The power of partnerships

When you join forces with SOS Children's Villages, you’re leveraging 75+ years of work with children and young people, a global network of experts and policymakers and a worldwide coalition of passionate suppoters.


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One of the largest child protection and care organizations in the world, SOS works in 130+ countries and territories.


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99% of all SOS Children’s Villages are locally registered, locally governed and locally staffed.


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In 2022, we reached 2.5 million children & families through alternative care and family strengthening.


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Every dollar invested in SOS, returns $5 in benefits to society.*

*Average social return on investment (SROI)

Partnership opportunities


Engage employees in meaningful workplace giving

Educate your workforce to understand the issues and activate them to join your company in building greater impact together.

— Employee workplace giving
Become a mentorship partner for young people
— Corporate matching campaigns


Inspire and engage with consumers

Make meaningful connections by inspiring consumers to join you and SOS in taking action to protect children and strengthen families.

— Cause marketing
— Consumer POS donations
— Matching campaigns
— Social media activations

Take action and elevate your brand

Align with a credible partner to increase visibility and amplify shared values.

— Invest in key programs for children​
— Co-design project activities​
— Collaborate as thought partner for children without parental care​

Amplify young voices on your social media channels


Expand your reach

SOS partners also receive branded recognition in key SOS communications, including our website, impact reports, annual reports and social media, amplifying your brand with our unique and global donor base.

Impact focus areas

Tailored to the unique needs of a community, SOS programs are designed to support children and young people in our six areas of expertise.
Statistics represent our services for 2022.

Alternative care

1,479  programs reached 69,200 people, providing holistic, non-institutional, trauma-informed and family-like care to children without parents—keeping biological siblings together.

Family strengthening

768 programs reached 512,500 people, building capacity for families and communities to care for their children.

Emergency response

61 programs reached 1,386,400 people, protecting children during humanitarian emergencies.

Education & youth employability 

126 programs reached 15,500 people, preparing young people for the workforce with skills, training and economic opportunities.

Health care 

47 programs reached 307,200 people, through advocacy, prevention and services providing access to free, high-quality care for children and families.

Girls’ & women’s empowerment

SOS uses a gender lens to inform program design, ensuring women and girls equitable access to programs in their communities.

Feautured partnerships

With support from the Helmsley Charitable Trust, the EduCare program ensures children's health and well-being through education, essential services, and capacity building of caregivers.

Western Union
A partnership with Western Union engages Western Union Foundation in strengthening families and ensuring access to education for young people, particularly girls.

Johnson & Johnson
In Sub-Saharan Africa, one element of our robust partnership with Johnson & Johnson provides disadvantaged youth the opportunity to fulfill their dreams as health care professionals.

Employee engagement through social responsibility: In the U.S., Latin America, Europe and Asia, Hasbro and its employees help children in natural disasters and humanitarian emergencies.


Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

SOS Children’s Villages' work to provide care for children and strengthen families contributes to progress towards the SDGs, including SDG #1: End poverty; #4: Education; #8: Economic empowerment; #10: Reduce inequalities; and #16: Peace and Justice. SOS Children's Villages works to safeguard and protect all children and we advocate for SDG 16.2 and related goals to end all forms of violence against children. 


Additional questions?

For more information, please contact Jenessa Bryan, Director of Partnerships at or (917) 856-9448.