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Your support will empower and equip the Global Missing Children’s Network to continue its support of law enforcement agencies and NGOs around the world in the safe recovery of missing children.

All donations to the GMCN are managed by the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (U.S. Federal ID #22-3630133), a 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt charity as defined in section 509(a)(1) and 170 (b)(1)(A)(vi) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code.

All contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law.

Current sponsors and their impact

Motorola Solutions Foundation
Since 2010, ICMEC has received a yearly grant from Motorola Solutions Foundation to enhance law-enforcement and NGO responses to reports of missing and abducted children. Their support has allowed ICMEC to: expand the GMCN by hosting roundtables in Albania and Brazil; convene Annual GMCN Conferences; and coordinate a unified, global message for 25 May – International Missing Children’s Day.

Majo Fruithof Humer
Majo Fruithof Humer and friends have generously supported the technology overhaul that is benefiting the 24 GMCN members. The redesign and redevelopment of the technology available to – and used by – the GMCN members will contribute to membership expansion as well as provide a robust platform to build public awareness for missing and abducted children.

Facebook
Facebook is assisting ICMEC in capacity building on the issue of missing children through various training programs. The training focuses on the development of a comprehensive global response, developing rapid emergency child alert systems, and bringing all stakeholders together to protect children around the world.

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