict, you share their stories, raise awareness of the work we do with members of your community, inspire fundraising and further engagement with ShelterBox.
Without people like you, we would not have the capacity and reach we have in spreading these important stories.
Could you be a ShelterBox Ambassdor?
Who are you?
Our Ambassadors are passionate, caring, motivated people, wanting to make a difference.
What will you do?
Tasks undertaken by our Ambassadors include giving presentations on our work, attending events on our behalf, organising activities, and supporting our campaigns.
What impact will you have?
Our Ambassadors help raise funds for ShelterBox, and raise awareness of our work and the people we support. They can also help recruit more ambassadors.
What will you get?
We want our volunteers to feel rewarded for supporting us! Our Ambassadors will get to meet like-minded people. We also give training and support, and valuable work experience. With volunteering you can have flexible experience, choosing a role to suit you. And we’ll check to make sure you’re satisfied, and see what more we can do to enhance the experience.
More about this role
Whether you’re a keen public speaker or more comfortable behind a computer keyboard, there are flexible options available to suit a variety of skills and time commitments.
- Speaker engagements, both in-person and virtual
- Supporting our fundraising campaigns such as Tent for Lent, The Warehouse Challenge and virtual mile challenges
Who you are supporting
Mohamed is the community leader of a small village in the Al Haouz region of the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. His village suffered severe damage in the earthquake that struck Morocco on 8th September 2023.
When the earthquake struck, Mohamed was working at a maternity home. It took him all night to travel back to his village, as there was devastation everywhere. In a neighbouring village, Mohamed received terrible news.
“I met a man that I knew there, he told me that my wife, my sister, my son, my nephew, and my neighbour were dead. I kept walking and I arrived at my village, I found some of them there in one place, I went to behind my house to get some blankets to cover them.”
In the aftermath of the earthquake, Mohamed focused on helping his village. ShelterBox supported people in his village with tents and household items. Mohamed shared the difference the items made. “We have these tents, we have a lot of blankets that good people and associations have given to us, so we are all good, we are safe.”
Mohamed is just one of thousands of people ShelterBox have supported after disaster and conflict. By representing ShelterBox, sharing our work and telling the stories of the people we support, our Ambassadors play a key role in supporting people like Mohamed.
Why volunteer with ShelterBox?
Right now, over 100 million people around the world have been made homeless by disaster and conflict.
By volunteering with ShelterBox, you can use your skills to raise vital funds for emergency shelter.
We want to see a world where no family is left without shelter after disaster. Join us.