The Orphan Society of America
The Orphan Society of America (OSA) provides social and educational support to individuals orphaned by violence.
Each year in the United States, thousands of children and adolescents are orphaned by violence. These orphans lose their parent/s spontaneously and unnaturally as a result of homicide, suicide, war, disaster, and sudden death accidents.
Before OSA was created, no organization in America existed for the purpose of providing services, educational resources, raising awareness, and advocating on behalf of orphans of violence.
There are thousands of children losing parents to violence and other tragedies in America each year, and OSA is here to help them.
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