Stories & Updates
We don’t often think that the lack of clean water could expose children to traffickers, but there is a direct line between the lack of water and trafficking. Communities that do not have access to water struggle with illness and are underdeveloped. Traffickers prey on these communities because they are desperate, can be easily tricked and do not have the resources needed to go looking for missing children.
A lot of the subjects we tackle at SOS are heavy and hard to explain to children. As a multi-generational organization, we’ve seen the amazing thing that happens as generations engage together to build community and love others. We value the work of investing in our children to build their hearts and worldview. We want to raise children who love big and want to change the world.