Children (4-12 years)
Reaching out to families concerning safety home issues.
We get positive feedback from parents, adults, children, teenagers, and police officials.
Children ages 5 to 21
Children birth to age 3
Female Children ( 5 - 14 years)
Female Infants/Babies (under age 5)
Male Children (5 - 14 years)
Educating families about the danger of stranger awareness safety issues is our mission to keep children safe from stranger abduction. This program has been part of our mission since the Foundation was incorporated. The program consist of reaching out to families and their children along with the general public about the serious need to protect children at all times from being missing or abducted by strangers or people known by the family or the abducted child. There are many actual child abduction stories that make local and national news. It is heart breaking to hear yet another story of an abducted, assaulted, murdered child. This is what we are striving to stop, crimes on very young and innocent children. Start supporting this program
The evidence of program success can be seen in actual child abduction cases where a child was able to get away from their abductor. This comes about because a parent continued to talk to their child about our message of stranger abduction or a child remembered the stranger awareness message they heard when we visited their school or group meeting. In one case a child was abducted and assaulted but was able to get away from her abductor with her life. The police department involved in the case call us to let us know that the child stated that she remembered our presentation and took action to get away from her abductor.
Children and Youth (infants - 19 years.)
Female Children (5 - 14 years)
Infants/Babies (under age 5)
Male Children (5 - 14 years)
This is a program that we have made available to law enforcement. Through this program we accept donations or purchase bloodhound puppies from breeders. We get these dogs at 7 or 8 weeks old and route them out to police departments that have need of this type of missing persons search dog in their K-9 Unit. Our objective is to make these dogs available for cases of missing or abducted children even though these dogs can also assist in missing persons in general or criminal apprehension. These dog are made available free of charge to officers requesting a dog and those departments are offered the opportunity and welcomed to support our dog program with a donation if they wish to keep the program active.
Knowing that any case worked by a dog might not be available to the public until a case is solved we can only know about closed cases if the information is shared with us. Evidence of the success of the program comes from the officers and departments that release information to us about actual cases that were solved with the help of the dogs provided to them. In some cases we get to hear from victims or the victims family of how they were help in their crisis.