Strategic partnerships & collaborative relationships

We believe developing key strategic partnerships affords new opportunities to create mutual value and enables us to offer new and enhanced benefits to the clients, organisations and groups we work with

Our ‘3-H’ appeal

Simply put, help us to help ShelterBox to help those who’s lives have been impacted by disasters…



Charity Partner

Our ambition for disasterfutures is to help others benefit from strategically thinking about longer-term issues, with a view to understanding how they can develop and implement actions ‘in the present’ which may reduce the detrimental human impacts of disasters, extreme-events and crises within changing future contexts and environments. However, we recognise many are effected by disasters today and so, where possible, we aim to develop practical ways in which we can more directly support both disaster prevention and relief activity.

We have ‘adopted’ ShelterBox as one of our charity partners and aspire to include appropriate and respectful fundraising opportunities as a key component within our future planned activities and also as a means to promote wider awareness of the disaster relief work the organisation undertakes.


ShelterBox are a UK-based charity dedicated to delivering the essentials people need to begin rebuilding their lives in the aftermath of a disaster:

“ShelterBox is made up of people who believe in shelter as a human right – that shelter from the chaos of disaster and conflict is vital. No ifs. No buts. When people are plunged into crisis, normality is suspended. But good, quality shelter can cut through the chaos. This is why we provide the tools that enable people to rebuild homes and transform their lives

Shelterbox provide aid in the form of ShelterBoxes and ShelterKits:

ShelterBoxes contain family-sized tents specially designed to withstand the elements and provide people with temporary shelter until they are able to start the process of rebuilding a home, and include items that help transform a shelter into a home, like cooking sets, solar lights and activity sets for children

ShelterKits contain a selection of materials, including toolkits, ropes, fixings and heavy-duty tarpaulins, that can be used to make emergency shelters, repair damaged buildings and create the foundations for new homes