The Missing Children’s Network is on The Look-Out For Bons Bons Partners!

The safety and protection of children has been at the heart of our mission since 1985.  This Halloween, the Missing Children’s Network will host its annual awareness campaign entitled, Develop Sweet Reflexes (or Bons Bons Réflexes!). The goal of this campaign is to sensitize parents and children about the importance of developing sound safety strategies, while raising $25,000 for our Prevention and Education Programs. 

Halloween is a special celebration that is shared with family, friends and the community and it gives children the rare chance to walk around their neighbourhood at night.  For the occasion, we produced Candy-Catcher Halloween bags that are sturdy, practical, eco-friendly and feature reflective tape, thus ensuring that our little ones are visible at all times as they hit the streets on Halloween night.

In order to crown with success this year’s edition, we are counting upon the legendary support and generosity of our partners and friends.  A donation of:

  • $1,000 = 250 Halloween bags;
  • $500 = 125 Halloween bags;
  • $250 = 75 Halloween bags.

These bags can be purchased and distributed as you wish. For example, you can offer them as a promotional gift for your suppliers, clients or employees or given to underprivileged children in our community.  We have a list of local day care centres and elementary schools that will be more than delighted to receive such a generous gift! Please complete and return the order form by October 12th.

On behalf of all the little witches and goblins that will be hitting the streets on October 31st, night, we thank you for joining us in making Halloween night a fun and safe experience for all!

Click here to become a partner of our Develop Sweet Reflexes campaign or contact Jessica Vitulano at 514 843-4333 or by email at development@missingchildrensnetwork.ngo

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Heartfelt words of gratitude

An American woman wrote to us the morning of March 29th to thank us for the help that we provided her with 19 years-ago when she was reunited with her son. Her kind words were for our Senior Case Manager, Patrick Bergeron:

“Hi Patrick,

It was wonderful speaking with you today.  When I think of you, I am filled with gratitude that you were there for me and Sam when we needed you most.  Thank you for what you did for us and thank you for everything you do for missing children and their families.  You are a giant among men.”

This kind of testimony motivates our team to continue its quest to reunite families with their children!

Abby

Mother of Sam, missing child recovered on March 29, 1998

Since I have been donating to your organization, I have been very lucky not to have lost any of my children and I now have 4 grandchildren!  I will always continue to support this cause that is very dear to me. Losing a child for a mere 20 seconds is such a dreadful feeling, and I could never ever imagine feeling like this until my child was returned home.  I wish that so many other parents could share the same blessing I have had. My heart goes out to everyone who has a missing child. Keep up the fantastic work Pina , please. You and your team are amazing!!

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