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Theresa und ihre Brüder wachsen im SOS-Kinderdorf Seekirchen auf
Renovation and extension at the SOS Children's Village Seekirchen

New Home for 55 children

Many generations have grown up in the Salzburg SOS Children's Village Seekirchen since 1964.

The individual family houses are very outdated and no longer meet the legal requirements. Water in the basement, little privacy for the children and young people, and increased demand for places make a conversion and extension indispensable. The ground-breaking ceremony has taken place and the children are expected to move in late summer 2021.

In our neighbouring country, more than 2,000 girls and boys grow up in one of the SOS Children's Villages. Overstrain, unemployment, illness, addiction, prison: the reasons why children are abandoned, neglected or abused by their parents are neglected or abused by their parents are many and varied.