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Find your Missing Child Infographic

FINÐ YOUR MISSING CHILD Find Your Missing Child (FYMC) was founded after a social media and e-mail campaign helped one man find his missing child. FYMC's goal is to educate families about the community-building powers of social media and e-mail to aid in the search for a missing child. Presented by: YOU ARE NOT ALONE 48% AND THERE IS HOPE of overall missing children fall into the runaway / throwaway category 1,315,000 THATS 3,6041 97% Children under 18 go missing each year of all runaways eventually return home A DAY 99.8% were located or returned home alive HOW SOCIAL NETWORKS CAN HELP FIND YOUR CHILD POWER OF FACEBOOK CREATE LEADS UNCOVER HIDDEN RESOURCES PEACE OF MIND FOR THE POLICE Gives you a way to actively participate in the search for your missing child Within the parent's Crowdsourcing leads and caregivers' to assist and aid 2/3 social networks police in their search of parents like you use a social networking site like Linkedin or 95% Facebook THE BROADCAST POWER OF SOCIAL MEDIA of all teenagers are online +7 229 now Facebook friends a month on average average number of Facebook friends a person has 91 에 156,569 87% ) people can be reached by a single Facebook user's friends and their friends. of parents have a cell phone of parents the Internet to send sing and receive emails HOW TO FACILITATE THE SEARCH PROCESS You Tube CREATE AN EMAIL CHAIN SET UP A TWITTER ACCOUNT Spreads your call to action Used for all communication regarding the missing child CREATE A FACEBOOK PAGE ESTABLISH A YOUTUBE CHANNEL Encourages friends to shoot video messages of them recalling memories of your missing child to engage viewers Serves as a central location for information about your missing child SOURCES: Graphic by | FBI Statistics | NISMART Roport, Department of Justice | Pow Research Conter Reports | National Runaway Safeline JESS3

Find your Missing Child Infographic

shared by lane.kinkade on Sep 16
a Pro-Bono infographic created for the FYMC non-profit. Art Direction & Styleframe by Mark Kulakoff


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