Shoeboxes at home
As things hopefully get back to normal people are still making and collecting things for shoeboxes. With extra time on your hands this is an ideal time for making and collecting things for a shoebox that will make a difference in a child’s life! Use the resources below to get started.
Simon Cooke – Teams4u
Let’s get started!
Please watch this video and use the resources below.
It’s quick and easy to put together a shoebox that can fill a child’s life with joy!View the guide
School Pack download
If you’re at school and creating shoeboxes as part of a class, then pack includes everything you’ll need to get started.Download school pack
Watch our easy to follow videos that’ll show you how to turn an old box into a wonderful gift.Watch the videos
It’s important that your shoebox goes to the child you’ve created it for. So download and fill in these labels to clearly state this.Shoebox labels
“She’d received one at Christmas. And it just told her, that somebody, somewhere, loved her and cared for her enough to put one of these boxes together”Dave Cooke
Jenny Frost one of our volunteers, has created a series of short videos showing you how to create some nifty crafting hacks!Watch craft videos
In December 2019 Teams4u sent distribution teams to Oradea and Danube Delta in Romania.Watch the film
In February 2020 Teams4U sent 1000’s of shoeboxes to a new destination, the poorest country in Europe, Moldova.Watch the film
Teams4U mostly distribute shoeboxes to orphanages in Belarus, see what a difference it makes.Watch the film