If you run or work for a small business we understand that you’re pulled in many different directions, so it means a lot to us that you’d like to create a positive impact that expands far beyond the work you do.
It’s never been easier for you to sustainably support us. By pledging your donation via our Work for Good page, you can join a growing community of like-minded businesses, by donating in a legal, simple and sustainable way that works for you.
You can choose the amount and frequency, plus with no minimum (or maximum!) donation amount, you can give as you grow.
To support us through your sales, you must have a Commercial Participation Agreement, which is created through the Work for Good donations form. Once this agreement is in place, you’ll be able to publicise your giving and share your support for SOS Children’s Villages.
We’d love to join you on your journey as you use your small business for good. Kickstart your fundraising by signing up and creating your first agreement here.
If you’d like to speak to us further about this, contact our Corporate Partnerships team by email at email@example.com or give us a call on 01223 365 589.
Examples of impact from some of our current SME supporters
Humble Warrior, creators of healthy fizzy soft drinks, donate 2% of their annual sales to support villages in Sri Lanka, where founder Rosh is from.
DeMellier, a luxury handbag brand, through their initiative ‘A Bag A Life’, donate per bag sold to fund lifesaving vaccines and medical treatments.
Tomasz Donocik, an award-winning fine jewellery designer, designed a bracelet in the colours of the Ukrainian flag and donates 100% of profits from these sales to our Ukrainian Emergency Response appeal.
From Babies with Love, the gifting brand that donates 100% profit to vulnerable children globally, supporting children in our village communities all over the world.
Shelk Wear, a sustainable children’s clothes creator, donates 5% of the retail price of each item.