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November

Published: Tuesday, 13.11.2018

Our kids meet Modrić, Rakitić, Vrsaljko… what joy!

The children from our SOS Children's Villages recently had an experience they will remember as long as they live. They had the honour of attending the awarding ceremony to pay tribute to the Croatian national team for becoming World Cup vice-champions.

 Accompanied by their SOS mothers, directors of SOS Children's Villages Lekenik and Ladimirevci and the national director of the Association, our children arrived in the office of the Croatian president Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović on Pantovčak excited, but more than ready for the big meeting. Dressed in Croatian national team jerseys, they patiently watched as all members of the Croatian national team received their medals from the President.

But the real fun began after the official ceremony. Despite the big crowds, our kids practically blazed their way to their football idols to ask them for signed photos.

In addition to taking photos with Modrić, Subašić, Vrsaljko, Kalinić, Pjaca and other footballers, they also immortalized the moment by posing for pictures with the President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović.

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Published:
Wednesday, 13.11.2019

We are reading fairy tales for 24 hours non-stop!

Tomorrow at noon SOS Children's Village Lekenik launches its traditional event – 11th Millennium Fairy Tale Read-A-Thon – during which we read fairy tales and children’s stories without stopping.

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Published:
Thursday, 31.10.2019

Our children look after the environment

The SOS Children's Village Ladimirevci hikers, both children and grown-ups, took part in the “Don’t Be A Sap, Plant A Tree” campaign, thus contributing to making Croatia greener and combating climate changes.

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Published:
Tuesday, 29.10.2019

We celebrate 70 years of SOS Children's Villages worldwide

In honour of the 70th anniversary of our umbrella organization SOS Children`s Villages International, we held a conference ‘Recognize, Care, Be Proud!’ – On Children in Alternative Care.

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