SOS Children's Villages UK
For over 60 years, we have provided orphans and abandoned children with a loving home and a family for life in our Children’s Villages, ensuring their access to education and healthcare. We also provide livelihood, parenting and psycho social support to struggling families, reducing instances of child abandonment and neglect.
|Telephone:||01223 365 589|
|Address:||Terrington House, 13-15 Hills Road, Cambridge|
|Membership type:||Charity <100 staff (£50+VAT pa)|
A global charity
For over 60 years, we have provided orphans and abandoned children with a loving home and a family for life in our Children’s Villages, ensuring their access to education and healthcare. We also provide livelihood, parenting and psychosocial support to struggling families, reducing instances of child abandonment and neglect.
SOS Children in the UK
Based in Cambridge, SOS Children’s Villages UK is a branch of the SOS Children’s Villages international federation, and exists to raise funds and other support for SOS projects around the world (there are none in the UK). Our office is 13-15 Hills Road, and not far from the train station. Before applying, please ensure you have the right to work in the UK.
On Sunday 13th July you could be part of Team SOS Children running this year’s British 10k London Run. The charity has 100 places on this year’s event and would love to have you onboard its 2014 Team.
24 April 2014Read in full
SOS Children would like to thank the Marshall Group for their kind support of its work to help children and families in the Philippines. Their very generous contribution will help the charity continue to provide much-needed care to children whose lives have been turned upside down by last month's typhoon.
18 December 2013Read in full
Millions of people across the central Philippines are without food, shelter or safe drinking water in the aftermath of one of the worst storms ever to make landfall. SOS Children is focusing its relief efforts on the Tacloban area, where many have been left with nothing.
20 November 2013Read in full
While civil war continues to devastate lives in Syria, local friends of international charity SOS Children have rallied to help babies, children and their mothers made homeless by the conflict. Guests heard about the charity’s work with children affected by the war at a fundraising event in Cambridge on 6 September hosted by Sir Charles and Lady Chadwyck-Healey.
2 October 2013Read in full
The role provides administrative support to the Charity in the finance team as well as general office management.
Salary: £10000 - £29000