– February 4 2021
New eShop coming soon!
To celebrate Valentine's Day, #giveAsurprise to those who need it most.
We are thrilled to share an exciting announcement with you. SOS Children's Villages USA will launch a brand new eShop on February 13...just in time before Valentine's Day!
Our eShop will offer symbolic gifts you can dedicate to vulnerable children and families around the world. Donate a symbolic gift like a teddy bear for a child to cuddle, therapy to help a child heal from trauma or vaccinations to protect a child in Africa against the measles.
By purchasing a symbolic gift through our eShop, you will be making a donation to SOS Children's Villages USA. Each gift in the shop represents the cost of a resource, service or support that is carried out by SOS Children's Villages programs throughout the globe. Your donation will be used to provide vital assistance in the regions where it is most urgently needed, which is subject to change due to the environment, social and economic necessities of those areas.
With your support, SOS provides loving homes to orphaned and abandoned children—and your donation will ensure that a vulnerable child can thrive. So save the date for February 13 to give a gift of love that can change a child's life forever!
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About SOS Children’s Villages
SOS Children’s Villages builds loving, stable families for orphaned, abandoned and other vulnerable children in 136 countries and territories, including the United States. In addition to providing family-based care for kids who would otherwise grow up along, SOS supports struggling families so that children can stay with their parents and helps at-risk teens navigate the road to adulthood. Through family strengthening programs, long-term care for children, education, job skills trainings and emergency relief efforts, SOS provides life-changing support to millions of children and families worldwide each year.
Learn more about our work in 136 countries around the world.