WASHINGTON, D.C., November 1, 2021 – Today, SOS Children’s Villages USA launches its “No Child Alone” campaign for the holiday season. The campaign will span the month leading up to Giving Tuesday (November 30) and continue through December 31, 2021. “No Child Alone” raises awareness of the fact that 1 in 10 children—220 million children globally—lacks parental care or is at risk of losing it. SOS Children’s Villages USA encourages the public to support the campaign to ensure that no child grows up alone.
The “No Child Alone” campaign includes a video featuring children from all over the world answering: “Show us how your mom or dad cares for you.” SOS Children’s Villages received more than 400 video clips from children who captured these touching moments with their parents.
But the sad reality is that an estimated 10% of children miss out on these moments because they are growing up alone, without anyone to care for them. SOS Children’s Villages believes that every child deserves to feel the joy, comfort and togetherness of family. The “No Child Alone” campaign aims to ensure that every vulnerable child has a loving family and a safe, stable home this holiday season—and all year around.
About SOS Children’s Villages
Established in 1949, SOS Children’s Villages is the world’s largest international nongovernmental organization dedicated to the protection of orphaned, abandoned and other vulnerable children. SOS Children’s Villages envisions a world in which every child belongs to a family and grows up with love, respect and security. The organization strengthens families to prevent child abandonment, provides loving homes for children who lack parental care, educates and empowers children to reach their full potential and advocates for children’s rights so their voices can be heard. Each year, SOS Children’s Villages helps more than one million children and families in 137 countries and territories around the world.
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