Thursday, February 15, 2007

SOS Childrens Village Cebu

SOS Childrens' Village Cebu has been taking care of abandoned and orphaned children for some time now. They have provided hope for these children and giving them a brighter future.

If you go to the place, you will be able to see the children, the staff and the friendly Nanays. One Nanay is assigned for every house that takes care of a specific number of children. She will act as a mother for the children under her care.

If you have time, come and visit the institution some time.

Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Subscribe to SOS - Newsletter

SOS Children's Villages are all over the world.

If you want to receive updates, and any programs they are planning, click here to subscribe to their international newsletter.

Learn How to Become An SOS Sponsor

If you want to make a difference in the lives of the SOS children, you can help them out with their Education, Meal, and Medical Needs.

One can either be an individual sponsor.. Click on this link to know more...

For group sponsorships, click here...

Don't miss out on an opportunity to help, and make a difference in the lives of these children.

57th SOS Day Celebration!

Last June 24, 2006 the seven SOS Children's Villages in the Philippines celebrated their 57th SOS Day.

They had a mass, and other villages had musical presentation. Local sponsors were invited for the celebration.

It was a fun day for all, especially for the SOS Children. Click on this link for more details...

Thursday, September 21, 2006

SOS Children's Villages mourns death of Italian nurse in Mogadishu

Dear Friend of SOS Children's Villages,

SOS Children's Villages mourns death of Italian nurse in Mogadishu.

Three Italian nurses working for SOS Children's Villages evacuated fromSomalia.

SOS Children's Villages mourns the tragic death of Italian Sister Leonella Sgorbati, 66, who was responsible for the setting up andoperation the nursing school at the SOS Hospital in Mogadishu, the only hospital with a functioning maternity ward and gynaecological care facility in Somalia. >>more...

source: SOS newsletter

Friday, July 28, 2006

A Brief History of SOS Cebu

click on this link...

You'll get to have an idea on how they came about, and what they are doing for the children who are under their care.

New Weblog from SOS Children's Villages Uganda - from SOS Newsletter

"Latest News from SOS Children's Villages, 28 July 2006

In his blog Francis Luyera, village director of SOS Children's Village Kakiri in Uganda, lets you see inside the village and take part in the activities of SOS Children's Villages in Uganda.

He gives you timely, reliable and interesting news of local events.Read here:"

Visit the blog, it's an interesting one...

Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Overcoming Adversity - SOS Ayala-Alabang

from the archives of The Freeman:

“Are you nervous?” asked Mr. Bautista.
“No, sir,” replied Harris.
“By the way, what is the name of the orphanage you came from?”
“SOS Children’s Village, sir.”
Yes, Harris is different from other PAL pilots (who are not customarily presented to the company president before taking their first flight) because he demonstrated determination to be where he is now after a life of struggle to free himself from the clutches of mendicancy.

More here..

Monday, September 19, 2005

SOS Children’s Villages provide ‘homes’ for Filipino children

from the archives of the Manila Bulletin:

MUNTINLUPA CITY — Austria’s Save our Souls (SOS) Children’s Villages in the country have been providing homes to homeless Filipino children for nearly four decades now.

There are seven of these villages in the country. The first one was built in Lipa, Batangas in 1967 with the assistance of the Austrian embassy. The other villages are located in Manila, Cebu, Davao, Calbayog, Tacloban and Iloilo.

More here...

Sunday, September 18, 2005

SOS is all over Phils..


Mission Statement:To provide orphaned and abandoned children with a new family and home until they achieve self-reliance and are able to make their own way of life; To provide low-cost but quality pre-school education.

More here..

Also SOS Children's Village is listed as one of the institutions under the Archdiocese of Cebu..