To recognize the women who bring their leadership and expertise to SOS Children’s Villages Canada, we asked our board members to share why they volunteer their time and skills to our cause.
Tue / April 02 / 2019
Wed / March 27 / 2019
“Nothando was about nine years old then, and so I explained to her that I would be her new mother, and that I would take good care of her. From there on, our bond grew and got stronger each day”
Wed / March 20 / 2019
More information on the catastrophic Tropical Cyclone Idai, which hit South-Eastern Africa on March 14, 2019.
Fri / March 15 / 2019
Meet Kareem* and Kamal, two SOS success stories from inside Syria, as the on-going civil war ravaging the nation enters its 9th year.
Wed / March 13 / 2019
Tantie bagage is a widespread child labour practice in Côte d’Ivoire, affecting mostly young girls. In Yamoussoukro, these young girls get the opportunity to leave this back-breaking work and receive an education and vocational training.
Thu / March 07 / 2019
SOS Children's Villages Canada is proud to celebrate International Women's Day 2019 and recognize some of the women who make a world of difference.
Fri / March 01 / 2019
A heartfelt thank you letter from Nobhule Mohlala, an SOS Children's Villages alumni.
Tue / February 26 / 2019
Taylor shares her thoughts about the importance of family and the potential of giving through SOS Children's Villages Canada.
Tue / February 19 / 2019
YouthCan! supports young people who have lost parental care or are at risk of losing it to successfully transition from school to decent work and to an independent life.
Mon / February 11 / 2019
SOS Children's Villages Canada is saddened by the loss of Hon. Michael Wilson.