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No family without shelter

2019 ANNUAL REPORT

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Family with Shelter Kit, Bangladesh, flooding, 2019

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TA B L E O F C O N TE N TS

Providing families with life-saving shelter and essential supplies to enable the self-recovery of displaced families around the world.

OUR COMMITMENT Board of Directors ......................................................... 2 Letter from the President .............................................. 3 The Importance of Shelter ............................................ 4 What Makes Us Different.............................................. 5 Why ShelterBox is Needed ............................................ 6

OUR LIFE-SAVING AID The ShelterBox ............................................................... 9 The Shelter Kit .............................................................. 11

OUR GLOBAL RESPONSE Deployments in 2019 ....................................................12 2019 Response by the Numbers ...................................14 Beyond Shelter .............................................................16 Conflict in Syria........................................................... 20 Drought in Somaliland................................................ 22 Flooding in Malawi...................................................... 23 Empowering Women After Disaster........................... 24 2019 Statement of Financial Position......................... 26 2019 Statement of Activity............................................27

OUR DEDICATED SUPPORTERS Rotary Partnership...................................................... 28 ShelterBox Response Team ......................................... 30 Our Ambassadors.........................................................31 In the Spotlight............................................................. 32 Our Volunteers............................................................. 34 Volunteer Fundraisers................................................. 36 Hall of Fame..................................................................37 Give a Home / Legacy Society ..................................... 38 The Shelter Circle......................................................... 39 Major Donors .............................................................. 40 Cover image: Cameroon, conflict, 2019

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

OUR COMMITMENT

OUR 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 a disaster.

2019 BOA R D OF D I R ECT OR S MARK MIDYETT Chair KATHERINE FICK Vice Chair MARLISE SKINNER Treasurer ROB WAVRA Secretary GLENN GARRETT MATT GERBER BRUCE HELLER GREG KRAUSKA JAN REED ROBERT REID PETER SCOTT JAMES SINCLAIR TAYLOR BILL WOODARD DON UTZ

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crisis. In reflection on 2019, it is impossible for me not to share with you the story of Esther, a survivor of unthinkable tragedy, and a Nigerian refugee.

LETTER FR O M THE PR ESI D ENT With more than 88 million people displaced due to conflicts and violence, persecution, natural disasters or the consequences of climate change, there are more people displaced today than at any time in recorded history. As ShelterBox approaches its 20th anniversary of providing emergency shelter and lifesaving supplies to families who have lost everything in crisis, our work has never been more important than right now. And, as the world endures unprecedented challenges, it is clear how important home is to our health, safety and well-being. Through the last 19 years of emergency response, our humanitarian aid has reached the furthest parts of our world and has been a lifeline to enable the recovery of millions of people. We have learned a lot since we started out, but one thing is clear, that shelter is much more than simply a roof overhead; it is the foundation for life. In 2019, Cyclone Idai, one of the worst cyclones on record to affect Africa and the Southern Hemisphere, tore through the village of Mwalija, Malawi. It destroyed homes and livelihoods and separated families. Thousands were forced to take shelter in schools where families were segregated by gender and most lacked access to the shelter materials necessary to rebuild. Because of your support ShelterBox was able to respond to this emergency. We delivered shelter aid and supplies, provided training, and built capacity within the local community enabling 2,000 families to rebuild their homes, lives, and community more quickly. You made this possible.

In 2014, Esther and her family were violently attacked when Boko Haram fighters stormed their village in Nigeria. Esther fled to Cameroon and has been living at the Minawao Refugee Camp ever since. ShelterBox has been providing shelter aid to families at the camp, and today we are the only tent provider for arrivals at the camp. The shelter and support Esther has received enabled her to participate in a sewing class. Today, Esther is married, has two young children and is one of the most popular dressmakers in her camp. She can provide for and take care of her family, giving her hope for the future. Stories of self-recovery like Esther’s are the reason we exist. With your help in 2019, ShelterBox: • Provided shelter to 145,000 people in 11 countries. • Received Charity Navigator’s Four-Star rating and the GuideStar Platinum seal, demonstrating our commitment to effectiveness, efficiency, and transparency. • Renewed our partnership with Rotary International as their official project partner in disaster relief. • Received a nomination for the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize in recognition for our humanitarian efforts to support families fleeing the world’s most extreme conflict zones. These achievements and the stories of hope over the last year were all possible because of you. The work of ShelterBox is only possible because of your generosity, and we are incredibly grateful for your continuous support. We appreciate everything you do to help us reach families displaced by disaster and conflict. Kerri Murray President | ShelterBox USA

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THE IMPORTANCE OF SHELTER OUR COMMITMENT

When you have a place to call home, hope follows. That’s why we exist.

We believe that shelter is a basic human right and that access to resilient shelter can cut through the chaos following disaster. Temporary shelter is a crucial step of recovery and reconstruction in the aftermath of disasters until permanent housing solutions are available. Shelter must satisfy multiple needs: protection from the elements, safety, comfort, emotional security, better health and hygiene, and even some semblance of home and community. Shelter helps keep communities and families together in times when they need each other the most. 4

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Somaliland, drought, 2019


WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT WE PREPARE Natural disasters never take days off, and neither do we. We pre-position aid in locations around the globe so we can swiftly deliver the right aid when and where it's needed.

WE PUT FAMILIES FIRST We work tirelessly and with a flexible approach to provide the most vulnerable families, often women and children, with the emergency shelter and supplies needed to bring protection, warmth, and recovery after a disaster.

WE ARE FOCUSED We specialize in emergency shelter. We use our experience and expertise to focus on providing the essential tools needed to help rebuild homes after a disaster.

WE GO THE DISTANCE We have a robust global network of partners that enable us to achieve our mission. This network helps us go farther, enabling us to reach the most remote and often overlooked communities around the world that have been devastated by disaster to ensure that no one gets forgotten or left behind.

WE RETURN We don’t believe that one size fits all and our work isn’t done until we know that we’ve provided the right materials to help people transform their lives. We continue to evolve by returning and talking to, working alongside, and learning from the families who use it.

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OUR COMMITMENT

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Every minute, 25 people are forcibly displaced by conflict and crisis situations.

W H Y S H E L TE R B O X IS N E E D E D With more than 88 million people displaced around the globe, there are more people displaced across our world than at any other time in recorded history. Many of them are struggling to meet their basic needs for food, water and shelter. As the scale and severity of disasters continue to grow, so does our desire to do more to reach these families made homeless by disaster and conflict situations.

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 (see p. 32).

ShelterBox responds quickly to assist in the immediate response and early recovery phase. Every day we are working 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. SHELTERBOX USA | ANNUAL RE P OR T 2 0 1 9

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OUR LIFE-SAVING AID

Syria, conflict, 2019

Cameroon, conflict, 2019

COMFORT A F TE R D IS A S TE R We deliver emergency shelter and the essential supplies families need to begin rebuilding their lives after a disaster. We spend time talking to affected families to make sure we provide the right support at the right time.

Syria, conflict, 2019

Cameroon, conflict, 2019

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THE SHELTERBOX Our boxes contain emergency shelter and essential supplies to help families recover faster. Each green ShelterBox is designed to hold emergency shelter and essential basic household supplies that help create the framework for everyday life. Each box contains

a family-sized tent that protects people from the elements and provides a safe space in which people can start to recover from physical and emotional trauma.

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6 LuminAID solar light

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OUR LIFE-SAVING AID

Malawi, Cyclone Idai, 2019

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Philippines, flooding, 2019 Malawi, Cyclone Idai, 2019

MORE THA N J U ST TOO L S Home is much more than bricks and mortar. The disaster relief items we distribute are essential for survival and help to turn a shelter into a home. We also provide training on how to use their new equipment.

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THE SHELTER KIT Our Shelter Kit is packed with vital hardware that can be used to rebuild or repair a shelter. Our Shelter Kits include various hand tools, ropes, fasteners and heavy-duty tarps that can be used to build a shelter, repair damaged buildings and begin to rebuild a home. Depending on the disaster and needs of the community, we customize the kits to include corrugated iron, tarpaulin and timber, or room

dividers and mattresses, whatever it takes to help people recover from a disaster. The versatile tools we provide help with everything from clearing rubble to building shelters and even tending crops. Our tools can also be used to build furniture, cut firewood and make repairs.

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OUR 2019 GLOBAL RESPONSE

DEPLOYMENTS IN 2019 We do whatever it takes to support the most vulnerable families around the world that are affected by conflict and natural disaster. Our teams travel by helicopter, boat, tuk-tuk, and even by foot to get there.

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N A T U R A L D IS AS TER S MARCH / MALAWI, CYCLONE IDAI Cyclone Idai tears through southern Africa causing severe flooding destroying homes and livelihoods.

OCT / PHILIPPINES, EARTHQUAKE Three powerful earthquakes shake Mindanao Island, destroying homes and whole buildings.

APRIL / PARAGUAY, FLOODING Heavy rains cause widespread flooding in the capital causing severe damage displacing thousands.

DEC / PHILIPPINES, TYPHOON Typhoon Kammuri hit land four times and severely affected communities across Northern Samar.

JULY / BANGLADESH, FLOODING Heavy monsoon rains trigger severe flooding, leaving a third of the country underwater.

ONGOING / SOMALILAND, SEVERE DROUGHT Severe drought has forced thousands of families to flee their homes and killed up to 80% of the region's livestock.

ONGOI NG CONFL I CT S ETHIOPIA, CONFLICT Millions of people have been forced to flee their homes because of violent conflicts and climate change in Ethiopia. CAMEROON, CONFLICT Thousands of families have fled conflict and Boko Haram attacks and are now living in Minawo Camp.

NIGERIA, CONFLICT Boko Haram violence and the military offensive countering Boko Haram have caused displacement of more than 2.4 million families.

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SYRIA, CONFLICT As this complex and violent crisis enters its 10th year, millions of people remain displaced, unsure if they will ever be able to return home.

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OUR 2019 GLOBAL RESPONSE

Learning to use Shelter Kit materials, Malawi, Cyclone Idai, 2019

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2019: OUR RESPONSE IN NUMBERS

145,000 PEOPLE supported with emergency shelter aid and other essential household items.

7 NATURAL DISASTER RESPONSES

35,000 FAMILIES who can now rebuild their homes and lives with basic supplies including: tents, tarpaulins, tool kits, blankets, mosquito nets, solar lights, kitchen sets, and water carriers.

4 CONFLICT RESPONSES Cameroon, Ethiopia, Nigeria, and Syria.

WE ALSO SENT ASSESSMENT TEAMS TO A FURTHER 5 COUNTRIES The Bahamas, Comoros, Greece, Republic of Congo and Burkina Faso.

11 RESPONSES IN 9 COUNTRIES Bangladesh, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Malawi, Nigeria, Paraguay, Philippines, Somaliland, and Syria.

1000 DAYS GIVEN by volunteer Response Team members.

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OUR 2019 GLOBAL RESPONSE

BEYOND SHELTER Shelter is more than just tents and tarps. It’s a process of recovery, a way of keeping communities and families together and allowing them the space to focus on the future. Through discussions with our beneficiaries, we’ve found that shelter helped to provide or enhance four pathways to recovery.

1. C REA T I N G A HO M E A home is more than a physical structure. It’s a place to spend time with family, to get a good night’s sleep, to play, to work, to feel safe and secure. It’s a place to find privacy and time to yourself. For the people we support, it’s a place with a future.

Nelie lived with her husband and nine children, in a house near the beach in the Philippines, before it was destroyed by Typhoon Tisoy. The family had moved into a school which was used as an evacuation center. Upon receiving a ShelterBox tarpaulin and other essential aid items, Nelie and her family built a home in a safer location. With the privacy and protection of their new home, they were able to relocate from the evacuation center and come together again as a family under one roof.

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FAMILIES SUPPORTED

PHILIPPINES

TYPHOON KAMMURI, PHILIPPINES In early December, Typhoon Kammuri, known locally as Typhoon Tisoy, devastated coastal communities with many homes washed out to sea.

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Left: Nelie's family. Above: Nelie holding her youngest child in the doorway of her new home, Philippines, typhoon, 2019


PARAGUAY 2.  BUILDI NG SK I L L S A ND KN O WL ED GE We are committed to lasting change, and that includes training people to build homes that last. A hammer does not build a home, but a hammer in the hands of someone with the knowledge, desire and motivation to build a home will. By working with communities to showcase both local techniques and construction methods we’ve tested around the world, we can help families to build and repair reliable, weatherproof homes. We also train people to pass that knowledge on, so families can continue to benefit for generations to come.

I paid close attention during  training to ensure that I could make the appropriate repairs to my home, and so that it lasts longer and remains stronger the next time the floods come.”

FLOODING IN PARAGUAY In Paraguay, months of torrential rain caused severe flooding in Asunción, forcing entire communities to move to higher grounds to escape the floodwater.

CE CI L I O ’ S S TO R Y Cecilio had to abandon his home in search of higher ground when rising flood-waters damaged his home. He was one of the first to receive ShelterBox aid items and, along with some of his neighbors, he received training on how to repair his home. When it became safe to return, Cecilio used the hammer and nails to repair his old roof and build the frame for another section of his house.

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OUR 2019 GLOBAL RESPONSE

3 .  HEL P I N G P EOP L E RETU R N T O WOR K Emergency shelter is deeply connected to livelihood. When you have a place to call home, you can shift your focus to earning a living. We often help people settle close to places where they can tend crops or keep livestock, and we provide the tools people need to work the fields or support trades. As communities rebuild and return to normality, we often find that homes double as shops or workshops. LAKE CHAD BASIN CRISIS Reaching across Nigeria, Cameroon, Niger and Chad, the Lake Chad Basin Crisis is a huge and complex humanitarian crisis with many causes. Extreme poverty, underdevelopment and climate change are just some of the factors at play, alongside growing insecurity caused by Boko Haram attacks.

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EST HER’S ST ORY After witnessing the horrific murder of her family by Boko Haram fighters in 2014, Esther fled from her home in Nigeria seeking refuge at Minawao refugee camp in Cameroon where she received shelter and essential household items. Esther, now 23, has learned to sew, and has started her own business as a dressmaker. It hasn’t been an easy journey for her, but she has regained her independence and is now able to provide for her young family.

 nytime I see somebody A wearing something that I sewed, it makes me happy. I can now take care of some family needs, like cooking and other things.ˮ

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Bangladesh, flooding, 2019

I needed to fix the broken fences,  flatten the ground, and continue living. I called people from the community and they helped me, as I can’t do it by myself and my husband was not able to help.”

BANGLADESH 4.  R EBU I L D I N G C OMMUN I T I ES A strong community is crucial to building resilience and lifting the spirit of the people living in it. Living with friends, family and neighbors around you provide the physical, material and emotional support needed to recover. We help keep communities together by carrying out training sessions with community members teaching them to use aid items like the tarpaulins and tool kits to build a shelter. Those community members then train the rest of the community, making sure that every family that receives aid is trained on how to fix their home using the tools provided. BANGLADESH, FLOODING Heavy monsoon rains triggered severe flooding in Bangladesh. Water levels rose to their highest in 100 years, leaving a large part of the country underwater and destroying over half a million homes.

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BEHUL A ’S ST ORY In 2019, heavy rains severely damaged the home that 32-year-old Behula shared with her disabled husband and four children on an island in the Brahmaputra River in Bangladesh. Behula received a Shelter Kit and was trained on how to use the tools inside. With the support of ShelterBox and her community, she was able to rebuild her home and regain a sense of normalcy.

Bangladesh, flooding, 2019

I paid close attention during  training to ensure that I could make the appropriate repairs to my home, and so that it lasts longer and remains stronger the next time the floods come.”

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CONFLICT IN SYRIA The Syrian crisis, described as the worst humanitarian disaster of our time, has caused untold suffering for millions of people. Syria has seen over five million people forced to leave the country, and more than six million internally displaced. Families have fled bombs and destruction, leaving behind their homes with nothing but the clothes on their backs. The extraordinary need for humanitarian aid has grown larger with each year the conflict persists. Extreme weather is an additional threat. The freezing temperatures of the Syrian winter further endanger families who have fled for their lives and are living in internal displacement camps across the country. The extraordinary need for humanitarian aid grows larger with each year the conflict persists.

ShelterBox has been continuously responding to the crisis since 2012. It is the longest response in our history. Working with our partners, Hand in Hand for Syria, ReliefAid and Bahar Organization, we have sheltered over 250,000 people affected by the conflict in Syria. Our customized kits include tents, tarpaulins, water carriers, solar lights, mattresses, children’s winter clothing, and other critical aid items. In November 2019, Latter-day Saint Charities generously supported ShelterBox’s winter distributions in Idlib, Syria to displaced families. This included thick mattresses, thermal blankets, solar lights, and shelter kits to ensure families were prepared for the cold weather.

H U M A N ITA R IA N P A R TN E R S Our in-country distribution partners help us provide aid in some of the most remote and dangerous conflict zones around the world. These networks, rooted in communities, help us go the last mile to deliver a range of emergency shelter to remote and vulnerable people. Syria, ongoing conflict, 2019

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UMM'S STORY Umm was heavily pregnant when her two older children were injured in a bombing attack in her village in Syria. Knowing they might not survive the next attack, she fled with her family. Despite being pregnant with twins, Umm was determined to get her children to the relative safety of a Syrian displacement camp. Two weeks later, Umm gave birth to twin boys, Sattam and Abdul Karim. Her family received emergency shelter, mattresses, solar lights and other essential aid.

ReliefAid Partnership increases our reach in Northern Syria. 10,000 families helped since 2012.

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250,000 people supported since 2012 in Syria, Iraq, Greece, and Lebanon

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OUR 2019 GLOBAL RESPONSE

Somaliland, prolonged drought, 2019

DROUGH T I N S OMAL I L A N D Somaliland is experiencing the worst drought the country has seen in years, with 2.6 million people forced to leave their homes and 85% of livestock dying off as a result.

P O ST -D I S T R I B UTIO N M O N I T OR I N G AND EVALUATIO N At ShelterBox, we’re determined to help families affected by natural disaster or conflict. But our work doesn’t stop once we’ve delivered aid. We make sure that our aid has made a significant impact on the livelihoods of the families we’ve reached. And we do that by conducting post-distribution monitoring in the areas we’ve helped.

POST - DI ST RI BUT I ON FEEDBA CK IMPROVED SLEEP 88% of respondents said they had slept better since receiving our aid. INCREASED PROTECTION 100% of respondents said the items protected their personal belongings, using the ShelterBox as storage. INCREASED PROTECTION FROM THE WEATHER 100% of respondents said that the shelter items had protected them from the weather. INCREASED ACCESS TO POTABLE WATER 97% of respondents said that water carriers helped them to access clean water. IMPROVED DAYTIME COMFORT 100% of respondents said the items provided kept them at a comfortable temperature during the day.

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IMPROVED NIGHTTIME COMFORT 98% of respondents said the items provided kept them at a comfortable temperature at night.


Malawi, Cyclone Idai, 2019

F LOOD ING I N MAL A WI

With support from the SL Gimbel Foundation and the Orange County Community Foundation, ShelterBox was able to support families like Stephano's.

When Cyclone Idai tore through southern Africa in March 2019, it separated parents and children, ripped up homes and destroyed livelihoods. In Malawi, the flooding left vast areas uninhabitable, homes were destroyed, and thousands of people were at risk of dangerous diseases like cholera and malaria.

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My meaning  of a home has changed now. This place is now home. But in its current state, it’s a home of hope.ˮ

ST EPHANO’S ST ORY Having lost everything after Cyclone Idai, Stephano and his wife Mary were determined to rebuild their home and livelihoods for their family. With the Shelter Kit materials and tools Stephano received, he moved his family out of a collective center and into the new home he’d constructed. The tools and equipment he received also doubled as farming equipment, enabling him to grow food for his family and regain his livelihood. Their story is one of recovery.

FAMILIES SUPPORTED

On behalf of Rotary Club Limbe, it was indeed a  great experience to work with ShelterBox ...we have not only walked a mile in reaching out to the many Malawians who faced hardship, but through both ShelterBox and Rotary, we restored confidence in the displaced persons that all was not lost!” Eric Chinkanda President, Rotary Club of Limbe, Malawi SHELTERBOX USA | ANNUAL RE P OR T 2 0 1 9

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Women and children account for more than 75% of the refugees and displaced persons globally.

Women and children are up to 14 x more likely to die during a natural disaster than men.

All forms of violence against women increase during disasters and displacement.

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UN WOMEN

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EMPOWERING WOMEN AFTER DISASTER Women are disproportionately affected when disasters strike. ShelterBox provides women with tools to rebuild and recover. In 2019, ShelterBox launched the SHE Campaign to highlight the vulnerability as well as the resilience and strength of the women we serve. As women around the world flee violence and face disasters, they are often left homeless and vulnerable. Women experience higher death rates, increased genderbased violence, economic loss, and loss of education.

BU S HA A R O ’S S TO R Y

However, women are pivotal in the recovery process— they are often the first responders to a crisis and play a central role in the survival and resilience of families and communities. Last year we reached thousands of women, delivering emergency shelter and supporting them to rebuild their homes and their lives. Bushaaro is one of them.

Bushaaro, Ethiopia, drought, 2019

Bushaaro, a 16-year-old girl from Ethiopia, is the sole caregiver for her six younger siblings. Her mother passed away in 2015 and as the eldest girl, caring for her siblings became her responsibility. Prolonged drought in Ethiopia had severe effects on her family, killing all of their livestock, and with it their livelihood. Bushaaro fled with her siblings in search of both water and safety and now resides in a camp for internally displaced people. After arriving, she received a ShelterBox filled with emergency shelter and other items to provide for her siblings.

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OUR 2019 GLOBAL RESPONSE

STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION ASSETS

2019

2018

$3,889,851

$2,516,047

Pledges receivable

$33,869

$134,640

Other receivables

$1,194

Prepaid expenses

$77,006

$12, 623

$8,345

$12,008

$4,010,265

$2,675,318

$1,554,492

$110,668

$225,025

$1,554,492

$335,693

Net assets, unrestricted

$1,290,863

$1,324,043

Net assets, unrestricted, board designated

$1,064,910

$880,942

$100,000

$134,640

TOTAL NET ASSETS

$2,455,773

$2,339,625

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

$4,010,265

$2,675,318

Cash

Property and equipment TOTAL ASSETS

LIABILITIES Accounts payable & accrued expenses Deferred revenue TOTAL LIABILITIES

NET ASSETS

Net assets, restricted—time and purpose

SHELTERBOX EXPENSES

81.1 % 81% of donations went directly towards providing displaced families with emergency shelter and essential supplies.

TOTAL SUPPORT & REVENUE TOTAL DIRECTED TOWARDS PROGRAM SERVICES

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$8.6 M 8 M

$6.1 M

PROGRAM SERVICES

$6.9 M

$5.5 M

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$4.6 M

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STATEMENTOF ACTIVITY SUPPORT & REVENUES

2019

2018

$5,321,085

$4,274,284

$109,866

$135,756

Interest income, net

$11,520

$10,411

Other income

$13,487

$1,674

Contributions, releases from restrictions

$3,196,160

$1,998,537

TOTAL SUPPORT & REVENUES

$8,652,118

$6,420,662

$6,894,100

$4,755,552

Management and general

$801,609

$500,329

Fundraising

$805,621

$526,031

$8,501,330

$5,781, 912

Net assets, beginning of year

$2,339,625

$1,945,141

Net assets—end of year

$2,455,773

$2,339,625

$116,148

$394,484

Contributions, unrestricted Contributions, in-kind

EXPENSES Program grants and services

TOTAL EXPENSES

NET ASSETS

CHANGE IN NET ASSETS

GIVING BY CONSTITUENT TYPE

58.8 %

INDIVIDUALS

1.9 %

CORPORATIONS

2.1 % OTHER

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.

13.4 % ROTARY

23.8 %

FOUNDATIONS

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ROTARY PARTNERSHIP OUR SUPPORTERS

A cornerstone partnership, ShelterBox is Rotary International’s only project partner in disaster relief. We are proud to be project partners with Rotary International, a global community of 1.2 million people of action. By working together with Rotary, we collaborate and combine resources to ensure that we can support more communities in desperate need of shelter after disaster. Rotarians and Rotary groups around the world

support us in a variety of ways, from raising funds and awareness to providing support on the ground during our response to a disaster. Aided by the local knowledge and community connections Rotary provides, ShelterBox can move faster and more safely to identify the most vulnerable families.

G E T IN V O L V E D Each year, Rotary helps us to go further, support more people, and access areas that would otherwise be impossible to reach.

Connect with your community and families around the world INSPIRATION ShelterBox can help attract new members and inspire your community through raising awareness of the impact of our partnership around the world. Share stories of hope and resilience from the communities we reach together every year. PEOPLE OF ACTION There are so many ways Rotarians support families who have lost everything, from raising awareness and funds at home to providing a valuable point of contact for Response Teams through first-hand knowledge, introductions, logistical assistance, and vital links into communities.

ShelterBox Head of Operations Alf Evans with Immediate Past Rotary International President Barry Rassin.

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Learn more at ShelterBoxUSA.org/ActionToolKit

ShelterBox is a charity independent of Rotary International and The Rotary Foundation.


D EPL O Y M E N T F O C U S Thousands of families in Paraguay’s capital city, Asunción, were driven from their homes after devastating flooding in 2019. Torrential rains had been battering the area since March, causing the overflow of the Paraguay River. The unusually heavy rain was linked to the climate pattern El Niño, and it displaced nearly 20,000 families in need of shelter and essential aid. The devastating effects of the disaster could be seen everywhere— from the roofs of mud-swamped homes where some families were camping to survive, to the makeshift shelters that were starting to crumble down after months of exposure to the elements. Working with the local Rotaract club, we provided 2,925 families that were affected the most with essential aid items like solar lights, mosquito nets, blankets and Shelter Kits. This work was supported by Latter-day Saint Charities.

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OUR SUPPORTERS

Malawi, flooding, 2019

SHELTERBOX RESPONSE TEAM ShelterBox delivers aid around the world with the help of an amazing group of dedicated and highly trained volunteers that make up the ShelterBox Response Team. ShelterBox recruits volunteers who can commit long-term, 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 and takes around a year to complete. The role is mentally and physically demanding.

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The exposure to all walks of life,  often during the most challenging of times has been my greatest privilege...I am humbled and grateful to be a part of it all.ËŽ Reis Pearson, Response Team Member

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Philippines, Typhoon Tisoy, 2019

To learn more about the ShelterBox Response Team and how you can apply to join this elite group visit ShelterBoxUSA.org/volunteer


SHELTERBOX AMBASSADORS In 2019, our Ambassadors raised over $1 million to shelter families around the world.

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I consider myself a global citizen and want to help where I can. While I don't have the skill set to be a ShelterBox Response Team member, I am able to go out and speak before groups and spread the ShelterBox message.ËŽ PEGGY CARLAW SHELTERBOX AMBASSADOR

Rotary Convention Toronto, 2018

At ShelterBox, we are impatient to create a world where no family is without shelter when disaster strikes, and our volunteers are a critical part of our movement. ShelterBox Ambassadors are an important link between people who need support and those who want to provide it. They are the face of ShelterBox in their communities and work to raise awareness about our mission and the funds needed to fuel this life-saving work. Become a ShelterBox Ambassador today and help our movement grow!

Learn more about our ShelterBox Ambassadors by visiting ShelterBoxUSA.org/ambassadors

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OUR SUPPORTERS

IN THE SPOTLIGHT BUILD I N G P EA CE 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. 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 at home and throughout the rest of the world. Thank you.

S H E L TE R B O X A T R O TA R Y U N D A Y On November 9, 2019, ShelterBox USA President, Kerri Murray, was a featured speaker at Rotary UN Day, addressing hundreds of attendees on the global refugee crisis and the critical ways that ShelterBox is working to help families displaced by conflict. Each year, the United Nations celebrates Rotary's shared vision for peace and highlights the critical humanitarian activities that both organizations lead around the world. Kerry Murry, President of ShelterBox with Mark Maloney, President of Rotary International

R OC HEST ER COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Three local high schools in Michigan came together during what they called Tri-High Charity Week and raised over $74,000 for ShelterBox. Inspired by our mission and aid which Jeff Lichty, Mary Sloan, and Jamie Yeats shared, the students planned a week of fundraisers including a dance, dodgeball tournament, coin wars, a petting zoo, gathered corporate sponsors and more for a week of fun and impact. The schools, which are 32

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With over 200 people in attendance, ShelterBox honored the Schaafsma Family with their Generations of Service award.

BILL & M EL I ND A GA TE S D IS C OV ER Y CEN T ER

SHEL T ERBOX ON CNN On Thanksgiving, ShelterBox President Kerri Murray appeared on CNN to share the importance of our work in Syria.

ShelterBox was selected to be featured at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Discovery Center in Seattle. The exhibit, which ran through Aug. 2019, was designed by Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, and highlights innovative design solutions that are helping improve the lives of people in the world’s most marginalized communities.

A N EVE NI NG T O EXPER IE NCE SHEL T E R B O X

ShelterBox USA President, Kerri Murray, with renowned musician Kenny Loggins who surprised guests with a musical performance alongside vocalist and fellow Montecito mudslide survivor Lauren Cantin, keyboard artist Brian Mann and guitarist George Quirin.

In September 2019, more than 250 people attended the annual ShelterBox event hosted by John McGovern at his private estate in Santa Barbara. Local business leaders and philanthropists, volunteers from Yardi and Impact, and dozens of local Rotarians rallied around the life-saving work of ShelterBox. The evening featured interactive demonstrations of ShelterBox tents and equipment. ShelterBox Response Team Member and Ambassador Eric Schalla accepted the Community Partner Award on behalf of Tri-Co Reprographics and their longtime support of ShelterBox. SHELTERBOX USA | ANNUAL RE P OR T 2 0 1 9

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OUR VOLUNTEERS OUR SUPPORTERS

Thank you to our volunteers. We couldn't do what we do without the amazing support of our partners and incredible volunteers who go above and beyond to help families who have lost so much. Our volunteers share our belief in a world where no family is without shelter when disaster strikes, and support us in making this a reality. Their support comes in many forms, including fundraising, volunteering and help in getting 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? Find out how you can contribute below.

H O W Y OU CAN GIVE BACK

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

Changemaker Organize a fundraiser—from marathons to school events— and make a difference.

Advocate

Club Champion

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

Share ShelterBox's message with your Rotary Club.

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

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VOLUNTEER FUNDRAISERS

Over $400,000 Jim Carriere Over $300,000 Mark Dyer Donna Gulley James Pickett Allan Syphers Louis Turpin Jack Young Over $200,000 Wayne Chiles Nancy & Jack Faddegon Tom & Marie Grant Pete Griffith Dick Isackson Greg Krauska Gary Olsen Larry Palant Bill Woodard Over $100,000 David Addor Tom Deuson Nancy Dodge Erik Elsea Mike Freeman Brian Glenn Bruce Heller John Keane Peter & Susan Klock Yi Shun Lai Mary Sloan & Jeff Lichty Jim Miller (NC) Mike Mira Len Nemeroff Eric Reise Wayne Robinson Ross Spencer Marshall Stanton Bill Tobin Steven Tonkinson Kelly Wike Kieran Walsh & Greg Vik 36

Over $75,000 Edward Bell Bill Decker Parker Emerson Katherine Fick Ken & Rhonda Kaplan Mark Midyett Ken Thompson

OUR SUPPORTERS

Thank you to our volunteers who raise money forShelterBox’s humanitarian work. Their lifetime fundraising amounts are listed below.

Over $50,000 Jeanette Bullock Dan Christianson Rich Comins Jeff & Lisa Deatherage Lora Helmer Keith Henderson Michael Hicks Derek Locke Ned Morris Dave Nichols Tim & Melinda Osburn Pam Pine Dale Rubinkam James Yeats Bernie Zurbriggen Over $25,000 James Bacca Holly Battocchi Anderson Margaret Blaurock Wally B. Brown Peggy & Malcolm Carlaw Linda Cook Ralph Cowell Bill DiBiasio John Freeman Steve Gibson Gerald Iwerks Don Jorgensen Laura Kerckhoff Kim Kim Andrew Kuby Trannie & John Lacquey Thomas Lloyd

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William Long Jim Mason Reese Mates Douglas Maurer Theresa Mohan Mukund Nori Reis Pearson Martin Postma Jim Samuelson Traci Schauermann-Oliver Michael Hendon & Tricia Sharp Marlise Skinner Marilyn Young Skogland Frank Spears Kathryn Sweeney Tony Thompson Kevin Tubbesing Over $10,000 Gary Abbey Bonnie Boyle David Borgen Wes Clanton Delphine Clough John Cordell Gavin Craddock Ann Crandall Ron Darrah Bruce Dearnley Gary Friedman Glenn Harris John Henry Fullen Phil Gillespie Steve Goble Mitone Griffiths Frank Hale Dave Hall Beverly Hill Jay Hislop Tom & Mary Hodson Judy Hutcherson Van Joffrion Mike Kruse Steve Lakner

Ryan Lampasona Connie Lewis John Mackie Tammi Mayfield Jim Miller (OR) Jeannine Murrell & Pamelajean Myers Chip Muston Ron Oliver Brian Parselle Lawrence Petrash Susan Phelps Jerry Picaman Chris Rakowitz Jan Reed Robert Reid Ryan Schaafsma Lawrence Southwick Larry Stenger Andy Stewart Lee Strouse Elizabeth Thwing Bill Tuszynski Stan & Debbie Wall Rob Wavra Roland Weimer Burton Witthuhn Gar Webb Andrew Yu Over $5,000 Liz Anderson Jalain Bagley Frank Bales David Berg Jack Bishop Meghan Camp Donna M. Chaney-Sayre Karen Coe Jim Coleman Ron Cornelius Lisa Deatherage Dennie Dyer Keith Einstein Ryder Evans

Jack Faddegon Jason Floyd Steve Frazier Leslie Gamel Andres Goyanes Jess Gutzwiler Barbara Hickman Anthony Hansen Tammy Hunsinger Susan Ireland Bill Jahn Karim Jaude Fran Jeffries David Jessich Gerri Kier Kelly King Ronald Klieverik Selean Koury Steven Lease Rob Lucke John Marshall Cristina Mas Timothy McCully George Mead Josh Mohr & Kara Lapso Steve Morreale Malcolm Peterson Michael Pugh Rich Ridenour Dick Sant Thomas Schaafsma Eric Schalla Skip Sockell Phyl Strawbridge Martin Thompson Shana Thom Joseph Urda Don Utz Lee & Catherine Varra-Nelson Dean Veneman Steven Wagenseil Ryan Wallin


FUNDRAISING HALL OF FAME

Jim Pickett (In Memoriam), Tom Schaafsma, Sarah Robinson

Over $2,500 Chris Alexander Patricia Armstrong Frank Bales Peter Boucher David Bowers Michael Cutler Penny Gee Edward Hamilton Jeff Hobert Greg Horn Michael Lee Kelly Lindholm John Marshall Shelli Masek Ed McDonough Brad Mettam Carol Pipitone Ted Pleibel Lisa Smith Don Utz Steven Wagenseil Carol Williams Over $1,000 Mary Ann Agee Amy Alford Liz Anderson Dan A. Bohman Rick Commisso Dan Dudzinski

Elizabeth Dunham Amanda Eyer Russell Fericks Todd Finklestone Mary Gordon Andres Goyanes Patricia Harris Bill Higgs Kyle McGrath Ryan Mielcarek Larry Mitchell Donald Nye Charles Piland Carmen Poff Steve R. Purucker Jim & Chelsea Robertson Brad Sackrider Stephen Savrann Andrea Shields Lee & Catherine VarraNelson Fernando G. Vieira Stan Vlademar Carrie Wall Morgan Wiggers Richard Wilkinson

The Hall of Fame welcomes and recognizes the following individuals to our esteemed group of volunteers who have raised more than $100,000 to support the mission of ShelterBox. David Addor Erik Elsea Steven Tonkinson Kelly Wike Jim Carriere

Jim Miller (NC)

Wayne Chiles

Mike Mira

Tom Deuson

Len Nemeroff

Nancy Dodge

Gary Olsen

Donna Gulley

Larry Palant

Mark Dyer

Jim Pickett

Jack & Nancy Faddegon

Eric Reise

Mike Freeman

Wayne Robinson

Brian Glenn

Mary Sloan & Jeff Lichty

Tom & Marie Grant

Ross Spencer

Pete Griffith

Marshall Stanton

Bruce Heller

Allan Syphers

Dick Isackson

Bill Tobin

John Keane

Louis Turpin

Peter & Susan Klock

Bill Woodard

Greg Krauska

Jack Young

Yi Shun Lai

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GIVE A HOM E

LEGACY SOCIETY

Shelter is more than just a roof—it’s a home. It’s the foundation for life, for families, and for communities.

A legacy 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.

As a member of ShelterBox’s Give a Home program, real estate professionals inspire their clients and give them a sense of purpose by donating the cost of a home for each home sold. Each donation to ShelterBox provides emergency shelter and life-saving supplies to families who have lost their homes and belongings to disaster or conflict.

Thank you to our 2019 Give a Home members: GIVE A HOME Brian Fox, Emilee Collins, The Hotimsky Family REPAIR A HOME Britton Taylor, Erik Elsea PROVIDE A SHELTER Mark Midyett, Troy Hoidal LIGHT A HOME Adrienne Parrish

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 2019 Legacy Society members: Bill & Julie Decker Lora Helmer Eric Reise Bill & Sherrie Tobin Kelly Wike

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As the need increases for ShelterBox's relief around the world, I have directed funds from my trust for ShelterBox to help deliver aid when and where it's needed.ˮ LORA HELMER SHELTERBOX LEGACY SOCIETY MEMBER

Fiji, Cyclone Winstone, 2016

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For information on becoming a member of ShelterBox's Legacy program, visit ShelterBoxUSA.org/legacy


SHELTER CIRCLE A committed group of ShelterBox supporters who understand that the work of ShelterBox is continuous and requires core support to ensure that we are able to provide emergency shelter to as many people as possible, right when they need it. MARQUEE / over $1,000,000 Anonymous Crystal Springs Foundation INNOVATOR / $25,000–$99,999 DEW Foundation Mey Share Foundation, Inc. Patricia Mitchell SUSTAINER / $10,000–$24,999 Anonymous (2) Michael & Debbie Binns Ralph & Joyce Carter Lois Diess Eernisse Foundation Katherine Fick Jeffrey & Cynthia Harger Charitable Fund Andrew Morse Jan Reed Susan Sorenson & Richard Berk Tao Jones Charitable Foundation The Tonkinson Foundation Mark H. & JoAnn T. Wainwright Musa Wolcott CHAMPION / $5,000–$9,999 Anonymous (2)

Marcia Bailey Marcia Bansley Steven & Delores Basile Rajeev Bhaman Charitable Fund Brillo-Sonnino Family Foundation Victor Bucher Laine & Martin Cobb Zorus & Judith Colglazier Covenant Foundation Thomas Eglin Robert Eichfeld Jon Frieboes Giving Forward Fund Charles Gomes Martin & Kerrilee Gore Bruce & Barbara Heublein Family Fund Gwen Howard Rosemary & Dennis Hullinger Philip & Diana Hunter Kristen Klingbeil-Weis & Karl Weis The Koenig Family Charitable Fund of the Philadelphia Foundation Kenneth Lancaster The Marshall L. & Deborah L. Berkman Family Charitable Trust John Messner Thomas & Rose Mary Meyer

Kathleen Moriarity Judith & J. Bill Moschetti Frances Posel Jeffrey & Amy Rhoads Mary Sheehan Lotte Sonnenschein Shirley & Stuart Speyer Family Fund William & Kathryn Sweeney Family Giving Fund Pamela & Max Underwood Rob Wavra Martha & David Winfield Joel & Amanda Winterton David Wolcott Edward & Willa Wolcott SUPPORTER / $2,500–$4,999 Anonymous (4) Penelope Attwell Joan & Kent Bohls Hayden Boyd Joan & David Brausch Peggy & Malcolm Carlaw Russel Cook Deborah Dalby Ezekiel & Angela Dumke Warren & Deborah Fisher

Michael Boustridge Brian & Linda Glenn Linda & Kenneth Grimes Barbara Jones Charles & Treva Kelley Teresa & Gary Kieffer John & Vivian Knepper Michael Kress Karen Lehrer & Steve Sherwin Thomas Lloyd Ross & Martha McGlasson Norman & Kristin Mikalson Thomas & Debra Milinovich Larry & Carole Morgan Dr. Michael & Dr. Anne Murtagh Thomas & Elizabeth O'Connor Michael M. Peacock Foundation Robert Reid Reschovsky Family Fund Tim Risch Richard & Karen Robinson Rothman Charitable Giving Jeffrey Scales Charles Simon Martha Soukup Louis & Julie Turpin Cathryn Wallace

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MAJOR DONORS OUR SUPPORTERS

Thank you to our major donors who support ShelterBox’s work. All contributions are from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 2019. Over $1,500,000 Anonymous Crystal Springs Foundation Over $1,000,000 Latter-day Saint Charities $100,000–$999,999 Charina Endowment Fund, Inc. Orange County Community Foundation SL Gimbel Foundation Fund $50,000–$99,999 Cross Timbers Community Church DEW Foundation Graphiq Inc. Rochester Community Schools (MI) $25,000–$49,999 Mey Share Foundation, Inc. Rotary Club of Fort Myers (FL) Yardi Systems Inc. $10,000–$24,999 Baccash Family Foundation, Inc. General Reinsurance Corporation Fund GQG Partners The Kirby-Jones Foundation Mostyn Foundation, Inc. Rotary Club of Coronado (CA) Rotary Club of El Paso (TX) Rotary Club of Lake Orion Sunrise (MI) Rotary Club of Lakewood Ranch (FL) Rotary Club of Marietta (OH) Snyder Charitable Foundation William H. Donner Foundation

Rotary Club of Blue Bell (PA) Rotary Club of De Soto (KS) Rotary Club of Eugene Delta (OR) Rotary Club of Grand Junction Horizon Sunrise (CO) Rotary Club of Hatboro (PA) Rotary Club of Keizer Foundation (OR) Rotary Club of Kelso (WA) Rotary Club of Marco Island (FL) Rotary Club of Marin Evening (CA) Rotary Club of Marin Sunrise (CA) Rotary Club of Milledgeville (GA) Rotary Club of Mission San Rafael (CA) Rotary Club of Northglenn-Thornton (CO) Rotary Club of Point West (CA) Rotary Club of San Rafael Harbor (CA) Rotary Club of Santa Monica (CA) Rotary Club of Sarasota Southside (FL) Rotary Club of Shelton Skookum (WA) Rotary Club of South Portland-Cape Elizabeth (ME) Rotary Club of South San Francisco (CA) Rotary Club of Tucson (AZ) Rotary Club of Tucson Sunrise (AZ) Rotary Club of Walla Walla (WA) Rotary Club of Waunakee (WI) Rotary Club of West Covina (CA) Rotary Club of Zelienople (PA)

$2,500–$4,999 The Adele A. & Harold J. Westbrook Foundation, Inc. Community West Bank GFWC Lutz-Land O'Lakes Woman's Club Inc. Global Impact Google Matching Gifts Program Interact Club of Broad Run High School (VA) Lemont School District #113A Early Act Club (IL) $5,000–$9,999 PayPal Giving Fund American Accounting Association RI District 6450 (IL) Chispa Foundation Rotaract Club of Southern Oregon University (OR) The Boston Consulting Group Rotary Club of Alpharetta (GA) C.H.A.R.G.E. McNaughton-McKay Rotary Club of Asbury Park (NJ) Electric Company Rotary Club of Atwood (KS) Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Rotary Club of Auburn (CA) Minnetonka High School (MN) Rotary Club of Aurora Fitzsimons (CO) Miracle Foundation Fund Rotary Club of Cary Central (NC) RI District 6960 (FL) Rotary Club of Castle Rock (CO) Rotary Club of Allentown West (PA) Rotary Club of Chestnut Hill (PA) Rotary Club of Altoona (PA) Rotary Club of Ashland Lithia Springs (OR) Rotary Club of Clawson (MI) Rotary Club of Cohasset (MA) Rotary Club of Atascadero (CA) Rotary Club of Coos Bay-North Bend (OR) Rotary Club of Bergen Highlands/ Rotary Club of Danville (VA) Ramsey (NJ) Rotary Club of Dearborn (MI) Rotary Club of Binghamton (NY) 40

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Rotary Club of Denton (TX) Rotary Club of Doylestown (PA) Rotary Club of Durango (CO) Rotary Club of Easton (PA) Rotary Club of El Dorado Hills Foundation (CA) Rotary Club of Glastonbury (CT) Rotary Club of Grayslake (IL) Rotary Club of Hamlin Lake Ariel (PA) Rotary Club of Harleysville (PA) Rotary Club of Jonesboro (NC) Rotary Club of La Mesa Sunrise (CA) Rotary Club of Lake Hickory (NC) Rotary Club of Lake Ridge (VA) Rotary Club of Laramie (WY) Rotary Club of Lemont-Homer Glen (IL) Rotary Club of Libertyville Sunrise (IL) Rotary Club of Longview (WA) Rotary Club of Longview Early Edition (WA) Rotary Club of Maple Shade (NJ) Rotary Club of Maumee (OH) Rotary Club of Naples Charitable Foundation (FL) Rotary Club of North Clackamas Sunrise (OR) Rotary Club of North County San Diego -Route 78 (CA) Rotary Club of Northville (MI) Rotary Club of Oakhurst Sierra Sunrise (CA) Rotary Club of Pawling (NY) Rotary Club of Peoria North (AZ) Rotary Club of Redlands Sunrise (CA) Rotary Club of Salem (OR) Rotary Club of Salina (KS) Rotary Club of San Juan Islands (WA) Rotary Club of San Rafael Evening (CA) Rotary Club of Sausalito Charitable Foundation (CA) Rotary Club of Sequim Sunrise (WA) Rotary Club of Skaneateles (NY) Rotary Club of St. Albans (VT) Rotary Club of Telluride (CO) Rotary Club of Temple Terrace (FL) Rotary Club of Terra Linda (CA) Rotary Club of Valle Verde (AZ) Rotary Club of Vienna (VA) Rotary Club of Walden (NY) Rotary Club of Watertown (NY) Rotary Club of Westerville Sunrise (OH) Rotary Club of Willow Grove (PA) Rotary District 5100 Youth Exchange (OR) Sequim School District No. 323 (WA) Sharky's Woodfired Mexican Grill Standard Insurance Company The Strategic Samurai Zeff Concrete Contractors


$1,000–$2,499 Anonymous (18) Arliss Abbott Muniba Abil Adams Glantz Charitable Fund Aggressor Adventures, LLC Raymond & Linda Alberts Aline Underhill Orten Foundation Altrusa Club of Pendleton Oregon AmazonSmile Foundation Ellen Andres Apple Matching Gifts Program The Arbutus Family Foundation Mary Jo & Fred Armbrust Carol Arscott Stacy Astor Carsten Avenhaus Carol Ann Babcock Maria Babula Joann Baca Bernadette Bagley Yong Bai Paul Baker Vaughn Baker Sherri Ball Barbara Barney Ruthie Beam Bernie & Patricia Beaver Gary & Nancy Bechanan Michelle Bechtold John & Loma Bergen Ronald & Elise Blanchette Jeff Bleecker Kevin & Debi Blocker Mary Blumhagen Pauline & Paul Bono Interact Club of Booker Middle School (FL) Dale Bowers David & Linda Boyd Steven & Frances Briggs Bright Funds Foundation Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Helen Brooks Thomas & Delores Brooks John & Mary Jean Brown Jeff Brueggeman Tom and Katy Burns Ann Bush Alexander & Joyce Carasa Jim & Nancy Carriere Tim Carver Riksene Cavanaugh Central Lutheran Foundation Susan Chatlos-Susor & Thomas Susor Ramesh Chaudhari Bianca Cheney Cherbec Advancement Foundation Brendon & Shari Cheves Wayne Chiles Janice Chow & Allen Ng William H. Cilker Family Foundation Wesley Clanton Donald & Ellen Clark

Codigo 1530 Tequila Gary & Betty-Jean Cole Robert Collector & Pam Scott Daniela & Ralph Combe Compco Industries Robert Conklin ConocoPhillips Company Rita Cooper Amy Corbett George & Janice Costaras Dr. Baldemar and Mrs. Susan Covarrubias Jesie Crain Crum & Forster Culligan Southwest Inc Albert Currie Larry Curtis Bradley & Ann Davids Billy & Marilyn Deames William Deanhardt & Sandra Milan Jean DeRosa Thomas & Donna Deuson Anthony DeVico James DiNardo Dr. Nancy H. Dodge Jean Dormann Judith Douglass William & April Dowd Dick Droese Bruce & Julie Dunbar William & Margaret Durall David Durdan Keri Duree Joseph & Paula Eash Ralph Edler Pamela Edwards Elm Lake Cranberry Co., Inc. Tim & Dawne Erhart Frank & Kathleen Erickson Michael Ertel Rami Fakhouri Carolyn Fenwick Anastasia Fernands Suzanne & Tom Ferrio Dr. Thomas Filardo and Dr. Nora L. Zorich Orlene Fingerman The First Congregational Church of Litchfield, CT First Presbyterian Church (OH) First Presbyterian Church of Ambler (PA) First Presbyterian Church of Clarence (NY) First Presbyterian Church of Fairbury (IL) Read Fleming David & Christine Forward G A Fowler Family Foundation Laura Foy Charitable Fund Greg & Suzzanne Franz Edwin & Tamara Freed Fred Fuess III Jacquelyn & Gene Fuller Sharon & Bob Fulton Mark & Michele Gainer Don Galloway Lois Ganzi Douglas & Sharlene Gardner Dr. Michael and Mrs. Karen Gemma

Allen & Roberta Gersho Luc Gervais Tracy Gibbons Peter & Margaret Gill Julie Gladsjo Christie & John Glanville Globallink of the North Country Inc. Barbara Godard Lillian Gola John & Beth Gooch Mary Gordon Karlith Gorka Richard Graham Jr Grand Island Express David & Joyce Grant Tom & Marie Grant Gratitude Fund Reverend and Mrs. Christopher Gray Francis J Greenburger Foundation Stephen & Polly Greene David & Nancy Greenwood Joanne Gronley Nicholas & Pam Hackett Renate Haeckler Steve & Laurie Hafener J. Edward Hall Hallberg Family Foundation Hammel, Green and Abrahamson, Inc. Robert Hanna Maroof Haque & Roisin McGlynn Ronald Hays Hilary & Jan Hedman David & Sharon Heitzman Bruce & Cindy Heller Michael & Jean Helmick Marilyn Henry Hermsmeyer Family Fund Joanne Heroy-Giller Karen Hickman Eric & Beverly Hill Gordon Hill Elaine Holder Hollione Fund John Hommeyer Cynthia Hosick Mark & Ellen Hudson Lynn Hunt IBM Employee Services Center Independent School District No. 284 (MN) Interact Club at Marblehead High School (MA) Interact Club of Adams City High School (CO) Interact Club of Bluffton High School (SC) Interact Club of Branford High School (FL) Interact Club of Butte (MT) Interact Club of Chelsea (MI) Interact Club of Chimacum High School (WA) Interact Club of Council Rock North High School (PA) Interact Club of Griffith Middle School (CA) Interact Club of Iowa Park High School (TX) Interact Club of J. Frank Hillyard Middle School (VA) Interact Club of Kettle Run High School (VA) Interact Club of Lincoln-Woodstock (NH) Interact Club of Pahrump Valley High School (NV) Interact Club of Prior Lake High School (MN) SHELTERBOX USA | ANNUAL RE P OR T 2 0 1 9

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Interact Club of Roy C. Ketcham (NY) Interact Club of Royal Oak (MI) Interact Club of Taos (NM) Interact Club of Thomas Jefferson High School (PA) Leslie & Christopher Irish Evans Patricia Iverson Gerald & Dorothy Iwerks Sally Jenkins Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies Matching Gifts Program Dan Johnson Steven Johnson Emily Jones Debra Juchartz Doris Juchartz Steven & Nancy Kassel John & Jenifer Keane F. Joseph & Rosemary Kehoe Christina Kennedy & John Sorteberg John & M. Dolores Kent Kenyon Family Foundation Trust Carla Kessler Brian Kimsey Jane Kinghorn Barbara Kolbe Koppel Family Fund Thomas & Mary Korsan Cosette Kosiba Paul & Mary Kristynik Larry Kugler David Kukulinsky Floyd & Betty Lou Lancia Mary Anne & Michael Lantieri Eric Lawrence Evan Lebson Beverly Len David Lennert Abby & Micheline Levine David Lewis & Alison McHale Thomas Lewis Margaret Leydic-Boyd Miriam Lezak Beth Linderman & Robert Kimball Katherine Livengood Longways Diner Loudonville Presbyterian Church (NY) LuminAID Angie & C. David Lundin Jon & Beth Lundy Lonna Lysne William MacKay Delpha Macy Anne Magoun Kathryn & Tim Mahaffy Ruth Mansukhani Joseph Masington Robert & Kay Mason Kathleen Massoth & Marshall Edmonson Robert Mathai Helen & Jeffrey Mattox John & Lucille Mayo Nita Louise Kellam Mayo Janice McCabe Jim & Linda McCarthy

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Michael McCormack Timothy & Sonya McCully Karen McDaniels Donald & Mary McDowell James McElroy David & Sarah McKenney Gayle McMillen Bruce Mcroy & Cathy Cash Eileen & James McVey Norbert & Mary Jo Melnick Mary Kay Melton Terry Mendenhall Family Charity Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation Dr. Alexander Mesrobian Lew Meyer Mark & Linda Midyett Millbrook High School (NY) James & Donna Miller Thomas & Cheryl Miller Fiona Minney Theresa Mohan & Peter Moskowitz Steve Morreale Christopher & Jeannine Morris Tami & Tim Mulcahy Geri Murphy Melissa Murray Jeff Nagel & Judy Arnold Naponelli Family Giving Fund David & Deborah Neuroth Janice Newburn Bruce & Linda Nicholson JoEmily and Daniel Nieuwsma Rotary Fund Niskayuna Reformed Church (NY) James Noonan & Anne Marthy-Noonan Northbrook United Methodist Church (IL) Northern New York Community Foundation, Inc. Richard & Diane Norwood Michael & Judith O'Toole Kathleen & Eric Olsen Brooke Olson Erna Page-Meltzer Larry Palant & Mona Sussman Amy & David Palmer Clark Peterson Donna Petrocco The Phantom Laboratory, Inc. Martha & William Pierce Carol Pierson-Jones Judy Pigott William & Gwen Pogue Ellen Posel Julia & Joe Powell Rosaleen Power Stuart & Estelle Price Daniel Pritchett & Sara Manning Terry Quinn Dr. Timothy Raykovich RC Palmore, Inc Leonard Reed R. Ryan & Lorinda Reinhold Gillian Rhoads RI District 6060 (MO) RI District 7505 (NJ) Richfield United Church of Christ (OH)

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