Caldic supports SOS Children's Villages' work in Ukraine
Photo: Matthias Ziegler
The war in Ukraine has created a humanitarian disaster and poses an immediate and growing threat to many of the children in the country. At the moment, SOS Children's Villages is working hard to evacuate children in residential institutions in risk zones and to relocate foster families. The need for help is enormous and we invite all employees to contribute.
So if you want and can contribute – small or large – everything counts!
100 SEK = approx. 10 EUR
Hundreds of thousands of children are affected by the conflict in Ukraine
Russia's invasion of Ukraine will have enormous consequences, especially for the children.
SOS Children's Villages has been working in Ukraine since before the outbreak of the conflict in the eastern parts in 2014. In 2003, the family-strengthening program was started, and in 2010 the first children's village was opened in Brovary, in the Kyiv region. SOS Children's Villages started working in the Luhansk region in the eastern parts in 2012, and has supported children and families on both sides of the contact line since 2014.
SOS Children's Villages works to ensure that children grow up in safety. They support children and families in crisis areas, strengthen families so that parents are not forced to give up their children - and provide family-like care for children who have lost their parents or for various reasons can not stay with their family.
Together we can ensure that no child grows up alone. That they instead grow up with close relationships so that they can become their strongest selves.