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Support Orphans in Southern Africa

Stichting SOSA

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A proudly South African (JP Skinner) and his Dutch wife (Renate Vink) have been collecting donations and second hand clothing in Haarlem for orphans in Southern Africa since 2006. We have registered a Foundation in the Netherlands named Stichting SOSA (Support Orphans in Southern Africa). There are many children in Southern Africa that have lost parents due to HIV/Aids. The orphanages and organisations that give these children a home need as much support as possible. The foundation consists of enthusiastic volunteers whose purpose is to support children in every way possible. Since 2006, Foundation SOSA in Haarlem shows how fast and direct we use the donations for specific materials to support specific organisations. Before the Foundation was set up South African, JP Skinner and his Dutch wife, Renate Vink, set out collecting donations personally for the orphanages. SOSA Support has always used 100% of the donations for the children, and only for the children. You cannot get a more direct way for your donation to reach the children. There are no hidden costs, all SOSA Support Ambassadors and Board Members support the children on a voluntary basis.

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Current projects

February 2021: Community organic garden to feed 100 children every week SOSA Support started working with Sophia’s community organic garden to feed 100 children (ages 4 to 6) every week with fresh vegetables and baked bread. The children at the Ocean View Care Centre are given a warm meal everyday before going home. We are ensuring that no child goes to bed hungry while supporting the local community. Video credits to: Our City News #communitysupport #ittakesavillage

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