Ideas for fundraising

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All kinds of event can become a Shine for ShelterBox  fundraiser.

Here are a few ways our supporters have been lighting up the winter nights.

Shine stories: Richard Humphris

My Shine for ShelterBox pop-up event was at The Skiff in Brighton. More than 300 people came to a cook-off between chefs from 64 Degrees and The Set and we raised £685.

We run a ‘pop-up’ restaurant business called Polygon Pop-Up. I wanted my Shine for ShelterBox event to be really special so I got two of the top restaurants in Brighton – The Set and 64 Degrees – to come. It was like a ‘food battle’. The Cocktail Shack also sent two of their mixologists. I ran the Polygon bar, featuring a lot of UK breweries, and we had a big art exhibition hosted by Pop-Up Brighton. Everyone who attended donated £3 on the door and all the businesses donated 20% of their takings from the event.

Supporting ShelterBox makes sense. There are a lot of natural disasters in the world and it’s good to give to an organisation that’s dedicated to helping with that.

It was hard work but it was all really worth it. And it was fun!

A large room full of people some sitting and some standing


Frequently Asked Questions

Everything you need to know about hosting a Shine for ShelterBox event.

A restaurants guide

Shine for ShelterBox

Shine for ShelterBox is the perfect way to reach out to your community, introduce them to your restaurant whilst supporting disaster affected communities around the world.  

Your Guide to Hosting a Shine Event

Shine for ShelterBox is a great way to fundraise for ShelterBox this winter, whether you love to get together with your friends, family or community.