SOS relies on the kindness and generosity of Canadians to be able to provide a home for the most vulnerable children of around the world.
By becoming a child sponsor you are helping an individual child in need.
(You will receive a Canadian charitable tax receipt)
SOS Children's Villages in Châteaudun
The corner stone of the SOS Children's Village Châteaudun was laid on 13 November 1998, the construction of the SOS Children's Village was completed in 1999 and the very first SOS families could move to their new homes already in July 1999. The official inauguration of the most recent SOS project in France took place on 14 September 2000 in the presence of the wife of the French President, Mrs. Bernadette Chirac. The SOS Children's Village consists of ten family houses and a community centre where offices and rooms for festivities and all kind of social activities can be found.
The SOS Children's Village in France provides loving homes to orphaned and abandoned children
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