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We are very fortunate to have the support of many schools, companies, religious and other community groups and welcome enquiries from other interested parties. SOS Children runs such a variety of projects that we are always able find one to suit your preferences.

We are always keen to recognise the support we receive to help improve the lives of some of the world's most vulnerable and disadvantaged children; below are some of our corporate partners:


HSBC Global Education Trust logo

In November 2006, HSBC announced SOS Children as its main partner for a new USD10 million project aimed at reducing global child poverty and ensuring children receive the necessary skills and education to create successful communities for the future.

Read more about the Future First project and how together HSBC and SOS Children aim to improve the situation for many of the world's most vulnerable children.

Tottenham Hotspur FC

Tottenham Hotspur FC

In early 2007, Tottenham Hotspur FC announced a four-year partnership with SOS Children, which will see the club supporting the new SOS Children's Village in Rustenburg and the organisation's work more generally in South Africa, as well as promoting SOS Children's with orphaned children around the world.

We're very excited to be working with the Premier League club, which is a first in the history of SOS! Look out for forthcoming visits and joint activities with Spurs...

Read more about the Spurs-SOS partnership or about the charity's footballing links.

Shell Aviation

Shell Aviation logo

We are very fortunate to have the long-term support of the staff at Shell Aviation. Over the last three years, staff have taken part in sponsored and family events, including a management team "Iron Man" triathlon, raising well over £100,000 for SOS Children and our work around the world.

Polar First, a Pole-to-Pole helicopter challenge, is being sponsored by Shell Aviation and will be helping to raise awareness about SOS Children's Villages. The team, Jennifer Murray and Colin Bodil, set off on their expedition to the ends of the earth on 5 December - read more about the challenge.


FIFA logo

SOS Children's Villages began working with FIFA, world football's governing body, in 1995 and the partnership continues to grow. For over 10 years, the partnership has been between sport and social responsibility, supporting SOS Children's projects around the world, as well as drawing the attention of football audiences worldwide to the plight of vulnerable and abandoned children.

You can find out more about our partnership with FIFA and all our footballing activities on our main football page.

FIFA-SOS Children's Villages partnership logo

The high point of the partnership so far, was FIFA and SOS Children's Villages collaboration on "6 villages for 2006", the Official Charity Campaign of the 2006 World Cup, which raised over £12m globally to help orphaned and abandoned children. Read more about "6 villages for 2006".

Active Hotels

active hotels

Active Hotels works with SOS Children by sponsoring the SOS Children's Villages in Hungary. All contributions from Active Hotels help to fund the 3 villages' holidays for the year, making sure that all the children in our care can have a well-deserved break.

Active Hotels also helps to raise awareness of SOS Children through its website which is visited by millions of internet users each month.

Gate Gourmet

Gate Gourmet

One of the world’s largest flight catering companies supports SOS Children internationally. Gate Gourmet UK and their employees organize fundraising days to raise funds for specific SOS projects.

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