Making a difference with a family of strong supporters.
As an international federation, SOS Children’s Villages' programmatic approach closely aligns with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals for 2030.
SOS operates in 135 countries, making it possible to drive impact on key issues in your key markets. 99% of our SOS employees are local hires.
From education to emergency relief, we offer a range of innovative approaches to providing holistic care to at-risk children and their families.
Since 1949, SOS has received several awards and accolades, including nominations for a Nobel Peace Prize.
DRIVE IMPACT WITH INNOVATIVE PROGRAMMING
In the U.S., Latin America, Europe, and Asia, Hasbro and its employees worldwide respond to the needs of children in personal crisis, natural disasters and humanitarian emergencies.
In the U.S., Latin America, Europe, and Asia, Hasbro and its employees worldwide respond to the needs of children in personal crisis, natural disasters and humanitarian emergencies. The power of Hasbro's workforce nurtures recovery, cheer and hope through active volunteerism, local grantmaking, workplace giving, and mentorship, bringing business values full circle through philanthropy. It's been two years since the earthquake in Nepal, and thanks to the Hasbro workforce, our rebuilding and resiliency efforts continue. The company’s comprehensive approach to employee engagement through social responsibility is often cited as a driver of loyalty and retention.
Deeply rooted and trusted in the communities where we work, SOS is often a first line resource helping to facilitate and assist in recovery efforts during times of unexpected tragedy.
Deeply rooted and trusted in the communities where we work, SOS is often a first line resource helping to facilitate and assist in recovery efforts during times of unexpected tragedy. Corporations in support of the SOS Children in Crisis Fund ensure our ongoing response activities can include the provision of relief items, food and shelter, operation of child friendly spaces, psychosocial support, and family reunification services for displaced children. Today, we are actively responding to 20+ emergency situations worldwide, while continuing to rebuild resilient communities and livelihoods in areas still recovering from devastation faced years ago. Join us in saving children and families in crisis.
A partnership with Western Union engages Western Union Foundation in empowering youth and, in particular, girls who often lack access to education.
A multifaceted partnership with Western Union engages the company’s customers, agents, local employees, and the Western Union Foundation in empowering youth and, in particular, girls who often lack access to education or are denied it all together. Western Union achieves part of its commitment to 50,000 women and girls through SOS’s family and community development programming. By stabilizing and strengthening single mother-headed households with a suite of interventions and dedicated case management, we ensure education access for all children and economic self-sufficiency for the family – opening the door to sustainable livelihoods, financial inclusion and the promise of a brighter tomorrow.
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.
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.Through the SOS Nursing and Midwifery Education Program, we provide access to education – and a pathway to employment – for young women and men in places where the ratio of nurses to patients can be 1 to 10,000. Once considered vulnerable themselves, the graduates emerge as leaders, positioned to improve the health of women in their communities by ensuring safe, happy childbirths, the screening and prevention of cervical cancer, and everyday quality medical care for children and families in need.
“Connecting consumers with their values” – Integrated cause-marketing campaigns elevate your company’s CSR priorities and drive meaningful, measurable results. Cause marketing can include in-store marketing and packaging, custom products creation, customer engagement, social media and blogger outreach, and online engagement.
“Engaging your employees around a common mission” — Seeking opportunities to involve your employees in the workplace or around volunteerism? Galvanize the power of your people to effect change around the world with SOS.
“Giving as a community” — Workplace giving is an easy and efficient way to mobilize and celebrate your passionate and purpose-driven workforce. Our digital tools allow your employees to make tax-deductible gifts directly to SOS, while supporting you in recognizing their collective effort by matching donations. SOS is also a registered CFC organization (#10906). To learn more about opportunities that fit your workplace and culture, contact us. There is no amount too small to make an impact.
“Creating value… together” – Partnering with SOS means creating a future for children in need, inspiring youth to achieve their dreams, and building sustainable communities. Partnership can take many forms through SOS’s six areas of focus: girls’ and women’s empowerment, youth empowerment, financial inclusion, education, health and wellness, and disaster response.
“SOS is there before, during and after disaster strikes” — Because SOS is rooted and trusted in the communities where we work, we are often the first line resource helping to facilitate and assist in recovery efforts during times of unexpected tragedy. We are there before, during and after all types of emergencies. Custom microsites are available to delegate SOS as your emergency response partner.
SOS is currently seeking flagship donors to build a much-needed community center in Roosevelt Square Chicago. The center will provide a safe, welcoming space for our children, SOS families, and the broader community to gather and gain access to critical services including clinical therapy, life skills and financial literacy seminars, tutoring and mentorship programs, and parent trainings. Naming opportunities are available.