At SOS Children we value the commitment of our supporters who give their time, energy and donations to help the children in our care. On this page are a variety of resources to help you learn more about our work and help raise awareness of SOS Children.
If you are a supporter, you might be interested in subscribing to our twice-yearly magazine or monthly eNews. If you are a teacher, you might find our lesson plans useful. If you want to find out more about our finances, our annual reports are available.
Our accounts and annual reviews are available from our charity accounts section.
Gift Aid Form
If you are a UK taxpayer, completing this Gift Aid form will increase the value of your donation by 25% at no extra cost to you.
Event and Challenge Sponsorship Form
We have an event and challenge sponsorship form if you want to raise money for SOS Children. Please use this form to get friends and family to pledge their donation. Alternatively you can raise money for us on MyDonate, Justgiving or Virgin Money Giving.
We send out an email every month covering all of the events and stories that we think might be of interest to you. If you would like to receive this email please sign up to eNews
Family Matters provides a very special insight into the work of SOS Children.
If you would like to subscribe electronically to our email version, go to our form here.
Download the latest edition of Family Matters in PDF format by clicking on the image to the left or link above.
We send you this handbook when you sponsor an SOS Child or Village. It is designed to help you get the most from your sponsorship and answer any questions you may have.
This Companies brochure is for those interested in learning how SOS Children can work with companies as part of their corporate social responsibilities programmes.
SOS Children and you
This short introduction to the work of SOS Children encapsulates the many ways we support vulnerable families and children, and how you can help.
SOS Children in focus
SOS Children in focus is a two-page fact-sheet giving an overview of our work around the world.
Wikipedia for Schools
This is a child-friendly version of the Wikipedia website. It is available here on the website as well as on a USB memory stick
This is an amazing collection of videos by African children across the continent showing their lives and countries.
See www.pound-a-day.org, a site which helps you to assess your spending.
All our materials on this page are free. For more information or to request any of these materials, please call 01223 365 589 or email email@example.com