For over 30 years, we’ve provided help and support for families with missing children.
There were more than 42,000 children reported missing in Canada in 2018 and in nearly all of those cases police reached out for help to bring those children back to safety. The Missing Children Society of Canada (MCSC) is a key resource for police, acting as their voice in the community by distributing important information to phones, tablets and computers of the public through its innovative technology, helping with investigations and also working to support the families in crisis. MCSC also collaborates with business partners who bring their unique skills and assets into the search for missing children.
The organization that was established in 1986 has evolved from one distributing posters to find a missing child, to one embracing the latest technology to help police in the search for that child.
MCSC also reaches out to enlist the help of other professionals in the search and location of missing children in addition to working with traditional media and online/social media to bring public awareness to cases of missing kids. Providing affected families with knowledge and resources throughout the search and reunification, while ensuring that all its programs are free, so that all families in need of help receive it, regardless of their financial situation.
“For more than 30 years, the Missing Children Society of Canada has worked tirelessly to protect children and serve families. We believe there is no greater calling.”
– Amanda Pick, Chief Executive Officer