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Posted: November 25, 2019

Kimberley Rotary continues ShelterBox partnership

Rotary International’s project partner in disaster relief is dedicated to helping ensure no family is left without shelter after natural disaster or conflict – by going where others can’t or won’t.

ShelterBox Canada has been a part of the global ShelterBox network since 2000. By helping provide the emergency shelter and tools families need to self-recover, ShelterBox is transforming despair into hope.

We are impatient to see a world where no family is left without shelter. Are you?

ShelterBox Global Gifts are a great way to give alternative gifts to family, friends, colleagues, or someone special all while making a difference

It’s easy to honour that special person in your life by choosing a gift that will provide life-saving shelter and aid to a family affected by disaster or conflict. You could give the gift of water, light or shelter to help empower families to start the process of recovery.

There are many ways to make a difference and donate:

Go online to www.shelterboxcanada.org/kimberleyrotary and donate with the Kimberley Rotary team.

Order directly from the ShelterBox Canada Global Gifts catalogue at www.shelterboxcanada.org/gifts.

Drop into Kootenay Savings Credit Union in Kimberley and make your donation in person.

Contact Patrick Barclay at the Kimberley Rotary Club [email protected] .

All donations of $20 or more will receive a charitable tax receipt from ShelterBox CanadaYour donation will help ShelterBox provide tents, tarps, and other vital tools for families to rebuild a home. Blankets and Ground Sheets to keep families warm, Solar lights so children can see their parents in the dark night. Mosquito nets and water filters to protect them from disease; cooking utensils to prepare meals, and the knowledge that someone from afar cares.

The following video link tells one of the many stories of the help ShelterBox has provided:

Submitted by Kimberley Rotary & Shelterbox Canada


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