Volunteering

Is the safety and well-being of children of utmost importance to you? Would you like to make a real difference in the lives of children and youth right here in Quebec?

Join our team of volunteers and help us make our corner of the world a safer place for our children and families! Volunteers accomplish a variety of tasks from office work to helping out during fundraising events as well as manning safety kiosks.

Whether you have a few or several hours to spare during the week or on weekends, please provide us with your coordinates. Our Volunteer Coordinator will contact you to schedule a short interview and provide you with the necessary forms to complete a police background check.

For more information regarding volunteer opportunities with the Missing Children’s Network, please contact us at 514 843-4333 or by email at development@missingchildrensnetwork.ngo

I was very impressed and touched by Pina and her team when I attended last year’s Golf Tournament. This year, I wanted to do more than simply making a donation! I am very excited to join the Golf Organizing Committee and helping in any way I can with this noble cause.

Chris

I am so proud to be a part of the Dragon Boat Challenge and aim to do so for as long as I am capable… with my friends, daughter, nephew this is a cause we all feel strongly about and I know I can count on them year-after-year to keep hope alive for these children and their families!

Melanie

The Missing Children's Network is pleased to inform you that 13-year-old Aly Sotomayor Flores, missing since January 26, 2020 has been found and is doing well. Thank you to all those who shared her poster. ... See MoreSee Less

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At the request of the Sûreté du Québec, the Missing Children’s Network is requesting your collaboration in the search for Fannie Rancourt, 16 years-old last seen January 21, 2020 in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu. ... See MoreSee Less

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On January 23, 2005, the lives of Françoise Algier and her entire family changed forever. Her 13 year-old daughter, Mélina, was on her way to Roch-Bourbonnais Park in Farnham to participate in the Winter Festival and was planning to later join her mother at the restaurant. Mélina never made her way to the Festival and has never been seen since.

Fifteen years after her disappearance, Melina’s family still clings to the hope that one day she will return home. Thank you for helping us keep hope alive for Mélina and her family.Le 23 janvier 2005, la vie de Françoise Algier et de sa famille a basculé. Sa fille Mélina Martin, alors âgée de 13 ans, devait se rendre au parc Roch-Bourbonnais de Farnham pour participer au Festival d’hiver et la rejoindre au restaurant plus tard en soirée. Mélina ne s’est pas rendue au Festival et n’a jamais été revue depuis.

Quinze ans après sa disparition, la famille de Mélina s’accroche toujours à l’espoir qu’elle reviendra un jour à la maison. Merci de nous aider à garder l’espoir bien vivant pour Mélina et sa famille.
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January 27th will be a wonderful day for our #shine program. Thanks to a special grant, our SHINE educators (sexologists) will be travelling to a remote destination in order to reach a new demographic. We are excited to share details about the coming adventure. Can you guess where SHINE is heading?Le 27 janvier sera une merveilleuse journée pour notre programme #AIMER. Grace à une subvention spéciale, nos éducatrices (sexologues) AIMER se rendront dans une destination éloignée afin de joindre une nouvelle population. Nous sommes ravis de partager les details de la prochaine aventure. Pouvez-vous deviner où se dirige Aimer? ... See MoreSee Less

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Over 50 patrons and supporters of the Network gathered last night to launch the 35th Anniversary celebrations. So many surprises ahead! Stay tuned! ... See MoreSee Less

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