Get involved in the search for missing children and help us reunite families.
We rely on the generous support of donors like you. Without your financial contributions, our investigators wouldn’t be able to close one registered file every 2-3 days. Make a donation and help us to continue to provide our services to searching families.
Donate your social feed and help locate a missing child by participating in the Most Valuable Network™.
CodeSearch™ is a rapid response program that engages corporate Canada in partnership with MCSC and law enforcement in the search for missing children. Learn more about the program and how your company can get involved.
The MCSC Program is an easy and free way for companies to make a difference in their local area. The Bottle Program is available in Calgary, Edmonton and Toronto at this time. All proceeds of the program contribute to the important work of reuniting missing children with their searching families and preventing child abduction.
To date more than 500 companies have joined our Bottle Program, raising critical funds for missing children services in Canada. Companies participating in the Bottle Program are provided with bottle recycle bins and an MCSC representative assists them with all inquiries, requested & scheduled pick-ups, monthly bottle donation reports and receipts. The Bottle Program also supports companies with major events by providing additional receptacles at company functions and celebrations.
MCSC’s Bottle Program is a perfect fit for any company that is looking to support missing children services while also making a positive impact on the environment. If you are interested in learning more about the Missing Children Society of Canada Bottle Program, please email [email protected].
Accessit Corp is a manufacturer and distributor of high quality small vending machines that are sold across Canada. Accessit Corp has proudly been a supporter of the Missing Children Society of Canada (MCSC) for many years and has successfully raised substantial funds from our many dealers across Canada. These dealers contribute a monthly donation to MCSC and the dealer receives pictures of long-term missing children cases; the dealer places these pictures on each machine they own to help bring awareness to cases. If you would like more information or would like to get involved please click HERE.
Leanne Christie – artist, proceeds from the Hope Project
Shop and Share – Shopping for a Good Cause
Steena Holmes – author, proceeds from book sales on Mother’s Day and National Missing Children’s Day