Getting involved with our work by connecting with peers, raising awareness and/or fundraising for us, can be a great way to engage with the charity and inform more people about what it's like to have a missing loved one.
Involving yourself with the Missing People community may also provide you with an outlet at what can be a challenging and difficult time. Using your time and energy positively and constructively to help others and raise awareness of the issue can be a helpful way of coping with the situation, as well as making a real difference to the lives of families in a similar situation.
The Missing People Carol Service is an annual event held at St Martin-in-the-Fields in central London. If you have experience of a family member or a loved one going missing, we invite you to join us for free at the event as we come together to remember those who are missing at Christmas. Click the link above to reserve your free space at the Carol Service. If you'd like to come along, we invite you to join us and other families for a reception event before and after the service.
Join our brand new Family Tree and sponsor a named leaf on the in tribute sculpture displayed in our London HQ or set up an In Tribute Page for your missing loved one and create a virtual flower in their honour.
Our In Tribute website is a dedicated space where you can upload a photograph and family and friends can leave written messages for and share memories of your missing loved one. Others are able to make donations to this special tribute fund.
If you feel you would benefit from connection with others who have been through similar experiences, consider joining the online Family Connect Forum. This is a great place for you to meet other families and friends of missing people online, to share and receive support and to get to know each other.
Telling your story may not only be an opportunity to raise awareness of your missing loved one’s missing appeal, but it could also give hope, strength or encouragement to others by showing them that they are not alone.
If you are interested in sharing your story with us, either for a blog, for use in the media or for our website, please click on the link below to send an email and get in touch with us so we can discuss our next steps. We are very happy to share stories anonymously.
By donating to the charity Missing People, you will become an important lifeline to other families with missing loved ones. There are a number of ways to do this, including simple one-off donations, monthly gifts, and leaving a legacy in your will. Click the link above to find out more about how you can support the charity financially.
Are you the type of person who likes to push yourself to the physical limit? One way of supporting the charity is to take part in one of our exciting challenge events, or, by using your existing place in an event as an opportunity to raise sponsorship funds for Missing People. Click through to find out which events and challenges we're currently recruiting for.
If you have experienced someone you love going missing, you might like to join with others and be part of the Missing People Choir. Click through to find out more about the Choir and for information about joining.
We rely on public donations to continue delivering our vital services. If you’d like to join the Missing People community, and use your skills and passion to support other families who are struggling with the traumatic experience of missing a loved one, then perhaps you’d like to organise an event or bucket collection. Our community team are always happy to talk about opportunities, ideas and ways to raise funds. Click through to find out more and download our free fundraising pack.
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