Share Your Voice - Social Media Toolkit

SOS Children’s Villages believes that every child deserves a loving home. For over 65 years, SOS has been helping orphaned, abandoned and other vulnerable children by providing them with the love and long-term support they need to shape their own futures. But, we need your help to get the word out there, so that we can help more children in need.

Social media is a great way to connect with people like YOU—we want to hear from our supporters! That’s why we created this new Social Media Toolkit page to help you get more involved. By using your voice to help spread the word about SOS, you are making a difference to vulnerable children around the world.

Here are some easy ways that you can get involved:


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Share these moments to your timeline by clicking on the pictures!
SOS Mothers are the dedicated
women who provide stability and
love for  children 
growing up in
our SOS Villages.

Founded in 1949, SOS Children's
Villages provides children 
with the
love and long-term support they
need to shape their own futures -
a stable family
, quality medical
care and the opportunity to learn.

SOS brothers and sisters laugh
together at the SOS Village in
Bataan, Phillipines.

Emidia (with her youngest
daughter) works as a cook at the
SOS Social Center in Retalhuleu,



SOS Children's Villages is the largest NGO caring for orphaned & abandoned #kids. Follow @SOSChildrenUSA & more at

SOS Children's Villages builds #families for orphaned & abandoned #kids in 134 countries. Follow @SOSChildrenUSA. More

Since 1949 @SOSChildrenUSA has provided #children w/ #love & long-term support they need to shape their own futures


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