ShelterBox Response to Japan and Other Disasters

$38,155 $36,845
Raised Remaining

This project is located in Japan and can also be found under Disaster Recovery.

As of 3/17/11, 120 ShelterBoxes were delivered and 200 more are en route to Bolivia where weeks of heavy rain caused widespread flooding that claimed 50 lives and left thousands more homeless.
Entrada a Colonia Santa Fe, Bolivia
(-16.94004, -64.66808)
As of 3/17/11, 400 ShelterBoxes and 4 Classrooms in a Box were sent to Madagascar. When they arrived in the country they then travelled 1,400km to reach the worst affected areas.
Ikalamavony, Madagascar
(-21.09361, 45.85439)
As of 3/17/11, 444 ShelterBoxes have arrived in Japan & 400 more en route. The team on the ground continues to work around the clock and do everything they can to deliver aid to families who need it.
(38.01932, 135.82890)
28 ShelterBoxes were sent to the tornado victims in the cities of Etna and Denning, Arkansas.
S Cherry St, Altus, AR 72821, USA
(35.42925, -93.75723)
1.244 ShelterBoxes were delivered to the victims of flooding in Colombia.
San Martín, Meta Dept, Colombia
(3.43109, -73.11081)
1,680 ShelterBoxes were delivered to victims of the earthquakes and subsequent tsunami in Japan.
Japan, 県道272号線
(36.69968, 138.95605)
200 ShelterBoxes were delivered to victims of flooding in Bolivia.
Ichilo, Bolivia
(-16.75359, -64.59940)
400 boxes were sent to the victims of the cyclone in Madagascar.
1, Madagascar
(-18.97486, 46.73727)

For more information about Japan, read the Human Development Report on Japan or the Wikipedia entry for Japan.

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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ShelterBox USA

Lakewood Ranch, FL, United States

Project Leader

Tiffany Stephenson

Director of Communications
Lakewood Ranch, Florida United States

Where is this project located?

Map of ShelterBox Response to Japan and Other Disasters