The love of a mother for a child who has been orphaned or abandoned is irreplaceable. SOS Children’s Villages employs over 5,000 SOS mothers, inspirational women, who look after 60,000 orphaned and abandone children.
#mumsmatter - join us to celebrate Mother's Day by giving a child a mum [ Soschildrensvillages.org.uk Link ]
BREAKING NEWS – Meet our new friend: Superstar and international DJ/Producer @Martin.Garrix!
To kick off his involvement, Garrix visited an SOS Children’s Village in Cape town, South Africa: “I hope that, with my support, SOS will be able to give much more children the help they need.” #Garrix4SOS
We celebrate our 49th birthday today! 49 years helping vulnerable children and families around the world. We are able to do our work thanks to our supporters and we will continue giving a loving family to every child #nochildalone. Please help us continue our work sosuk.org.uk/donate
Your red hand Counts!
Young people in SOS Children's Village Juba raise their voice by show of red hands to say, no child or young person should be recruited into an armed group. Since fighting began in South Sudan in December 2013, warring factions have been enlisting children into the ranks, using them as child soldiers #ChildrenNotSoldiers #RedHandDay
A powerful earthquake devastated several of Ecuador's coastal communities in April 2016.
The SOS Children’s Villages emergency programme in Ecuador has helped more then 4,500 children and 2,500 families between April and December 2016.
However, thousands of at-risk children and families still need help. Together we can make a difference. ow.ly/AFwF308NIlF
Happy to be back home!
Children from SOS families are back at the SOS Children's Village in Juba. The village, which opened in 2015, was evacuated on July 2016 to keep children and families safe. Read more about SOS Emergency relief programmes [ Bit.ly Link ]
SOS Children's Village will open a new Children's Village in Syria to support severely traumatised children in the war-torn country. [ Soschildrensvillages.org.uk Link ]. Get involved - donate to our emergency fund to help vulnerable children [ Bit.ly Link ]
SOS Children has had the same logo since 1949. Here is what the logo stands for:
The frame – protection and security
The line – stability and reliability
The tree: stands for growing up and hope
The boy and girl – stands for siblings, community and belonging
Learn more about our work and how to get involved: sosuk.org