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Every child deserves to feel safe and loved

When you sponsor a child, you’ll give a child who has lost their family a loving home, the resources they need to thrive and the comfort of knowing that you care.

Sponsor a child today and empower a brave young person with every opportunity to reach their potential!
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A loving home for every child

For more than 75 years and in 130 countries and territories, SOS Children’s Villages is the world’s largest organization focused on ensuring that children and young people without parental care or at risk of losing it grow up with the care, relationships and support they need to become their strongest selves. 

What your donation provides a child or family for an entire month:

  • $17 can provide quality education for a child, including books and supplies.

  • $35 per month allows you to sponsor a child and change their life.

  • $112 can offer healthy food to a family of six.

  • $295 can bring a child who has lost parental care into an SOS Children’s Villages family.

With your support, SOS Children's Villages has been protecting and caring for children and families for more than 75 years, in more than 130 countries and territories, including the United States!

Where you're needed most

Extreme circumstances like natural disasters and war put children at an increased risk of losing parental care and protection when they need it most. With your support, our emergency response teams are able to quickly assess what is needed, and ensure that affected children are cared for and protected. 

You can rush life-saving relief to children in Israel and Palestine

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Help children & families affected by the earthquake in Morocco

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Children in Ukraine need your help

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