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  • The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit an SOS Children’s Village  © Adam Vallance / Kensington Palace

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit an SOS Children’s Village

    On October 17, 2019, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the SOS Children’s Village in Lahore, Pakistan. During the visit, the royal couple read to children at a story time session, spent time with an SOS family, and spoke with SOS alumni.

    “We’ve had such an amazing time walking around this village and learning about all your lives. We have been really moved and touched by what we’ve seen and by the happy home you’ve made,” The Duchess of Cambridge said during her visit.

  • Luna smiling and holding flowers.

    Luna's Bright Future

    Luna is taking full advantage of the support she has received from SOS Children's Villages.

  • Event card for SOS/Cirque du Soleil special event on November 12, 2019

    Special Event: SOS and Cirque du Soleil

    November 12, 2019, marks the 50th anniversary of SOS Children’s Villages Canada and we will be celebrating with Cirque du Soleil under the Big Top at Ontario Place in Toronto.

  • SOS kids in full equipment before hockey practice

    The Ice Hockey Crew

    The Nelson Mandela Bay area in South Africa is one of the world’s most dangerous. For a group of friends from SOS Children’s Village Port Elizabeth, they have found refuge in ice hockey.

  • Mr. Ferlin at an SOS emergency shelter.

    A Home for Mr. Ferlin's Family

    A look back at SOS's response on the 1 year anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami that killed over 4,000 in Indonesia on Sept. 28th, 2018.

  • Doki posing for a photo.

    I Am One Among Many

    A look at how the Family Strengthening Program (FSP) in Atakpamé, Togo, is helping improve the lives of people like Doki.

  • Rodah and her SOS Children baking in the kitchen.

    Rodah's Story: Perspective from an SOS Mother

    Rodah shares her thoughts on what it means to be an SOS Mother.

  • Zaki* and Jake working on homework

    Learning Through Games

    How a unique, personalized approach has opened doors for Zaki*.

  • Close up of Solange's* hands breaking bread

    When the Community Says 'No More'

    Violence against children is one of the biggest problems affecting families.

  • Jamal* looking towards the future

    SOS Success Stories: Finding New Hope

    It is estimated that around 2,000 unaccompanied refugee minors come to Austria each year seeking refuge from war, terror, torture and poverty

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