November 14, 2012
I first became aware of CUE when my friend went missing in 2010. I will never forget that feeling of helplessness and desperation, searching for my friend. I had no idea that groups such as CUE existed to help families and loved ones of missing persons. I attended a CUE conference and realized that nobody has to go through this alone. CUE's amazing leader, Monica Caison directs this group of dedicated volunteers, who continue to fight daily for missing persons and their families. CUE is a non-profit, all volunteer program. Nobody who works with CUE, including the founder, Monica Caison, takes one penny in exchange for their services. This is a mission of love and a quest for justice...and CUE volunteers give willingly of their time and money to help families of missing persons. Nobody wants to be in this exclusive group...of having a loved one go missing...but, it gives me hope to know that CUE and Monica are always in the wing...ready to search and fight for justice...ready to lend helping hands, with open hearts. I now serve as a state outreach coordinator for CUE, and nothing I have ever accomplished in my life compares to the pride I feel when telling people about CUE.
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