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Memorable Moments from SOS Africa 2016
21 Dec 2016
What a year it has been for the SOS Africa Staff and Children. Why not join us on a brief trip down memory lane as we look at the SOS Africa Charity's 2016 highlights...
SOS Africa's first child, Mavis Madie graduates from High School
The SOS Africa Children throw a big party to celebrate Mavis's achievements
SOS Africa's Ofentse leads the field at the Mafikeng Primary School Athletics Competition
Claudia helps SOS Africa Children create a "Where in the World do our Sponsors Live" Mural
Matt and Claudia receive a warm welcome from SOS Africa's Children in Grabouw
SOS Africa Launches New Education Programme in the Western Cape
Students from Winchester College Visit SOS Africa's Western Cape Education Programme
SOS Africa's Grabouw Children visit the beach after achieving excellent school reports
Swansea University Staff and Students abseil 150ft and raise £10,000 for SOS Africa
2 year old Andrew completes 150ft charity abseil for SOS Africa
The SOS Africa Charity Children's Special Olympics Blog Projects
SOS Africa Charity Children in Grabouw enjoying extra-curricular activities
SOS Africa's Frome Firewalk Fundraiser
35 Fearless Firewalkers raise over £7000 for the SOS Africa Children
SOS Africa Charity Libraries Introduced to Aftercare Centre's in Western Cape
Insurance Company Cover and Legal becomes new SOS Africa Corporate Sponsor
SOS Africa Children bid farewell to Aftercare Manager "Miss Chloe"
What a special year it has been as the SOS Africa family grows and new friendships are formed... Here's to many more in 2017.
Merry Christmas from the SOS Africa Staff and Children in Mafikeng, Grabouw and Tereo
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