10 ways to honor National Missing Children’s Day
Sunday, May 25, is National Missing Children’s Day. Here are 10 ways to honor families across the U.S. who are searching for their children.
1. Share a poster.
Search for a child on our website and share their poster with your friends and family through email or social media.
2. Take the Pledge.
Pledge to Take 25 minutes to talk to children in your life about safety.
3. Like us on Facebook and Twitter.
4. Make sure your wireless AMBER Alerts are activated.
AMBER Alerts have the power to save lives. Make sure the AMBER Alert notification button is activated on your cell phone so you are alerted if a child in your area goes missing.
5. Get a free lapel pin and wear it.
Register for a free lapel pin and wear it to show your support for the families of missing children.
6. Change your profile cover photo.
Start a trend among your friends by changing your cover photo in honor of National Missing Children’s Day
The work we do to help find missing children and keep families safer relies on donations from people like you.
8. Bookmark the anniversaries page.
Bookmark our anniversaries page on your browser and check it often to see updated photos of children who went missing during that calendar week.
9. Make a Child ID.
Make a Child ID for each of your children to make sure you have all the information you need in one place in case your child ever goes missing.
10. Know what to do if you see a missing child.
No amount of information is too small. If you see a missing child or have any information about a missing child, report it to 1-800-THE-LOST®.