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Post by missbeetle on 15.02.15 1:15


(snipped from civilsociety.co.uk)


(snipped from thebiggive.org.uk)


From their Facebook page a plea for volunteer staff :



...and from their ebay charity spiel comes quite a mission statement :



They were supported locally by Uncle Bri and Aunty Janet at a Leicester Cathedral service :



There was also a massed yellow balloon launch in 2011 :

(snipped from the Leicester Mercury, 28th May 2011)


Nowadays the domain name foreversearching.com is vacant, and up for sale.

Subsumed into Missing People, perhaps?


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Re: Forever Searching...

Post by lj on 15.02.15 3:17

Their facebook page says Government organization? With 55 likes and nothing after 2008.

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Post by Nereid on 15.02.15 9:39

@missbeetle wrote:
...and from their ebay charity spiel comes quite a mission statement :



Interesting find MissBeetle.

They don't seem to be on the Charity Register:

"Charities matching your search ...

Your search for '26715' has produced no results.
Click on New Search to try again."

http://apps.charitycommission.gov.uk/Showcharity/RegisterOfCharities/SearchMatchList.aspx


Their twitter account:

https://twitter.com/fskids

And from good old Wayback Machine:

"
'Forever Searching' is a global group whose whole purpose for existing is to raise awareness to individual child abductions throughout the world. Thanks to the power of the internet and to the sheer determination and passion of the group members who have come together from many different parts of the world - "Forever Searching" are able to target several countries simultaneously with their ongoing awareness campaign.

Since the news of Madeleine McCann's abduction in Portugal in May 2007, group members have worked tirelessly, distributing thousands of posters displaying 4 year old Madeleine's face throughout the world. This story set off a chain reaction as members of "Forever Searching" became aware of other missing and forgotten children, and they set about raising awareness for all of them. Co-Founder Kathy Atkinson says "Any poster we send out could be the one that helps a child find their way home and knowing that makes it all worthwhile".

The Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre advises that in the absence of any evidence that a child has died, investigators and the public should continue to look for a living child. The International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (ICMEC) also advises that the key to locating missing children is to keep awareness high, and the group are asking that the public make themselves aware of local cases and the ways in which children's profiles can be kept visible.
The Founders of Foreversearching are - Kathy Atkinson, Niamh Brennan, Mandy Black, Adelle Shepherd, Val Swift and Lena Wulff."

http://web.archive.org/web/20080410180816/http://www.foreversearching.com/about_us.php

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