SOS Children’s Villages is a home for 82,000 children worldwide. To enable us to care for the children already in our programmes and reach more, we have tied up with some of the world’s biggest corporates.
Our partners support our efforts in providing homes for children in need all over the world. With a diverse portfolio of different companies across various sectors who believe in our work, SOS Children’s Villages has continued being one of the leading name in alternative child care worldwide.
SOS Children’s Villages Gulf Area Office works with each corporate partner to build and customize a program which advances their corporate objectives as well as our mission.
There are many ways we can work together:
- Corporate social responsibility partnership
- Cause-related marketing campaign
- Regular or one-time corporate donation
- Employee engagement initiative
DEUTSCHE POST DHL, A CONTINUOUSLY GROWING PARTNERSHIP
“In our cooperation with SOS Children’s Villages
we have jointly developed an approach on how
to support marginalized young people during the
critical transition from education to employment.
It is fantastic to see the young people benefitting
from the experience of our employees and the
opportunities offered enhancing their confidence
and self-esteem. In 14 currently active partnerships
with SOS Children’s Villages in Africa, Latin
America and Asia, we are empowering more and
more young people to achieve an independent and
Frank Appel, CEO Deutsche Post DHL
AN INNOVATIVE PARTNERSHIP
“BT takes great pride in working with SOS Children’s Villages. We’ve connected 20 sites in 10 African countries via BT’s global satellite network. We estimate that the ability to connect has had an immediate and direct impact on 100,000 people who, thanks to access to the internet, now have better communications, improved medical care and education. Our relationship with SOS Children’s Villages demonstrates the global reach of BT’s commitment to creating a connected society and improving lives around the globe. It forges good links in the community and has also led to the engagement of BT staff in volunteering and fundraising initiatives.” Liz Walker, BT Global Volunteering lead.