Spotlight on Safety
NEW NEIGHBORHOOD SAFETY TIPS
Moving to a new neighborhood represents a big change for everyone in the family. It’s an exciting time but may also create some stress and confusion for family members, especially children.
Communicating with your children about the new home and neighborhood and reassuring them about the changes are vital. It is also important to pay careful attention to their feelings and allow them to express themselves about all the changes they are experiencing
Si vous rêvez de faire partie d’une équipe dynamique et de vivre une expérience des plus enrichissante, nous vous invitons à mettre vos connaissances et aptitudes à contribution pour une noble cause, celle des enfants portés disparus! Le Réseau Enfants-Retour est...read more
Our first edition of Message in a Bottle will take place October 2, 2019 at the famous Fairmount Château Frontenac! Message in a Bottle is an Exquisite Evening of Vintage Wines and Signature Dishes Benefitting the Missing Children’s Network. Over 150 guests will join...read more
At the request of the family, the Missing Children’s Network has created the Jesse Galganov Fund. The family of Jesse Galganov is trying to locate their son who has been missing since September 28, 2017 while on a hiking trip in Peru. They have not heard from Jesse in...read more
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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