National Missing Children’s Day

May 25th is National Missing Children’s Day and all around the world hundreds of children will be remembered. On this day, we reiterate our commitment to never stop searching until every child is found no matter the circumstances.  In honor of all these children, we are proud to launch the First Edition of our Forget-Me-Not campaign.

Help us reach our goal of $25,000!

Last year, 3,831 Quebec children were reported missing to law enforcement. The Missing Children’s Network knows too well the reality behind the statistics. That is why we are raising awareness on May 25th in honor of all those missing. For families, the disappearance of a child is a very traumatic event that causes grief, fear and despair and as time passes and the spotlight on their missing child starts to fade, these families may find themselves alone in their sorrow.  Missing Children’s Day provides them with a sense of solace and is an important reminder that their children are missing but not forgotten…

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A Very Warm Welcome to Todd Coleman!

A Very Warm Welcome to Todd Coleman!

The Missing Children’s Network is proud to welcome Mr. Todd Coleman as Honourary President of our 14th Annual Golf Classic. Mr. Coleman holds a juris doctorate and a bachelor’s degree in computer...

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Make a Donation

Your donations make a real difference in our community and help support our ongoing involvement in the search for missing children, as well as assist us in our efforts to protect our youth from harm.

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“It’s a privilege to be able to contribute to your efforts in keeping our children safe.  When I saw the stats particularly for Quebec, it really hit home the urgency to continue to educate our kids on the hazards that exist and ways to keep themselves safe.”

Suzy

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!!

Sandra Bolduc

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