ShelterBox USA 2020 Annual Report

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Philippines, 2020

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USA are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by U.S. law.

ShelterBox USA is the recipient of Charity Navigator’s “4-Star” rating for financial health, accountability, and transparency and is a GuideStar Platinum Participant, committed to donor transparency and financial and operational efficiency. design: irenehoffman.com

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2020 ANNUAL REPORT


CONTENTS OUR COMMITMENT Vision, Mission, 2020 Board of Directors..................... 2 Letter from the President .............................................. 2 Why ShelterBox is Needed ............................................ 4

THIS YEAR MARKS OUR 20TH ANNIVERSARY. What started as a simple idea—

The Importance of Shelter............................................. 4

A SINGLE GREEN BOX

What Makes Us Different.............................................. 5

OUR LIFE-SAVING AID The ShelterBox .............................................................. 6

CONTAINING EMERGENCY SHELTER AND AID ITEMS

The Shelter Kit ................................................................7

OUR 2020 GLOBAL RESPONSE COVID-19 and Shelter ................................................... 8

for families who have lost their homes in disasters—has grown into a global movement transforming lives around the world.

COVID-19: Adapting our Aid ....................................... 9 2020 Deployment Map, 20 Years Timeline ................10 2020 Response by the Numbers...................................12 Deployment Highlights: Ethiopia.................................................................13 Syria......................................................................14 Philippines.............................................................16 Vanuatu.................................................................18 Cameroon............................................................. 20 Somaliland........................................................... 22 India..................................................................... 23

OUR DEDICATED SUPPORTERS Rotary Partnership...................................................... 28 ShelterBox Ambassadors ............................................ 30 ShelterBox Response Team Members .........................31 ShelterBox Volunteers.................................................. 32

2020 FINANCIALS

2020 ShelterBox Spotlight........................................... 33 Making a Difference During a Global Pandemic....... 34

2020 Statement of Financial Position......................... 24

Give a Home,  Legacy Society ..................................... 35

Giving by Constituent Type......................................... 24

Volunteer Fundraisers................................................. 36

2020 Statement of Activity.......................................... 25

Fundraising Hall of Fame............................................37

Allocation of Expenses................................................. 25

The Shelter Circle......................................................... 38

Year over Year Revenue and Expenses....................... 26

Major Donors............................................................... 39

Financial Transparency...............................................27

ShelterBox Builders...................................................... 40

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COVER IMAGE: India, 2020

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PAKISTAN

SOMALILAND

CHAD HAITI

SYRIA

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

John learning to use his new tool, Cyclone Harold, Vanuatu, 2020 SYRIA PERU

ETHIOPIA

PHILIPPINES INDIAN OCEAN TSUNAMI

Mitchum Owen Larry Palant & Mona Sussman Mary Patrick Reis Pearson William Peck Roland Penttila Beth Perry Jan Perry Jacqueline Pfeiffer Bruce Plenk Jordan Podoll Patrick Potter & Ryan Sanderson James Prest Judy Prince Thach Quach Adelina Racelis-Grepo Ms. Therese Rasmussen Stephanie Redfern Jody Redmann

Camilla Reminsky Mark Reynolds Linda Ridenour Denise Ringer Michele Rivera Wendy Roberts Lindsay Robinson Michael Rodger Sean Roon Ian Rosenblum Mary Sallee Norman Samuelson Garreth Santosuosso Melissa Schott Jan Schumann Anne Schupack Mark Scott Peter Scott Jori Scruggs-Brown Donald Searles

Kristen Seeger Andrew & Paige Selking Lisa Seneres Ellen Shapiro Jim Sharkey Ronan Short & Allison Long Philip Simon Cherie & William Sirois Marlise Skinner Scott Slaughter Kenneth & Kathy Slickers Amy Smith Janet Sorrentino Ann Soule Ross & Frances Spencer Sandra Stafford Dean & Robin Stansel

Ms. Judy Steele-Beckett Marnella Stout Stephanie & Bill Streb Carol Strickland Swan Stull Bettie Swiontek Donald Tartasky Andreas Teich Donna Thal Bill & Sherie Tobin Thomas Tonkinson Roger & Karen Tormoehlen The Honorable Jonah Triebwasser Sherry & Ben Tunnell Louis & Julie Turpin Heather & Rick Valtee

Robert & Deborah Verity Gary Vetesy Maureen Volland Keith Wallace Vicki Warner Edward Wert John & Michelle Whelan Kelly & Jeffrey Wike Ian Williams Marietta Williams Jennifer Wilson Mary Wilson William Wilson Marilyn Young Skogland & Neil Skogland Minah & Jonathan Zamejtis-Brown

Thank you for your ongoing support. MALAWI

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VISION A world where no family is without shelter after disaster.

MISSION To build awareness of global displacement and to facilitate providing families with life-saving shelter and essential tools and supplies that will enable them to rebuild their homes and transform their lives after disaster.

Vanuatu, 2020

LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT In 2020, ShelterBox celebrated a major milestone—20 years of supporting families displaced by disaster or conflict. What started as a simple idea, a single green box containing emergency shelter and essential aid items for families who have lost their homes in disaster, has grown into a global movement that is transforming lives worldwide. With your support over the last 20 years, ShelterBox has sheltered over 1.9 million people in 100 countries worldwide, giving hope to families on their worst days ever. Your support has made this lifesaving work possible. As we mark our 20th anniversary, we also mark an unprecedented year of challenges and resilience. In 2020, the devastating effects of the global COVID-19

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pandemic emphasized just how important home is to our health, safety, and wellbeing. For the more than 104 million people displaced worldwide, a lack of safe shelter and the inability to socially distance leave them particularly vulnerable during this deadly pandemic. Displaced families need our help more than ever before. That’s why ShelterBox faced the challenges of the pandemic head on. We worked even harder, scaling our efforts with our partners around the world to provide vulnerable families with the resources they need to recover after disaster. The global lockdown resulted in border restrictions, impacted supply chains, and economic insecurity, all of which made our vital work more difficult and costly. Despite massive uncertainty, we continued to expand our life-saving effots, and in 2020 ShelterBox provided emergency shelter and supplies to 200,000 people, in 13 countries, through 17 responses. By leveraging our strong relationships with local partners worldwide and drawing down upon our globally prepositioned shelter materials, ShelterBox responded to conflict, SHELTERBOX USA | ANNUAL RE P OR T 2 0 2 0


BOARD OF DIRECTORS KATHERINE FICK, Chair ROB WAVRA, Vice Chair MARLISE SKINNER, Treasurer JAN REED, Secretary GLENN GARRETT MATT GERBER BRUCE HELLER

DR. SAMER JABER STEPHEN MASTERSON ROBERT REID PETER SCOTT STEVEN TONKINSON MAHESH TURAGA JAMES SINCLAIR TAYLOR

STEVE HORAN

drought, flooding, a volcanic eruption, and a global pandemic in 2020. In April 2020, Category 5 Cyclone Harold tore through Vanuatu. ShelterBox adapted quickly and became the only humanitarian aid organization from outside the South Pacific able to respond. By working through partners and Rotary contacts, we delivered shelter and supplies by sea freight from our prepositioned warehouse in Dubai. While we have always specialized in critical household aid items like tents, tarps, tools, blankets, and other essentials, in 2020, we adapted our aid package. We included items that help maintain good hygiene and mitigate the spread of the virus, including soap and wash basins, and personal protective equipment such as face masks, sanitizers, and gloves.

rating and the GuideStar Platinum seal, demonstrating our commitment to effectiveness, efficiency, and transparency. As we celebrate the achievements of the last 20 years and reflect on the unprecedented and challenging year that was 2020, we celebrate you. You make this life-saving work possible. Your generosity is the foundation of our work and we are incredibly grateful for your continuous support. With gratitude,

Kerri Murray President | ShelterBox USA

We also invited health advisors to distribution sites to help educate families on good hygiene practices. Last year also saw the fifth consecutive year of ShelterBox USA receiving Charity Navigator’s Four-Star SHEL T ER B O X U S A | AN N U AL REPO RT 2020

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WHY SHELTERBOX IS NEEDED

There are currently

The majority

The number of people displaced worldwide is

104 MILLION PEOPLE DISPLACED

STRUGGLE TO MEET THEIR BASIC NEEDS FOR FOOD, WATER, AND SHELTER.

HIGHER THAN ANY OTHER TIME IN RECORDED HISTORY.

around the globe.

EVERY MINUTE, 25 PEOPLE ARE FORCIBLY DISPLACED

by violence caused by conflict and crisis situations.

THE IMPORTANCE OF SHELTER

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Shelter is a fundamental human right.

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Good quality shelter is a crucial step of recovery and reconstruction after a disaster.

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Shelter helps keep families, as well as communities, together when they need each other most.

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As the scale and severity of disasters continue to grow, so does our desire to do more to reach families displaced by disaster and conflict situations. ShelterBox responds quickly to assist in the immediate response and early recovery phase to provide basic shelter and essential household supplies to families who have lost everything in an instant. While this work is complex and challenging and doesn’t often make the headlines, it is transformative to the families we serve.

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WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT We prepare

We go further

We are ready to respond when disaster strikes. We preposition aid in locations around the globe, so it is never far from where it is needed.

We make sure no family is forgotten or left behind. As a nimble organization with expertise in emergency response, we can reach the most remote and often overlooked communities devastated by disaster.

We put families first We work with the most vulnerable families, often women and children. We ask communities and families what they most need to support their own recovery after disaster.

We are focused We specialize in providing emergency shelter and the essential tools and materials needed to rebuild homes after a disaster.

We are global We have a robust global network of partners and supporters around the world. As official project partners with Rotary International, Rotarians often connect us with local community leaders.

We adapt We don’t believe that one size fits all. We work hard to understand the impact of each emergency and the need this creates within individual communities.

We return We test and evaluate our impact by talking to, working alongside, and learning from the families we serve to ensure we are providing the right materials and training at the right time.

“ Using the soap I have received, we now wash our hands continuously and keep our social distance from the community.” Bulutna, Ethiopia, 2020

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THE SHELTERBOX The ShelterBox contains emergency shelter and the essential basic household supplies that help create the framework for everyday life. Each green box contains a family-sized tent to protect people from the elements and items like solar lights, water filters, blankets, cook-sets, and more. These items help create a home and provide a safe space for families to recover from the physical and emotional trauma of losing everything to a disaster. Depending on the disaster and needs of the community, we customize the ShelterBox to include warm clothing, hygiene items, mosquito nets, ground mats, and even mattresses– whatever it takes to help people recover from disaster.

Syria , 2020

Vanuatu, 2020

Shelter is the first step in recovery.

Honduras, 2020

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1 Family relief tent

3 Durable plastic box

5 Thermal fleece blanket

7 Water carrier

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2 Cooking set

4 Mosquito net

6 LuminAID solar light

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THE SHELTER KIT Each Shelter Kit is packed with vital hardware, including various hand tools, ropes, fasteners, and heavy-duty tarps. Often supplemented with locally procured corrugated iron or timber, we provide the essential supplies needed to build a shelter, repair damaged buildings and begin to rebuild a home. The tools we provide are versatile and are often repurposed to help clear rubble, tend crops, build furniture, cut firewood, make repairs, and even create livelihoods.

We provide training in the field to help families understand how to use their new equipment.

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Hammer 6

2 Tarpaulins

Pliers 7

3 Shovel

Hand saw 8

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Nails 9

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AS COVID-19 SPREADS, SHELTER SAVES LIVES The three essential components to mitigating the global spread of COVID-19 are: healthcare, hygiene, and shelter. COVID-19 creates a new level of risk for vulnerable families who have lost their homes. Forced to take refuge in crowded camps and makeshift settlements, displaced families who are already vulnerable because of a lack of food, clean water, and underlying health issues are now facing a double crisis. With no ability to socially distance

and little to no access to healthcare facilities, the impact of COVID-19 could be devastating. Though the global pandemic has made our work more challenging, we are committed to providing vulnerable families with a place to call home through this COVID-19 outbreak.

OUR COMMITMENT TO SHELTERING FAMILIES IS STRONGER THAN EVER. In 2020, global travel restrictions, closed borders, and disrupted supply chains made it more difficult and costly for us to undertake our vital work. However, our links with local partners worldwide, combined with our globally prepositioned shelter materials, enabled us to continue to provide shelter to families who had lost their homes in the aftermath of conflict, drought, flooding, and volcanic eruption during COVID-19. 8

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ADAPTING AID AND DISTRIBUTIONS DURING COVID-19 EMERGENCY SHELTER Our tents and Shelter Kits are vital for helping families move out of overcrowded collective centers to more private spaces where they can maintain social distance. Cameroon , 2020

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT We have modified our distribution practices to distribute to smaller groups and have implemented the use of Personal Protective Equipment for our partners. Philippines, 2020

INDIVIDUAL AID ITEMS Distributing individualized aid items such as cooking equipment, sleeping mats, and water filters reduces sharing and close family-to-family contact, limiting the spread of the virus. Vanuatu, 2020

ACCESS TO BETTER HYGIENE We have adapted our aid package to include masks, soap, and hand-washing basins and added education and training materials to improve communities’ understanding of how to mitigate the risks of COVID-19.

Somaliland, 2020

REMOTE TRAINING & MONITORING Unable to send teams into the field, we led training and post-deployment monitoring remotely through local partners. This ensured families understood how to best use the aid and enabled them to provide vital feedback.

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2000

ShelterBox founded by the Rotary Club of Helston-Lizard, Cornwall, United Kingdom.

2001

2002

First deployment after 7.0 magnitude earthquake in Gujarat, India.

ShelterBox USA is formed as a project of the Rotary Club of Lakewood Ranch in Florida.

2003

ShelterBox responds to disasters in Ukraine, Algeria, Iraq, Liberia, Uganda, and Iran.

2004

ShelterBox responds to the Boxing Day / Indian Ocean Tsunami.

20 YEARS OF GLOBAL IMPACT ShelterBox has responded to 100 countries and supported over 1.9 million people since 2000.

HONDURAS

2020 DEPLOYMENTS SOMALILAND Ongoing Severe Drought VANUATU Cyclone Harold PHILIPPINES Super Typhoon Goni, Typhoon Vonfong, Taal Volcano, COVID-19 INDIA Cyclone Amphan HONDURAS Hurricanes Eta and Iota PARAGUAY COVID-19

2010

ShelterBox responds to the 7.0 magnitude earthquake in Haiti, displacing 1.5M people.

TANZANIA Flooding SUDAN Flooding BURKINA FASO Conflict SYRIA Conflict NIGERIA Conflict CAMEROON Conflict ETHIOPIA Conflict

2011

ShelterBox responds to Tohoku earthquake and tsunami, Japan.

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2012

First ShelterBox deployment in response to the Syrian crisis.

PARAGUAY

2013

ShelterBox responds to Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.

2014

ShelterBox responds to Super Typhoon Hagupit, Philippines.

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500,000 PEOPLE SUPPORTED

2005

2006

Hurricane Katrina, Gulf Coast. ShelterBox responds in the USA for the first time.

ShelterBox returns to Kashmir area of Pakistan delivering aid to help families through the winter.

2007

The Duchess of Cornwall becomes the President of ShelterBox.

2008

ShelterBox supports families displaced by conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

2009

Vango creates the iconic white dome Standard Relief Tent and becomes our official aid partner.

SYRIA INDIA BURKINA FASO

SUDAN NIGERIA ETHIOPIA

CAMEROON

SOMALIA / SOMALILAND

PHILIPPINES

TANZANIA VANUATU

2000-2019

2020

2015

2016

ShelterBox responds to Gorkha ShelterBox responds to Cyclone earthquake, Nepal. Shelter Kits Winston, Fiji—the strongest storm and supplies are deployed. recorded in the Southern Hemisphere.

2017

ShelterBox responds to Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.

2018

ShelterBox nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. Earthquake and tsunami in Sulawesi, Indonesia.

2019

ShelterBox responds to Cyclone Idai in Malawi. ShelterBox receives 2nd Nobel Peace Prize nomination.

1 MILLLION PEOPLE SUPPORTED

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2020 RESPONSE BY THE NUMBERS In 2020, you supported a total of

200,000 PEOPLE

40,000 FAMILIES

in 13 COUNTRIES BURKINA FASO, CAMEROON, ETHIOPIA, HONDURAS, INDIA, NIGERIA, PARAGUAY, PHILIPPINES, SOMALILAND, SUDAN, SYRIA, TANZANIA, AND VANUATU

through 17 RESPONSES to

10 DISASTERS and 5 CONFLICTS COVID-19

TROPICAL STORM

FLOODING

DROUGHT

VOLCANIC ERUPTION

CONFLICT

NATURAL DISASTERS: SOMALILAND–ONGOING SEVERE DROUGHT, VANUATU–CYCLONE HAROLD; THE PHILIPPINES–SUPER TYPHOON GONI, TYPHOON VONFONG, TAAL VOLCANO, & COVID-19; INDIA–CYCLONE AMPHAN; HONDURAS–HURRICANES ETA & IOTA; PARAGUAY–COVID-19; TANZANIA–FLOODING; SUDAN–FLOODING CONFLICT RESPONSES: BURKINA FASO, SYRIA (2), NIGERIA, CAMEROON (2), ETHIOPIA

2020

ShelterBox celebrates 20 years, and we continue to respond to disaster amid a global pandemic.

Thank you for 20 years of providing emergency shelter and supplies after disaster. Your support gives hope to families when they need it most.

1.9 MILLION PEOPLE SUPPORTED

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“ The solar light is my favorite item because now I can do anything I need to at night, like cook and go to the bathroom and it is very bright!” BULUTNA

Partner IOM health official teaching Bulutna how to prevent COVID-19.

DEPLOYMENT HIGHLIGHT

ET H I OPIA

C OVID -19 P R EV ENT IO N : BULUTNA 'S ST O R Y Ethiopia is the the fastest growing displacement crisis in the world. Ongoing conflict, drought, flooding, and a locust invasion have displaced more than 1.8 million people. Bulutna and her family have been living in temporary shelter since armed militants attacked their village and they were forced to flee their home. She says she is planning to gradually return her family’s life back to normal, but she is concerned about the recent COVID-19 pandemic. “ I heard about a new virus spreading everywhere, but I didn’t know how it spread or how to prevent it. After the lessons we learned from the health official, my family and are now doing everything we can to try to prevent it.” SHEL T ER B O X U S A | AN N U AL REPO RT 2020

In 2020, ShelterBox delivered critical shelter aid and household items to families like Bulutna’s displaced in the West Guji and Gedeo regions of Ethiopia. We continue to respond with additional aid and shelter as civil unrest builds in the Tigray region.

3, 500

FAMILIES SUPPORTED IN 2020

PARTNERS INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION AID HIGHLIGHT

SOLAR LIGHT

Solar lights provide a family with light after dark to enable them to cook, wash, work, and more.

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This life-saving work was made possible through the generous support of: Latter-day Saint Charities, DEW Foundation, SL Gimbel Foundation Fund, Inland Empire Community Foundation, Crystal Springs Foundation, and other generous supporters of ShelterBox USA.

DEPLOYMENT HIGHLIGHT

SYRIA

The Syrian crisis is the longest response in ShelterBox history. The violent conflict has displaced an estimated 12 million people, and while news of the conflict rarely makes headlines, it rages on with no end in sight. AID HIGHLIGHT

SOAP & HANDWASHING BASIN

A soap and wash basin improves a family’s ability to maintain good hygiene and stay healthy.

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“ The soap is good to clean our hands and stop the spread of the virus.” NADIN

THE THREAT OF COVID-19 In a country already at war, where millions are displaced and living in emergency shelters, with little to no access to sanitation, COVID-19 poses a deadly threat. Mitigations such as widespread lockdowns, social distancing, and enhanced hygiene measures are almost impossible in a fractured country. As the fighting continues, millions of displaced Syrians have escaped to crowded camps with little resources. Living in emergency and makeshift shelters, year after year, they face scorching hot summers and brutally cold winters with frequent flooding. This is why we are committed to continuing our vital work.

99.5%

of recipients in Syria said the soap and wash basins helped them adhere to COVID-19 hygiene practices.

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“ The kit helped us a lot. We used to feel cold and sleep on the ground and stones in the tent. Now, we sleep and sit on the mattress. The blankets are good for keeping warm with our children.” UMM

FLEEING CONFLICT: UMM'S STORY Umm and her family lost their home when a plane bombed their village in Syria. “Two rockets fell next to us. We fled from our house and took refuge in a cave.” They brought only the items they could carry. “We left without anything because I thought we would be back.” Umm and her family would not return home. They now live in a crowded camp in northern Syria, facing the threat of COVID-19. “Life is hard here. The children are always in the tent to prevent them from getting sick.”

In Syria, 91% of people surveyed said the information provided by ShelterBox and other NGOs increased their understanding of COVID-19. To date, ShelterBox has served 400,000 people caught in the Syrian conflict with shelter, aid and household supplies. FAMILIES SUPPORTED IN 2020

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PARTNERS RELIEF AID & BAHAR ORGANIZATION AID HIGHLIGHT

WARM CLOTHING

After their arrival, they received a shelter kit with tarps, tools, and other household materials. Now that Umm’s family has a home with blankets and clothing to keep warm, Umm can focus on the future. Umm and her family are just one of the millions of families who have lost their homes due to the violent conflict in Syria that has lasted more than ten years. SHEL T ER B O X U S A | AN N U AL REPO RT 2020

In winter, cozy baby onesies and coats help keep children warm from freezing temperatures.

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DEPLOYMENT HIGHLIGHT

PH I LI PPIN E S

In addition to being one of the countries most affected by COVID-19 in South-East Asia, the Philippines has seen a succession of natural disasters in 2020.

In April 2020, ShelterBox supplied shelter materials to the Eversley Sanitarium, a public hospital in Cebu, to create extra space to treat patients affected by COVID-19.

TYPHOON VONGFONG: ALEJANDRO'S STORY Alejandro lives with his wife Jennifer and their 3-year-old daughter Keth in the Philippines’ Eastern Samar region. The night Typhoon Vongfong hit, Alejandro and his family endured the torrential rain, winds, and chest-level water to escape to safety, taking refuge at Barangay Hall. “Our house was completely destroyed. We lost everything inside.” With ShelterBox aid, the couple repaired their home and rebuilt their lives. With their family safely housed, Alejandro and Jennifer were able to focus on their future, and now run a a sari-sari store from the back of their home. Typhoon Vongfong hit in May 2020 and affected nearly half a million people. ShelterBox quickly responded distributing tarps, rope, and other household items to help 998 families rebuild their homes giving them a safe space to protect themselves from COVID-19.

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Now I can concentrate on work, not worrying about the security and comfort of my family. We have our privacy, and our daughter smiles more often because we have a new house.”

This life-saving work was made possible through the generosity of anonymous supporters of ShelterBox USA.

ALEJANDRO

RESPONDING DURING COVID-19 In January 2020, the Taal Volcano erupted, forcing thousands of families to flee their homes into crowded evacuation centers, increasing the potential spread of COVID-19. We supported 1,937 families with shelter materials and household items to increase space for families and reduce the spread of COVID-19. In November 2020, Super Typhoon Goni, the most powerful storm to hit the Philippines since Super Typhoon Haiyan in 2013, ripped through the region south of Manila, destroying 30,000 homes. Two weeks later, Typhoon Vamco brought more devastation. We supported 5,176 families in the worst-hit regions with shelter materials. Since 2004, ShelterBox has responded 31 times in the Philippines: 22 typhoons, 2 floods, 2 conflicts, 3 earthquakes, 2 pandemic responses. Rotary has assisted us on every single deployment since 2004. SHEL T ER B O X U S A | AN N U AL REPO RT 2020

95% FAMILIES SUPPORTED IN 2020

of recipients in the Philippines said the ShelterBox aid allowed them to adhere to COVID-19 social distancing measures.

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SHELTER KIT WITH TARPS

Tarps and tools help a family repair and expand their home to safely social distance.

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“ Because you gave us tools and supplies, we were able to rebuild our houses. Now that the houses are finished, we can work in our gardens. Thank you to those that have saved us.” SHELLEY

This life-saving work was made possible through the generous support of Latter-day Saint Charities, and anonymous supporters of ShelterBox USA.

DEPLOYMENT HIGHLIGHT

V A N U ATU

In April this year, Vanuatu was hit by Category 5 Cyclone Harold. The storm destroyed thousands of homes, damaged food crops and infrastructure, and caused widespread power outages.

REBUILDING HOME: SHELLEY'S STORY Category 5 Cyclone Harold made landfall in April, devastating the island of Vanuatu. Shelley, her children, and their neighbors sheltered together in her home as the storm raged—its powerful winds eventually tearing the roof from her home. The next day, they emerged to find nothing but debris scattered where their homes once stood. Shelley’s was one of 4,365 families who received a Shelter Kit with the essential tools and equipment needed to make home repairs and build a basic shelter. With ShelterBox's support, Shelley and her neighbors rebuilt their homes, community, and gardens.

Shelley and her child, 2020TOOLS

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94%

of families in Vanuatu said that ShelterBox aid enabled them to leave communal shelter and return to their original homes.

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ShelterBox was the only humanitarian aid organization from outside the South Pacific able to respond during the global pandemic.

ShelterBox adapted to COVID-19 travel restrictions by conducting remote assessments through local partners and Rotary contacts. We delivered shelter and supplies to Vanuatu by sea freight from our prepositioned warehouse in Dubai. FAMILIES SUPPORTED IN 2020

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PARTNERS

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AID HIGHLIGHT

TOOLS

The versatile tools we provide can help with everything from clearing rubble to building shelters, furniture, and even tending crops.

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" I collected a tent, blankets, solar lamps, bucket, water carriers and much more. The other items helped me a lot in keeping water, covering the children, and lighting the house at night.” FANNE DEPLOYMENT HIGHLIGHT

C A ME R OON

Thousand of families fleeing violence and economic instability in Nigeria and Cameroon have escaped to Far North Cameroon to access protection and humanitarian aid.

SHELTER FOR MINAWAO CAMP After Boko Haram attacked her village and destroyed her home, 30-year-old Fanne fled with her children to Minawao Refugee Camp in Cameroon. Initially designed to meet the needs of 30,000 people, Minawao Refugee Camp has swollen to 67,000 people in residence, with new arrivals each day. Life has improved significantly for Fanne and her family since receiving ShelterBox aid in June 2020. They've moved out of the crowded collective center into their new home where they are safe and socially distanced. To date, ShelterBox has provided shelter and essential aid to nearly 8,000 families in Cameroon.

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of aid recipients in Cameroon said they were also using the tools they were given for fieldwork.

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" My new home is important to me because it is the only place where I can rest and feel safe. My best possession is the pot I use for cooking. I will keep it preciously.” KALTOUMI

A SAFE PLACE TO CALL HOME FOR KALTOUMI When violent extremist group Boko Haram attacked Kaltoumi’s village, they killed her husband and kidnapped her nine-year-old son. Widowed and with ten children in her care, she fled her home in search of safety. They traveled for more than three days before arriving at Zamalva in Cameroon, where living conditions were crowded and put her family at risk of contracting COVID-19.

This life-saving work was made possible through the generous support of Latter-day Saint Charities, and anonymous supporters of ShelterBox USA.

As the sole provider of tents to new arrivals in Minawao Refugee Camp, ShelterBox will continue to do everything we can to provide those in need of a new home with life-saving emergency shelter and basic supplies. FAMILIES SUPPORTED IN 2020

3,745

PARTNER

IEDA RELIEF

AID HIGHLIGHT

SHELTERBOX TENT

ShelterBox equipped Kaltoumi with two Shelter Kits, solar lamps, kitchen sets, ground mats, blankets, and water filters. Now, she has a private home to keep her family safe from COVID-19."The shelter I received allows me to keep my children at home and avoid those crowded places.” Kaltoumi is excited to start her own business, selling food she grows to pay for her children to go to school.

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A ShelterBox tent helps a family move out of collective centers and allows them to isolate.

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“ The water filter is one of the most valuable items we received, especially in the rainy season. We really appreciate being able to drink clean and safe water.” HINDA

This life-saving work was made possible through the generous support of Latter-day Saint Charities.

DEPLOYMENT HIGHLIGHT

S O MALILAN D

Severe drought has affected almost 1 million people since November 2016. Many are pastoralists and have lost their herds and livelihoods. FAMILIES SUPPORTED IN 2020

1,800

PARTNER

ACTIONAID

AID HIGHLIGHT

WATER FILTER & CARRIER

SURVIVING DROUGHT: HINDA'S STORY When the village where Hinda and her five children lived and raised livestock no longer had enough water for her family or herd to survive, Hinda was forced to leave everything behind. She and her family made the difficult journey by foot to a camp for internally displaced people.

STATS:

At the camp, Hinda and her family built a hut made of old clothes and plastic materials. They had little clean water to drink.

Hinda's was one of 1,800 families who received In 2020,ShelterBox we provided an aid tarps, rope, tarps andpackage rope to of build more secure blankets, sleeping mats, mosquito nets, water carriers, shelter. They also received other household items carry sacks and kitchen sets, soap, and including a kitchen set,washbasins, blankets, ground mats, A water filter and carrier enables water jugs to 4,600 displaced families. mosquito nets and water carriers. “Now I am very a family to purify and store clean drinking water happy. These tarps will cover the roof of our house.” to help prevent disease.

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DEPLOYMENT HIGHLIGHT

IN D I A

In May, Category 5 Cyclone Amphan became the world’s largest single displacement event in the first half of 2020, destroying 1.7 million homes. FAMILIES SUPPORTED IN 2020

1,400

PARTNER

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY INDIA

AID HIGHLIGHT

STAINLESS STEEL COOKSET

A cookset reduces sharing between families, mitigating the risk of spreading COVID-19.

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" A home is important to everyone. No matter who it is, all of us need a roof over our heads.” POOJA

THE IMPORTANCE OF HOME For 22-year-old Pooja, sharing her home with all 10 members of her family, from her 4-year-old daughter to her 60-year-old father-in-law, means everything. “The fact that we all live together is the thing I love most about my home.” Their house, made from mud, bamboo fencing and thin metal sheeting for the roof, was severely damaged by devastating winds and flooding and only the things that Pooja had wrapped in plastic survived. ShelterBox was quick to respond, supplying families like Pooja’s with tarps, tools and essential aid, enabling them to rebuild their home stronger than before. Without the ShelterBox aid items, this would have been nearly impossible as COVID-19 and lockdown made buying items difficult. Now Pooja and her family can settle back into everyday life, spending time together.

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STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2020

ASSETS $3,635,173

Cash

$19,878

Pledges receivable Other receivables

$758

Prepaid expenses

$72,637

Property and equipment

$13,453

TOTAL ASSETS

$3,741,899

LIABILITIES Accounts payable & accrued expenses

$389,016

Deferred revenue

TOTAL LIABILITIES

$389,016

NET ASSETS Net assets, unrestricted

$1,199,992

Net assets, unrestricted, board designated

$1,282,363

Net assets, restricted—time and purpose

$870,528

TOTAL NET ASSETS

$3,352,883

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

$3,741,899

GIVING BY CONSTITUENT TYPE 53 % INDIVIDUALS 36% FOUNDATIONS 8% ROTARY 2% CORPORATIONS 1% OTHER 24 2020 FINANCIALS

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STATEMENT OF ACTIVITY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2020

SUPPORT & REVENUES, UNRESTRICTED Contributions, unrestricted Contributions, in-kind Interest income, net Other income

$2,968,137

ALLOCATION OF EXPENSES

$60,000 $1,219 $200,495

Contributions, releases from restrictions

$6,153, 564

TOTAL SUPPORT & REVENUES, UNRESTRICTED

$9,383,415

EXPENSES Program services

$7,682,896

Management and general

$731,171

Fundraising

$842,766

TOTAL EXPENSES Change in net assets, unrestricted

$9,256,833 $126,582

SUPPORT & REVENUES, UNRESTRICTED Contributions

$6,924,092

Releases from restrictions

$6,153,564

CHANGE IN NET ASSETS, RESTRICTED

$770,528

PROGRAM SERVICES

NET ASSETS Change in net assets

$897,110

Net assets, beginning of year

$2,455,773

NET ASSETS, END OF YEAR

$3,352,883

83%

FUNDRAISING

9%

MANAGEMENT & GENERAL

8%

We are fully audited every year by external auditors and our accounts are submitted annually to Charity Navigator and GuideStar. SHEL T ER B O X U S A | AN N U AL REPO RT 2020

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YEAR OVER YEAR REVENUE AND EXPENSES

TOTAL SUPPORT & REVENUE

% 6 . 1 +1

TOTAL DIRECTED TOWARDS PROGRAM SERVICES

$9.4 M

$8.6 M

$6.1 M $5.5 M

$3.9 M

$6.9 M

10 M

8 M

$7.7 M 6 M

$4.8 M 4 M

$4.6 M

$3.4 M 2 M

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

0

Somaliland, 2020

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FINANCIAL TRANSPARENCY

CHARITY NAVIGATOR RATING

YEAR 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

IN 2020, AMID THE GLOBAL COVID-19 PANDEMIC, WE RAISED

ShelterBox USA is the recipient of Charity Navigator’s “4-Star” rating for financial health, accountability, and transparency and is a GuideStar Platinum Participant, committed to donor transparency and financial and operational efficiency.

$9.4 M

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TO SHELTER FAMILIES DISPLACED AFTER DISASTER AND CONFLICT, AND PROTECT AGAINST COVID-19.

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PARTNERS IN ACTION Each year, Rotary helps us to go further, support more people, and access areas that would otherwise be impossible to reach.

The conflict in Burkina Faso began in 2015. It is one of Africa's fastest-growing displacement crises leaving more than 900,000 people in critical need of shelter. Earlier this year, heavy rains caused flooding affecting several camps. Families are once again displaced and now face the danger of contracting COVID-19.

Governor of District 9101, West Africa, Rotary provided us with a driver and translator as well as other logistical support in-country. “ We are pleased that ShelterBox is in Burkina Faso to help our people. ShelterBox is most welcome and we look forward to seeing how we can work together like we did in 2009." Lancina Pare, Past President of Rotary Club, Ouagadougou Crystal With Rotary support, ShelterBox provided 1,200 families with Shelter Kits and household items.

Working with Lancina Pare, Past President of Rotary Club Ouagadougou Crystal, and Simon Kafando, Past District

.

NONGOMA'S STORY 34-year-old Nongoma lost her husband, home, and livelihood when Boko Haram attacked her village. With the Shelter Kit she received, she was able to rebuild a home for her family. "With the help of ShelterBox and these new, beautiful tarps we are well housed.”

20 YEARS OF PARTNERSHIP WITH ROTARY

2000 ShelterBox founded in Cornwall UK by the Rotary Club of Helston-Lizard.

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ShelterBox is a registered charity independent of Rotary International and the Rotary Foundation.

2002 ShelterBox USA is formed as a project of the Rotary Club of Lakewood Ranch.

2007 500K people supported with the help of Rotarians.

2012 ShelterBox becomes Rotary International’s official project partner in Disaster Relief.

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IEDA Relief Team in Cameroon carrying out training on the UN Family Tent.

ROTARY HELPS US TO GO FURTHER, SUPPORT MORE PEOPLE, AND ACCESS AREAS THAT WOULD OTHERWISE BE IMPOSSIBLE TO REACH.

ROTARY IS IN THE DNA OF EVERY SHELTERBOX RESPONSE

This life-saving work was made possible through the generous support of Latter-day Saint Charities and the generosity of anonymous supporters of ShelterBox USA.

ShelterBox is Rotary International’s only project partner in disaster response. A cornerstone partnership, Rotary provides deep, local knowledge and community connections that enable ShelterBox to move faster and more safely to identify the most vulnerable and in-need families. Rotarians across the world provide instrumental support to ShelterBox from raising funds to assisting on the ground. This work would not be possible without the continued support of Rotary.

2013 ShelterBox responds to Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines with the help of local Rotarians.

2015 1M people supported. ShelterBox responds to the Nepal earthquake through local Rotarians.

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" The partnership between Rotary and ShelterBox provides a place of refuge for vulnerable people to stay as healthy as possible. As emergency shelter experts, ShelterBox has a vitally important part to play in the global response to COVID-19." John Hewko, General Secretary, Rotary International

" With a global pandemic, environmental and sustainability challenges, a world refugee crisis and global inequalities, the world needs Rotary and ShelterBox now more than ever." Holger Knaack, President 2020/21, Rotary International

2018 ShelterBox Operations Philippines is established.

2019 ShelterBox and Rotary International renew partnership agreement.

2020 1.9M people supported. ShelterBox response in Ethiopia helps 4,600 families.

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T HSEH E SL HTEELRTB EO RB XO X

A MB AS S ADORS

ShelterBox Ambassadors Lora Helmer and Reis Pearson

Ambassadors are the face of ShelterBox USA in their community and aim to raise awareness and funds for our life-saving work. Ambassadors bring our work to life by speaking at events or giving presentations. They build relationships with local organizations, community groups and schools, encouraging them to support ShelterBox. Whether ShelterBox Ambassadors are making presentations, hosting events, or simply telling friends about ShelterBox, these volunteers are the heart of our organization.

ShelterBox Ambassadors Tom and Marie Grant † † accept donation to ShelterBox during COVID-19 pandemic

ShelterBox Ambassador presents virtually to the Encinitas Rotary Club, 2020

Interested in becoming a ShelterBox Ambassador? Learn more at ShelterBoxUSA.org/ambassador

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SHELTERBOX

R E S P O NS E TE AM

SRT member Bill Woodard † delivers aid, Fiji, 2016

ShelterBox delivers aid worldwide, including difficult-to-reach areas, with the help of an amazing group of dedicated and highly trained volunteers that make up the ShelterBox Response Team (SRT). ShelterBox Response Team member Ned Morris with aid recipients in Paraguay, 2020

ShelterBox Response Team member Yi Shun Lai with aid recipient, 2020

ShelterBox recruits volunteers who can commit long-term, who are available for a period of at least five years, and who deploy twice each year for up to three weeks at a time. The selection process is highly competitive with 1 in 30 applicants making it through the training. The role is mentally and physically demanding.

Learn more about the SRT and how to apply to join this elite group by visiting ShelterBoxUSA.org/SRT SHEL T ER B O X U S A | AN N U AL REPO RT 2020

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SHELTERBOX

VO L U N T E E RS Thank you to our volunteers who go above and beyond to help families who have lost so much. We salute you! Our volunteers share our vision for a world where no family is without shelter after disaster. Our volunteers support us in making this a reality. Their support comes in many forms, including fundraising, volunteering and helping deliver our aid to the people who need it most. Whatever skills, knowledge or spare time you have, you can play a vital part in this process. All we need is your passion. Interested in improving the lives of displaced families?

Learn more about becoming a ShelterBox volunteer at ShelterBoxUSA.org/volunteer

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Yardi volunteers at our Evening to Experience ShelterBox event 2019

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

AMBASSADOR Engage and activate across every level—fundraising, awareness and action.

CHANGEMAKER Organize a fundraiser and make a difference.

INFUENCER

CLUB CHAMPION

Use your voice to amplify ShelterBox's message and mission.

Share ShelterBox's message with your Rotary Club.

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SHELTERBOX SPOTLIGHT CELEBRATING 20 YEARSTO E P E R I E14,N2020 C E ShelterBox S H E L Tcelebrated ERBOX OnXFebruary 20 years of providing life-saving shelter to families displaced by disaster by recognizing the volunteers who have made it possible. ShelterBox USA President, Kerri Murray, along with ShelterBox Staff, Board of Directors, Response Team members, and Ambassadors from around the country gathered to celebrate the accomplishments of the organization.

BUILDING PEACE ShelterBox is honored to have been nominated for the 2018 and 2019 Nobel Peace Prize for our work to keep families together during a time of unprecedented displacement.

VIRTUAL EVENT: AN EVENING TO EXPERIENCE SHELTERBOX On November 12, 2020, ShelterBox USA hosted our first ever virtual benefit! Hundreds of supporters joined us from the comfort and safety of their homes to celebrate 20 years of ShelterBox, pledging over $300,000 for our life-saving work. 33 SHEL T ER B O X U S A | AN N U AL REPO RT 2020

The nominations were in recognition of our humanitarian efforts to help families caught in some of the world’s most extreme conflicts. This nomination would not have been possible without the dedication and generosity of our supporters, volunteers and partners worldwide. Thank you.

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MAKING A DIFFERENCE DURING A GLOBAL PANDEMIC

1

MISSION

58

Brittney's 'Fourteeners 'Project Brittney Woodrum, ShelterBox Ambassador and Rotary Peace Fellow Candidate, reached new heights by carrying a ShelterBox farther than anyone before her. In an astonishing feat, Brittney successfully climbed all 58 of Colorado's 14,000 ft peaks with one of our iconic aid boxes on her back. This is the equivalent of climbing up and down Mt. Everest eight times! When asked why she took this project on, Brittney shared:

“ No one should have to worry about where their shelter will come from, and that’s why I was really struck by ShelterBox’s mission.”

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MOUNTAINS

540

MILES

232,300

FT OF ELEVATION

$96,000+

RAISED FOR SHELTERBOX USA

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Peru, 2017

Brazil, 2010

SELL A HOUSE, GIVE A HOME Real Estate Professionals Making a Difference As a member of ShelterBox’s Give a Home program, you can inspire your real estate clients and give them a sense of purpose each time they use your services by donating the cost of a home for each home sold. With each donation to ShelterBox you will provide emergency shelter and life-saving supplies to families who have lost their homes and belongings to disaster or conflict.

LEGACY SOCIETY A planned gift will help ShelterBox build toward a future where no family is left without shelter. Your thoughtful and generous support enables us to build up supplies and prepare for catastrophes, whatever the scale. Leaving a planned gift can help you give more to the ongoing work of ShelterBox than you may have thought possible—providing continued support long after your lifetime.

Thank you to our Legacy Society members:

All members receive recognition on our Give a Home members web page and exclusive updates on the operations of ShelterBox.

Bill & Julie Decker Sheryl Gold Lora Helmer Derek & Diane Locke Sandra & Keith Martin Jim & Rhonda McNett Eric Reise Bill & Sherie Tobin Kelly Wike

OUR 2020 GIVE A HOME MEMBERS: GIVE A HOME— Fox Group Real Estate, Emilee Collins, The Hotimsky Family REPAIR A HOME—Erik Elsea PROVIDE A SHELTER—Mark Midyett, Troy Hoidal

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Become a member of ShelterBox's Legacy Program. Learn more at ShelterBoxUSA.org/legacy

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VOLUNTEER FUNDRAISERS $400,000+ Jim Carriere $300,000+ Wayne Chiles Mark & Sue Dyer Donna Gulley James Pickett † Allan Syphers Louis Turpin Jack Young $200,000+ Nancy & Jack Faddegon Tom & Marie Grant †† Pete Griffith Dick Isackson Greg Krauska Larry Palant David Wolcott Bill Woodard † $100,000+ David Addor Bill Ballou Tom Deuson Nancy Dodge Erik Elsea Katherine Fick Mike Freeman Brian Glenn Bruce Heller John Keane Susan Klock Yi Shun Lai Jeff Lichty & Mary Sloan Mark Midyett Jim Miller (NC) Mike Mira Len Nemeroff Gary Olsen Eric Reise Wayne Robinson Ross Spencer Marshall Stanton Steven Tonkinson

Greg Vik Kieran Walsh Kelly Wike $75,000+ Edward Bell Bill Decker Parker Emerson Ken & Rhonda Kaplan Dave Nichols Brittney Woodrum $50,000+ Jeanette Bullock Malcolm & Peggy Carlaw Dan Christianson Rich Comins Jeff & Lisa Deatherage Lora Helmer Derek Locke Linda Mayger Ned Morris George Morrison Tim & Melinda Osburn Pamela Pine Dale Rubinkam James Yeats $25,000+ James Bacca Holly Battocchi-Anderson Margaret Blaurock Wally Brown Wes Clanton Linda Cook Bill DiBiasio John Freeman Steve Gibson Mitone Griffiths Glenn Harris Michael Hendon & Tricia Sharp Steve Horan Gerald Iwerks Donald Jorgensen Laura Kerckhoff

Thank you to our volunteers who raise money for ShelterBox’s humanitarian work. Their lifetime fundraising amounts are listed below. Kim Kim Trannie Lacquey Thomas Lloyd Reese Mates Douglas Maurer Theresa Mohan Mukund Nori Reis Pearson Martin Postma Jan Reed Jim Samuelson Marlise Skinner Frank Spears Kathryn Sweeney Henry Tur Bill Tuszynski Marilyn Young Skogland $15,000+ Bonnie Boyle Gavin Craddock Bruce Dearnley Gary Friedman Matt Gerber Steve Goble Dave Hall Thomas & Mary Hodson Judy Hutcherson Michael Kruse Steve Lakner Tammi Mayfield Larry Stenger Rob Wavra Roland Weimer Andrew Yu $10,000+ Gary Abbey Liz Anderson David Borgen Ann Crandall Ron Darrah Phil Gillespie Mary Gordon Jessica Gutzwiler Anthony Hansen

Jay Hislop Van Joffrion Ron LaDucer & Jean Hanham Ryan Lampasona Jim Miller (OR) Jeannine Murrell & Pamelajean Myers Chip Muston Malcolm Peterson Lawrence Petrash Susan Phelps Jerry Picaman Robert Reid Rich Ridenour Mike Robinson Ryan Schaafsma Andy Stewart Stan & Debbie Wall $5,000+ Frank Bales Meghan Camp Jim Coleman Keith Einstein Ryder Evans Andres Goyanes Barbara Hickman Frances Jeffries David Jessich Selean Koury Steven Lease Rob Lucke John Marshall Timothy McCully Steve Morreale Maria Peterson Michael Pugh Eric Schalla Peter Scott Skip Sockell Martin Thompson Don Utz Lee & Catherine Varra-Nelson Steven Wagenseil

$2,500+ Chris Alexander Scott & Amy Alford Brad Bixler Dean Caldwell Elaine Chan Tim Connelly Herman Dixon Alicia Elkins Penny Gee Alexandra Goodale Michael Grant Leslie Irish Evans Michael Lee Josh Mohr & Kara Lapso Carol Pipitone Ted Pleibel Stephen Savrann Andrea Shields Carol Williams $1,000+ Janie Borsh-Symons Elsa Cade Robert Conklin Paul Daniels David Eby Amanda Eyer Debra Fantz Phil Faris Russell Fericks Todd Finklestone Bruce Fogelberg Michael Howe Stephen Masterson Jim McDonald & Chelsea Robertson Kyle McGrath Ryan Mielcarek Lawrence Mitchell Becki Saltzman Fernando Vieira Stan Vlademar Jack Werner

" Never, never give up or underestimate the message that you might have delivered. The love for ShelterBox's mission is infectious." TOM GRANT † 36 OUR DEDICATED SUPPORTERS

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FUNDRAISING HALL OF FAME The Hall of Fame welcomes and recognizes the following individuals

to our esteemed group of volunteers who have raised over $100,000 to support the mission of ShelterBox: Greg Vik Kieran Walsh David Wolcott

EXISTING MEMBERS

David Addor Bill Ballou Jim Carriere Wayne Chiles Tom Deuson Nancy Dodge Mark & Sue Dyer Erik Elsea Nancy & Jack Faddegon Katherine Fick Mike Freeman Brian Glenn Tom & Marie Grant † †

Pete Griffith Donna Gulley Bruce Heller Dick Isackson John Keane Susan Klock Greg Krauska Yi Shun Lai Lai Jeff Lichty & Mary Sloan Mark Midyett Jim Miller Mike Mira Alan Monroe

Len Nemeroff Gary Olsen Larry Palant James Pickett † Eric Reise Wayne Robinson Ross Spencer Marshall Stanton Allan Syphers Steven Tonkinson Louis Turpin Kelly Wike Bill Woodard † Jack Young

2020 IN MEMORIAM Tom and Marie Grant Tom and Marie Grant dedicated more than 4,000 volunteer hours, travelling to over 80 Rotary Clubs, to raise awareness and financial support for ShelterBox. Their tireless volunteer efforts enabled the recovery of thousands of families across the globe. Tom and Marie received seven President's Volunteer Service Awards, Ambassador Couple of the Year Award, achieved Hall of Fame Status, and a Lifetime Achievement Award from ShelterBox in Las Vegas last year. They will be greatly missed. SHEL T ER B O X U S A | AN N U AL REPO RT 2020

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SHELTER CIRCLE Major Donors and Family Foundations Shelter Circle members are a committed group of ShelterBox supporters who give annually and understand our work is continuous. Their core support provides emergency shelter to families right when they need it most. MARQUEE / $1,000,000+ LIFETIME Anonymous Crystal Springs Foundation

ALTRUIST / $250,000+ Anonymous

PIONEER / $50,000+ Anonymous Patricia Mitchell

VISIONARY / $100,000+ DEW Foundation

INNOVATOR / $25,000+ Anonymous Charina Endowment Fund, Inc. Errol & Sonja Eernisse Mey Share Foundation, Inc.

SUSTAINER / $10,000+ Anonymous (2) Peter Bauer Michael & Debra Binns Maxine Bromfield Gary & Anna Burke Lois Diess

Matt Gerber Martin & Kerrilee Gore Jeffrey & Cindy Harger Bruce & Cindy Heller Rosemary & Dennis Hullinger William Jacobs

Kemmerer Family Foundation, Inc. The Kirby-Jones Foundation Linden Family Foundation Kathryn & Tim Mahaffy Andrew Morse William O'Malley

Judy Pigott Jan & Phillip Reed Mary Smith The Tonkinson Foundation Eaton Vance Musa Wolcott

Jay & Ann Davis Ezekiel & Angela Dumke Sharen Dyer Thomas Eglin Gordon & Beverly Elliott Katherine Fick Brian Fox Nicholas & Pam Hackett Mary Ann Hamill Lynn Hunt Philip & Diana Hunter

Mary Inskeep Jane Jenkins Jane Kinghorn Kristen Klingbeil-Weis & Karl Weis John & Vivian Knepper Margaret Leydic-Boyd Frances Marton Linda Mayger Meryl Moran Judith & J. Bill Moschetti Michael & Anne Murtagh Ellen Posel

Frances Posel Jeffrey & Amy Rhoads Paul Rothman Mary Sheehan Marlise Skinner Lotte Sonnenschein David Stern Nathan & Ruth Talbot Rob Wavra Joel & Amanda Winterton Edward & Willa Wolcott David Wolcott

Lois Ganzi Jeffrey Gower Steve & Heather Horan Steven & Nancy Kassel Christina Kennedy & John Sorteberg Charles & Sandra Koenig Stan and Betty Krehbiel Family Foundation Michael Kress Karen Lehrer & Steve Sherwin Beverly Len Jeff Lichty & Mary Sloan

John & Carol Loidhammer Lonna Lysne Marie & Robert McInnes Eileen & James McVey Bill & M.L. Medina Mary Kay Melton Mark & Linda Midyett Thomas & Debra Milinovich James & Donna Miller Larry & Carole Morgan Thomas & Elizabeth O'Connor Cornelis & Coby Pieterman Sandra & John Reschovsky

Richard & Karen Robinson Peter Scott Diane Shock Steven Smith Mary Stewart Kathryn & William Sweeney Tammy Tobin Bill & Sherie Tobin The Walker-Silverman Family The Adele A & Harold J Westbrook Foundation, Inc.

CHAMPION / $5,000+ Anonymous Warren Aldrich Marcia Bansley Steven & Delores Basile Jane Beeghly Rajeev Bhaman Daniel Bobrow Victor Bucher Tom & Katy Burns Judith Colglaizer Deborah Dalby SUPPORTER / $2,500+ Mary Jo & Fred Armbrust Penelope Attwell Joan & Kent Bohls Crystal Bond Hayden Boyd Joan & David Brausch Brillo-Sonnino Family Foundation Vincent & Gwendolyn Bush Jim & Nancy Carriere Betsy Cole Dr. Baldemar & Susan Covarrubias Erhart Family Rami Fakhouri

Step inside Join at ShelterBoxUSA.org/ShelterCircle

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FOUND A T I O N & O R G A N IZA TIO N A L G IV IN G Thank you to our major donors who support the work of ShelterBox.

$2,000,000+ Latter-Day Saint Charities

$250,000+ Inland Empire Community Foundation

$50,000+ Level 5 Interactive QAD Inc.

$25,000+ Audley Travel BD Corporation Rotary Club of Birmingham Rotary Club of Saucon Center Valley Yardi Systems Inc.

$10,000+ Karen Ramus Berg Productions, Inc. DBA Lane County Home Shows Cobb Foundation The Community Foundation of Sarasota

General Reinsurance Corporation GQG Partners Mimecast Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

Paramount Pictures The Patterson Foundation Rotary Club of Barrington Breakfast Snyder Charitable Foundation

$5,000+ Apple Matching Gifts Program IR + M Microsoft Matching Gifts Program New Energy Works of Rochester, Inc. Offerdahl Family Foundation Rotary Club of Ashland Lithia Springs Rotary Club of Beverly Hills Rotary Club of Casper Rotary Club of Cleburne

Rotary Club of Coral Gables Rotary Club of Denton Lake Cities Rotary Club of East Bremerton Rotary Club of Fort Collins Breakfast Rotary Club of Glenwood Springs Sunset Rotary Club of Lake Orion Sunrise Rotary Club of Lakewood Ranch Rotary Club of McKinney Sunrise Rotary Club of Mid-Bay

Rotary Club of Murfreesboro Breakfast Rotary Club of Portland Rotary Club of San Rafael Harbor Rotary Club of Sequim Sunrise Rotary Club of South San Francisco Rotary Club of Statesboro Standard Insurance Company Tao Jones Charitable Foundation The Shirley and Stuart Speyer Family Fund

Rotary Club of Champaign West Rotary Club of Chestnut Hill Rotary Club of Coquille Rotary Club of Durango High Noon Rotary Club of Edina Rotary Club of Glen Ellyn Rotary Club of Glenwood Springs Rotary Club of Jacksonville-Applegate Rotary Club of Jonesboro Rotary Club of Lake Hickory Rotary Club of Lewis River Rotary Club of Libertyville Sunrise Rotary Club of Madison Rotary Club of Montoursville Rotary Club of Morgan Hill Rotary Club of Northbrook Rotary Club of Peoria Rotary Club of Peoria North Rotary Club of Petaluma

Rotary Club of Petersburg Rotary Club of Plano West Rotary Club of Pleasanton North Rotary Club of Prescott Frontier Rotary Club of Pullman Rotary Club of Rogue Gateway (Grants Pass) Rotary Club of San Juan Islands Rotary Club of Shelton Skookum Rotary Club of Summit County Rotary Club of The Villages Rotary Club of the Villages Noon Rotary Club of Upper Main Line Rotary Club of Vienna Rotary Club of Vineland Rotary Club of Willow Grove The Strive Group Unity Christ Church

$2,500+ Anchor QEA LLC BMW CJM Wealth Advisers, Ltd. ConocoPhillips Company IBM Employee Services Center Rotary District 5010 Rotary District 6060 Rotaract Club of Southern Oregon University Rotary Club of Allentown West Rotary Club of Auburn Rotary Club of Battle Ground Rotary Club of Broadmoor Rotary Club of Camas-Washougal * All contributions are from January 1–December 31, 2020.

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SHELTERBOX BUILDERS ShelterBox Builders are a dedicated group of supporters committed to making a difference every single month. Their commitment to a sustaining gift as a monthly donor enables ShelterBox to plan and prepare so we are ready when the next disaster strikes.

Jodi Abel David Addor Elizabeth Anderson Gail Anderson Anonymous Laura Audus Carrie Baptista Cynthia & Mark Barasz Michael Barnard Ronald Bass Kathryn Bauchelle Shelly Beard Charles Beardsley Katherine Bertolucci Diana Black Lane & Margaret Bloebaum Nancy & Randy Bluestein-Johnson Robert & Camille Born Nancy Brown Terren Brown April Cain Juan Calle Peggy & Malcolm Carlaw Elsa Carpenter Jim & Nancy Carriere Dr. Barb Carroll Mark Carroll Cassandra Carter Lilian Carter Kim Cartlidge Patricia Cashin Riksene Cavanaugh John Chesen Jill & Matt Chessé

Nari Chong Wesley Clanton Pamela Coffie Emilee Collins Reatha Compton Robert Conklin David Connelley Lisa Cooper-Keil Jady Copeland Beth Coyle Patricia Curran Michael & Jo Ann Cutler Michael Czajka Kathleen Dahl Jeff Dahmer Deborah Dalby Debbie Daugherty Susan & Frank Davis Arthur Deardorff Cindy Deichmann Melanie Deville Katherine & Bruce DeYoung Patricia Dimas Martha Diss Sundby Dr. Nancy H. Dodge Kirk & Mikki Doerger Dennis Doyle Xuan Duong David Durdan Karen Englander Leon Enneking Mary Fava Alice & Paul Fehlau Leigh Felletter Barbara Fitzpatrick

Melanie & Scott Florence Hayden Foley Douglas & Vicky Forte Greg & Suzzanne Franz David Futcher Ray Galloni Cory Garren Paul Gerten Cynthia Gibbons Casey Giglio Martin & Kerrilee Gore Mary Goyette Tom & Marie Grant † † Barbara & Steven Green M. Sue Greer Evelyn Gross Robert Gump Jessica Gutzwiler Katherine Haenszel Dennis Hall Kristopher Halverson Anthony Hansen Leslie Hansen Chad Heese Matthew Heil David & Sharon Heitzman Gwen Hensley Elizabeth Hiltscher Traci Hoekstra Beth Holland Stacy Holybee Cynthia Hosick Shelley Hostetler Anne Hulslander Don Huynh Kathleen Irvin

Sally Jenkins Karen Jordan Roberta Kane John & Jenifer Keane Louis & Lynda Keller Richard Keller Sunny Kellerman Serena Kelsch Geoffrey & Pat Kennedy Justin Kiang Mark King Jean Kinkead Susan & John Kowalski John Kramb Gabriel Lamb Jamie Lamb Jeanne Lange Margaret Leaman David Lennert Jean Lewis Patricia Lock Helen Logan & Tom Ledwith Cynthia Lomenick Ed Looney Sophia Lopez Sal & Peggy Lucido Robin Lutjohann Elizabeth Lynch Stephanie Lynch Daniel Mace Douglas Mackay Phyllis Magana Kathleen Magoolaghan Kathryn & Tim Mahaffy Maryann Manning

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$1,000+ Anonymous (5) 1st Choice Real Estate CO A to Z Inspections Arliss Abbott Muniba Abil Raymond & Linda Alberts Marnee Alexander AmazonSmile Foundation American Asian Womens Association Edward & Janice Ames Louise Ames Amy Ammann Laphillia Andrews Laura Angelini Ark Angel Animal Hospital Arxan Technologies Stacy Astor Astro Appliance Service Carsten Avenhaus Carol Ann Babcock Bernadette Bagley Yong Bai Vaughn Baker John & Cathy Baker Sherri Ball Zachary Barasz Barbara Barney Irving Bauman Bernie & Patricia Beaver Diane Bennett Linda Black Ronald Blanchette & Elise Bennett Steven Bliss Sayoko Blodgett-Ford Mary Blumhagen Dale Bowers Steven & Frances Briggs Bright Funds Foundation Thomas & Delores Brooks John & Mary Jean Brown Hazel Brown Christy Brown Kelley Brown Joyce Bunce Ann Bush Jeffry Cadorette Alexander & Joyce Carasa Peggy & Malcolm Carlaw Dr. Barb Carroll Paula Casaccia Louis Chan Carolyn Chandler Janice Chapman & Bruce Moore Susan Chatfield Ms. Susan A. Chatlos-Susor Ramesh Chaudhari Danielle Cheifetz

Dr. Fred Chen Cherbec Advancement Foundation Chevron Humankind Matching Gift Program Cheyenne Community Rotaract Cinnaminson High School Interact Wesley Clanton Carter Co Pamela Coffie Gary & Betty-Jean Cole Daniela & Ralph Combe Russel Cook Rita Cooper Jady Copeland Amy Corbett Gregory & Esther Costantini Thomas Coyle Jessie Crain Larry Curtis Timothy & Cheryl Dahlstrand Jack & Jo Dammann Chris Davis Laurie Davis & Joseph Sellers William Deanhardt & Sandra Milan Alan & Rebecca DeBoer William & Julie Decker Jean-Pierre Deheeger Anthony DeVico James DiNardo James Ding & Yu-Shin Ding Marc Dixon Dr. Nancy H. Dodge Kirk & Mikki Doerger Donald & Debra Douglass Judith Douglass Dennis Doyle Jennifer & Max Drucker Dryden Family Foundation Bruce & Julie Dunbar William & Margaret Durall David Durdan Joseph & Paula Eash Ralph Edler Pamela Edwards Elm Lake Cranberry Co., Inc. Frank & Kathleen Erickson Michael Ertel John Estes Chris & Leslie Evans Alice & Paul Fehlau Fifth Generation Inc First Presbyterian Church of Ambler Read Fleming Michael & Nancy Ford Carol & Edward Forman Don & Paula Fox Greg & Suzzanne Franz Edwin & Tamara Freed Jacquelyn & Gene Fuller

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Sharon & Bob Fulton Mark & Michele Gainer Cindy Gammons Jason Gans & Norma Pawley GE Foundation Matching Gifts Program Luc Gervais Ariel Gilder Peter M. & Margaret L. Gill Julie Gladsjo Goldsmith Family Foundation Henry Gonsalves Google Matching Gifts Program Michelle Gossman Richard Graham, Jr. Grand Island Express Tom & Marie Grant †† Ray & Darlene Gravett Nancy Gray Peter & Elizabeth Gray Patsy Gredvig Stephen & Polly Greene David J. & Nancy E. Greenwood Joanne Gronley Gustavus Adolphus College Bob Gutgsell J. Edward Hall Gary Halloran Hammel, Green and Abrahamson, Inc. Robert Hanna Stephanie & Vincent Hansen Madelyn Harrison Dixie & Dirk Havlak Ronald Hays Chad Heese David & Sharon Heitzman John and Jean Henderson Kathryn Henkens Hermsmeyer Family Fund Barbara & Robert Hickman Eric & Beverly Hill Michael Hitchcock Troy Hoidal Hollione Fund Diane Hooper Cynthia Hosick Gwen Howard Mark & Ellen Hudson Timothy & Jane Hunt Audun Huslid John R. Hutchings Maxine Hyrkas & Eugene Fasullo Interact Club at Marblehead High School Interact Club of Dexter High School Interact Club of Faith Academy Marble Falls Interact Club of Keene Interact Club of Northwestern Interact Club of Out of Out-Of-Door Academy Interact Club of Rhinebeck

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Rotary Club of Aurora Rotary Club of Aurora Fitzsimons Rotary Club of Aurora Sunrise Rotary Club of Avon Rotary Club of Bakersfield East Rotary Club of Ballston Spa Rotary Club of Barberton Rotary Club of Beaufort Rotary Club of Beckley Rotary Club of Belton Raymore Rotary Club of Bethlehem Morning Star Rotary Club of Beverly Rotary Club of Binghamton Rotary Club of Bloomington-Normal Sunrise Rotary Club of Blue Bell Rotary Club of Boca Raton Rotary Club of Bordentown Rotary Club of Boulder Valley Rotary Club of Bradley-Bourbonnais Rotary Club of Branford Rotary Club of Breckenridge Mountain Rotary Club of Brewster Rotary Club of Brighton Rotary Club of Broadway Timberville Rotary Club of Broomfield Rotary Club of Brown County Rotary Club of Burlington Rotary Club of Burton-Middlefield Rotary Club of Cambria Rotary Club of Canby Rotary Club of Cantonment Rotary Club of Cape Coral Sunset Rotary Club of Carbondale Rotary Club of Carmel Rotary Club of Cary-Kildaire Rotary Club of Castle Pines Rotary Club of Centennial Rotary Club of Central Lakes Rotary Club of Centreville Rotary Club of Charlotte Rotary Club of Chattanooga Rotary Club of Chelsea Rotary Club of Chemung County Sunrise Rotary Club of Cherry Hill Rotary Club of Claremont Rotary Club of Claremont Sunrise Rotary Club of Clarkston Rotary Club of Clayton Rotary Club of Cloverdale Rotary Club of Coeur d’Alene Rotary Club of Commerce City Rotary Club of Connellsville Rotary Club of Cottage Grove Rotary Club of Cranberry Rotary Club of Cranberry Township Sunrise Rotary Club of Crestview Rotary Club of Crystal City Pentagon Rotary Club of Dearborn

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Rotary Club of Holyoke Rotary Club of Homer-Kachemak Bay Rotary Club of Huguenot Trail Rotary Club of Huntington Beach Surf City Rotary Club of Huntley Rotary Club of Hutchinson Rotary Club of Indian Rocks Beach Rotary Club of Kenton Rotary Club of Kenton County Rotary Club of Killingly-Brooklyn Rotary Club of Kinderhook Tri-Village Rotary Club of Kutztown Rotary Club of La Crosse-After Hours Rotary Club of LaGrange-Sunrise Rotary Club of Lake Buena Vista Rotary Club of Lake Chatuge-Hiawassee Rotary Club of Lakes Area Rotary Club of Lakewood Foothills Rotary Club of Lakewood-Rocky River Sunrise Rotary Club of Largo Rotary Club of Las Cruces - Rio Grande Rotary Club of Las Vegas Rotary Club of Las Vegas Summerlin Rotary Club of Leavenworth Rotary Club of Lexington Rotary Club of Lincoln Rotary Club of Live Oak Rotary Club of Long Grove Rotary Club of Longboat Key Rotary Club of Los Gatos Rotary Club of Los Olivos Rotary Club of Loveland Mountain View Rotary Club of Lowell Rotary Club of Madera Rotary Club of Madison County Rotary Club of Madison West Towne-Middleton Rotary Club of Mahomet Rotary Club of Mansfield Rotary Club of Marana Rotary Club of Marana-Dove Mountain Rotary Club of Marathon Rotary Club of Marblehead Harbor Rotary Club of Margaretville Rotary Club of Marin Evening Rotary Club of Marin Sunrise Rotary Club of Massillon Rotary Club of Maywood-Proviso Rotary Club of Mead Rotary Club of Meadville A.M. Rotary Club of Medford Sunrise Rotary Club of Media Rotary Club of Midlothian Rotary Club of Millbrook Rotary Club of Mineral Wells Rotary Club of Minisink Valley Rotary Club of Missoula Rotary Club of Mitchell Field Rotary Club of Montecito

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Joseph & Evelyn Semel Sonal Seth Randal Sharpe Daniel & Valerie Sheldon Randall & Mary Sherrill Monica Shomos Margaret Siber Barrett Sides Carolyn Siebe & T. Marseille Gary & Judy Siegel Charles Simon Jus Singh Philip Sirianni Wendy Skokowski Eric Slaughenhaupt Kenneth & Kathy Slickers Allen Smith John Smith Mary T. Smith Scott Smoot Suzanne Snijder Tana Sommer-Belin Sherry Soutiere Spaulding Family Foundation Ross & Frances Spencer Charles Staats Kathryn & Mike Stack Marshall & Janice Stanton Ronald Stefano & Lisa Rich Elvis Stephens Melinda M. Stitt Philip & Natalee Stutzman Hatim Sukhla Emily Swafford Betty Szymanski-Garver Marti Talbot Kent Tarbutton Lisa Tate Andreas Teich Susan Telage Temple Sinai of Roslyn Teen Tzedakah Foundation The Callisto Fund The Denver Foundation The DuPage Community Foundation The Rotary Foundation Lynette Thompson Geetha Thozhukat Joe Tibbetts Steven Tonkinson Arwa Toulan Robert & Joan Tracht Coleman & Deborah Tuggle Lorena Tuohey Mahesh Turaga Louis & Julie Turpin Raymond Twite Justin Tysdal

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