SOS Africa Charity News

Welcome to the SOS Africa Charity News Section. Our volunteers will keep this page regularly updated with non-profit news and developments from our African charity. Updates will also be posted on our Facebook and Twitter pages and posts from the SOS Africa Children are frequently uploaded to the 'SOS Africa Children's Blog.' If you have any questions about our African education charity or would like to get more involved, please don't hesitate to contact us...

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    Love the Farm, Leave NO Trace: SOS Africa Assists Glastonbury Festival Clean-Up 02.Jul.2014

    Have you ever attended Glastonbury Festival and wondered how it could be, that after hosting one of the biggest party’s in the world with around 170,000 people in attendance,...

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    Former South Africa Womens International Footballer and Manager Lydia Monyepao to Run the Comrades for SOS Africa 20.May.2014

    Every underprivileged young child deserves a chance to escape poverty and the daily hardships they are faced with to discover a whole new world of opportunity. “Education is the...

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    SOS Africa Charity Society Founded in Munster, Germany 29.Apr.2014

    Hi everybody! We are a group of about 20 students from Munster in Germany and together we organise different fundraising campaigns in order to collect money for SOS Africa. The...

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    SOS Africa Charity Shop Celebrates 1 Year in Business and 161 Years of School Tuition Raised! 28.Apr.2014

    Today we are celebrating the one year anniversary of the SOS Africa Charity Shop in Shepton Mallet. It has been an amazing year, with some incredible highs for us here at the...

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    SOS Africa to host Charity Abseil from Glastonbury Festivals Pyramid Stage 09.Apr.2014

    Over the course of the two day fundraising event, thanks to the support of Michael Eavis and the Glastonbury Festival organisers, fundraising teams of six from across the country will...

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