November 9 2022 :
People tend to apply what they learn in childhood to their parenting years. Those who grew up in care and compassion are bound to give that same love to their own children when they become parents.
Juvy is but one of many people from SOS Children’s Villages who learned not only to be independent, but to use the life she built to give her children the love she received.
October 3 2022 :
Lipa City, Batangas – SOS Children’s Villages Philippines in Lipa held the HIBLA Hair Fashion Show in partnership with Henkel and other organizations and groups last September 16, 2022. It’s a means of showcasing local talents and products, as well as charity fundraising.
September 21 2022 :
Alabang, Muntinlupa City – Last September 8, 2022, Optum, Inc. paid a short visit to SOS Children’s Villages Philippines as part of their social corporate responsibility.
September 19 2022 :
Lipa City, Batangas — In partnership with SOS Children’s Villages Philippines, Allianz PNB Life Insurance conducted the Kaagapay Program in Lipa last September 1, 2022. The Kaagapay Program aims to teach financial literacy and aid families with microinsurance, and their first run was for select communities in Lipa, Batangas.
August 31 2022 :
Engaging in sports is important to a child’s development. For almost everyone, it improves health and physical abilities, and for some, it builds confidence and self-esteem. But most of all, engaging in sports opens opportunities in life.
Many of our youths who participate in sports have shown interest in rugby when it was first introduced to some of the villages. Some of them intend to pursue a coaching career in rugby in the foreseeable future. Needless to say, engaging in sport has sparked inspiration in some of our youth.
“You cannot take a lot of things from SOS once you leave the program except education, so treasure it as much as you can.”
Every child who lived in and left SOS Children’s Villages Philippines have been told this by their mothers and mentors. Finishing your studies opens up possibilities for a brighter future, cliché as it sounds.
Mayang is one of many children who forged their future with the education they have. Her education helped her create and realize a deep-seated dream in her youth. With everything she learned and worked hard for, she wanted to share the blessing and support SOS had given her.
August 12 2022 :
Muntinlupa City, August 12, 2022 – SOS Children’s Villages Philippines, a nongovernment organization dedicated to providing long-term alternative care to neglected and abandoned children, is pleased to announce that PayPal has selected the organization to receive a Community Impact Grant of $20,000 to continue their important work in socially and economically empowering women in our Family Strengthening Program (FSP).
July 29 2022 :
Keeping children strong and healthy when there are limited options can be challenging. With prices rising on most food products, families have to adjust their meals to keep them balanced while still affordable.
July 13 2022 :
Hi, I am Ian and I am a youth from SOS Children’s Villages in Davao!
In this article, I am sharing my takeaways from the 2022 Summer Youth Camp. The camp's theme was "Kinabuhi ug Kadasig, Kaya Nako Ni!" which translates to "Life and Motivation, I Can Do It!"
The camp aimed to uphold courage, resilience, and teamwork among the youth. Before I begin, let me give you a brief background about summer youth camps.
July 11 2022 :
Promoting gender inclusivity and creating safe spaces for members of the LGBTQ+ community have tremendously become more prominent. Discussions and decisions revolving around gender, sexuality, and safe spaces are relevant concerns too for our children and youth if we want to protect them.
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