For the next two months we will walk, run, cycle,… towards those 384,400 kilometers. This in support of SOS Children's Villages. This organization is active worldwide with concrete projects in several countries where we are also locally represented with Unilin and IVC.
Join our #happyworkout for SOS Children's Villages!
Take up our sporting challenge for charity in the next two months together with your colleagues. Walk, hike, run, cycle... 384,400 kilometres towards the moon. Put your best sporting foot forward and accumulate kilometers to support ‘SOS Children’s Villages’. Our #happyworkout for SOS Children’s Villages starts on Monday 12 April and concludes on Sunday 13 June. Register your team today. Every team must consist of 8 to 12 colleagues; these can be direct colleagues or colleagues from one of the other sites worldwide. 1 person registers the team and the other team members can join later. Try to accumulate as many kilometers as possible together, ... and, if you wish to, have your friends or family sponsor you when doing so. Naturally our Unilin/IVC group will also make a contribution after the successful conclusion of the campaign. Now let’s chalk up to the moon in aid of SOS Children’s Villages!
SOS Children’s Villages, because no child should grow up alone
Growing up in our modern world can be very difficult sometimes, especially for children who are forced to do so without the support of a family. One in ten children worldwide grow up without access to the care, protection and guidance they need. SOS Children’s Villages helps keep families together and provides alternative care when necessary. They make sure every child has access to education and training, they support youths on their journey to independence and champion children’s rights. The organisation has an active presence in more than 100 countries worldwide and works with children, youths and families on a local level. SOS Children’s Villages has active projects in several UNILIN countries including Belgium, Russia, Brazil and the Czech Republic.Visit SOS Children’s Villages, because no child should grow up alone