Why To Support SOS

Why partnering with SOS Children’s Villages Jordan?

  • You can rely on our history and trust in our success. We have been working in Jordan for more than 30 years! We are an integral part of the Jordan´s community and have a proven record of trust, accountability and success.
  • You can contribute to the sustainable development of Jordanian society. We work on reuniting children with their families, as well as implementing the community houses concept that aims at enhancing the children’s integration in the community.
  • You can position your corporate as a partner of an internationally and nationally respected NGO. SOS Children’s Villages International is a trusted NGO working in 136 countries for more than 70 years.

In addition to helping vulnerable children and families, a partnership with SOS Children’s Villages Jordan can provide corporate social responsibility benefits to your business in various ways:

Strengthen your Corporate Branding

  • Demonstrate your corporate social responsibility commitment among key stakeholders
  • Strengthen your brand through associating your name with a positive, child-friendly cause

  • Increase brand awareness and recognition

  • Attract socially conscious consumers and investors
  • Engage your staff and give them an extra positive energy

  • Donations are tax-exempted, based on an official letter from Income and Sale Tax Department.

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Where does our work cross with the UN Sustainable Development Goals?

We work in the spirit of the UN Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, and we promote these rights around the world. Central to our strategy and work are the UN Sustainable Development Goals.  Through the efforts of SOS Children’s Villages and our many partners, the 17 SDGs embody a driving principle to ensure that no one is left behind in the fight against poverty and inequality. SOS Children’s Villages contributes to SDGs 1, 3, 4, 5, 8, 10, 16 and 17. However, five SDGs – 1, 4, 8, 10 and 16 – are central to our programmes and strategy to ensure the greatest impact of our work and partnerships on children’s lives.