Media for the Missing Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review
Location: Manhattan KS 66502 USA
Results: We are new and in the beginning stages of obtaining national support, have begun attending events to start implementing the video taping program. Until we are able to build our operation headquarters to implement the system, we are helping with awareness and adding exposure for those missing in every way we can, even through directing inquires to the proper organizational resources for requested needs.
Target demographics: To keep the public continuously informed by increasing exposure for immediate alerts and missing person's information on a nationwide level.
Geographic areas served: Nationwide
Programs: A Nationwide Missing Person's Awareness System of approx. 9,000 visual displays (within a 5yr plan) for immediate alerts, missing and unidentified person's information in designated locations to provide the public with many viewing opportunities. A 24hr Missing Person's Resource Center. A 3 day missing person’s marathon. Updated interviews to help families of those missing receive national attention by posting them in various high traffic locations as well as sending them to the national news networks. Safety and Anti-Human Trafficking awareness education events. More information listed on our website.
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We, with Missouri Missing, recently had the pleasure of working with Media For the Missing on an awareness event, Missouri Missing and Unidentified Person's Awareness day, as proclaimed by Missouri Governor, Jay Nixon. I, a co-founder, of Missouri Missing, knew I needed some help in putting this big event together. I recalled meeting Stephanie Coplen several times in the past with various missing person's gatherings and was very impressed with her and her organization. I reached out to her for help. She went beyond helping me, in several ways, including getting the word out far and wide. Media For the Missing is a vastly important organization to especially, the families with a missing loved one. I am excited to know there is a much needed organization such as this, as mother of a missing daughter and a missing person's advocate. It has been a long time coming.
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