National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

The National Center is nominating our project, NetSmartz, for the GlobalGiving open campaign. NetSmartz (www.netsmartz.org) provides Internet and real-world safety training in a fun and empowering format to children ages 5-17, as well as parents, educators, and law enforcement. This innovative program utilizes technology and gaming to engage and empower children, and has won wide acclaim including accolades such as the 2006 Webby Awards Official Honoree and the 2008 iDisney Parenting Award. All of the services, resources, and educational content are provided completely free of cost to the public.To build on the programAos success , we must grow and extend our networks of support. These netwo...
Help fight child abduction and sexual exploitation
 
Our mission: To help law enforcement find missing children, reduce child sexual exploitation and prevent future victimization. As the nonprofit leading the fight to keep children safer from abduction and sexual exploitation, NCMEC is dedicated to the victims of these crimes and their families. Co-founded in 1984 by missing child advocates John and Reve Walsh after their son Adam's abduction and murder, NCMEC's role has grown to respond to evolving threats against our nation's children. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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