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Fundraising posters

Here you can find a selection of posters to help you promote your fundraising event for SOS Children. The posters are designed to show the work we do and are a fantastic way to attract support. Just click on an image to download.

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Landscape posters

The posters below contain text giving a brief outline of our work. They are often used for corporate fundraising events, but you are welcome to download them for your own event.

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Bringing learning within reach

Education is key to breaking the cycle of poverty and helping new generations build a better future. This poster explains the importance of education and outlines what we are doing to bring learning closer to children who would otherwise miss out on school.

 
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Creating strong, caring communities

A big part of our work is in working with communities to stop parents abandoning their children. This poster explains what we do to keep families together and outlines how we help those children who have been orphaned or abandoned.

 
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Improving healthcare and saving lives

Half the children who die before reaching the age from five die of preventable diseases including diarrhoea. This poster explains how our vaccination programmes halt needless child death for children in our Villages and the wider community.

 
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Making a difference

We deliver our work in a wide variety of ways, from collaborating with communities to hold families together, to providing a loving family for children who have lost their parents. This poster summarises the breadth of our work from the provision of healthcare to education and vocational training.

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