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Interested in volunteering with SOS Children's Villages UK?

Do you have some free time? We need people like you to volunteer your time in whatever way you can.

There are many ways you can volunteer for SOS Children’s Village: attending or organising an event, delivering talks to schools and groups in your community, fundraising for us or spreading the SOSUK word. You will be helping us raising awareness and fundraising for vulnerable children around the world.

Volunteering from home: it doesn’t matter where you live or when you have time! We’d love your help with our research projects.

Volunteering at our office: we also have administration opportunities available throughout the year.

Please get in touch. We’d love to hear from you. Your time and skills are important to us. We couldn’t do it without people like you!

"I applied to volunteer at SOS Children's Villages due to a previous passion for development and particularly, an interest in supporting the interests of vulnerable children. After researching the charity, I found that the accountability, transparency and unique direction meant that my time would be well-spent here!"

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SOS Children’s Villages UK opposes discrimination in all its forms, including discrimination on the grounds of gender, race, age, social class, creed, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, physical appearance, disability or special needs.

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Here you'll find the latest news about SOS Children's Villages' work around the world. We also report on issues related to global health and education, development and poverty, and their impact on the communities we support.

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Without our supporters, we could not do this. Whether you are an individual, a school, a company, a trust or a foundation, here you can discover all the best ways to fundraise for us and raise awareness of our work.


You can help children who have lost their parents. They may have been orphaned by AIDS, natural disaster or conflict. Poverty may have forced their parents to give them up, or they may have been separated from their family by war.