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What's happening on the Missing People's website today?

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What's happening on the Missing People's website today?

Post by aquila on 12.03.17 12:07

So, what's happening on the Missing People website today?

Well, this is a young child who has been missing for ten years. This child's plight is used to ask for money and I'm highlighting in orange the part which disturbs me the most.


Andrew was just 14 when he disappeared after returning from school. Andrew was last seen nearly 150 miles from home, alone in London. Sadly Andrew's story is not unique.

As you read this, there are missing children who are alone, terrified and vulnerable to harm and exploitation. We urgently need your help to protect them.
140,000 children go missing each year in the UK. Every child is vulnerable. Every child deserves to get home safe. The longer they are missing, the greater the chance of harm. We must act fast to find them.
The number of children seeking our help has now doubled. Our 24/7 crisis team is stretched to capacity. They urgently need your support, or we face many missing children being unprotected and unfound. 

Text SAFE to 70660 to donate £3 a month from your mobile.

Making a monthly donation of £3 will mean you are helping us to find vulnerable children every month. If you are happy to hear from us, we will send you stories from the frontline of children you are helping. 
Missing People receives 100% of your donation. This is a subscription service which will cost £3 per month. You can stop at any time with a "STOP" text. Please obtain the bill payer's permission. You can contact customer care on 0208 392 4571.

You can also set up a regular donation or make a single donation online.

All funds raised will go directly to our children's services. You can find out more about our fundraising by reading our Fundraising Promise. Want to donate over the phone or ask us a question? Call us on 0208 392 4571.
With your help we can Find Every Child – here’s how.
Our expert team is primed to step into action within minutes of being asked to help find a missing child. Here’s how your donation will help us to Find Every Child:
£3 a month: a message of hope
By supporting our police approved Textsafe® service, we can get a vital message into a child's hands when they are reported missing. This will give them the tools to access the urgent support that they so desperately need. Text SAFE to 70660 to donate £3 a month from your mobile.
 £5 a month: 24/7 support for children in crisis. 
Thanks to donations like yours, a specialist team of crisis workers can support children, giving life-saving advice, led by what that child needs. This award winning service is accredited by the Helplines Partnership. 
£30 single gift: launches an urgent search
This enables us to alert the public rapidly via poster campaigns, local searches and high profile media. No missing child should be forgotten. Our alerts are issued fast and harness "people power" to help make a missing child safe.
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Post by jeanmonroe on 12.03.17 12:16

Missing People 'website'

"As you read this, there are missing children who are alone, terrified and vulnerable to harm and exploitation. We urgently need your help to protect them.
140,000 children go missing each year in the UK..."

Ooopps!

The CEO of 'Missing People', JO Y, stated 'LIVE' on the Matthew Wright show, The Wright Stuff,  'that 160,000 children go missing each year in the UK'

So, good 'result' from MP, bringing the total number of missing children, in the UK, DOWN, by 20,000 a year?

That's gotta be 'worth' an 'MBE', or two, hasn't it?

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What's happening on the Missing People's website today?

Post by aquila on 12.03.17 13:33

I'm still in fake charity mode.

Has anyone seen anything reported recently about Batmanghelidgh?

Has the media completely ignored their initial cry? This was a charity supported by the London Evening Standard, who issued awards, hit the headlines and was never really heard of again after the initial shark attack.

I read afterwards all the fall out support available from local authorities. I haven't seen much since that was taken to task to substantiate the complete and utter complete investigation of Batmangelidgh, her supporters and her funders.

If you think Madeleine McCann will ever have justice, think again.
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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 12.03.17 14:15

Split from the OP Grange thread.

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Post by aquila on 12.03.17 15:12

So, according to today's publication on Missing People you have to pay £30 to get a rapid response.

In all the years I've spent reading the labyrinth of their website, I have yet to hear of a single instance of anything that has helped to find a single person (let alone a child).

Missing People talk about being supported by technical companies - it costs bugger all to send text messages or to contribute to a friendly, loved up, signed up audience and yet apparently it costs them £30 per month to send out immediate alerts to those apparently in grave danger and immediate harm. How many 'likes' can you get!

ETA:

Uk police don't give Missing People any authority to send out immediate alerts.
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Post by sharonl on 12.03.17 22:18

£3 a month: a message of hope
By supporting our police approved Textsafe® service, we can get a vital message into a child's hands when they are reported missing.

duh  Am I missing something here?

Or, I am I to believe that a missing child is thought to not only have a mobile telephone with him but also, the charger and find a place where he can charge the phone.

Furthermore, if the child is in possession of a mobile phone why can the child and the phone not be immediately located by tracing the phone?

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Post by Roxyroo on 13.03.17 1:40

Stinson Hunter and the Dark Justice crew are proving all u need is social media to put out alerts to find missing ppl! For free!

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Re: What's happening on the Missing People's website today?

Post by aquila on 22.03.17 13:27

Could someone decipher Missing People's latest thrust. I thought I had a fair amount of understanding of my own language until once again I ventured into the 'give us your money' followed by business/news speke that is the website of Missing People.

http://www.missingpeople.org.uk/latest-news/872-mobile-technology-helps-the-search-for-missing-children.html'

Mobile technology helps the search for missing children
on Wednesday, 15 March 2017.

Missing People has joined forces with leading mobile proximity marketing expert Proxama to promote our major new appeal, Find Every Child, which aims to radically increase the number of missing children we can find and support whilst at the same time creating opportunities for mobile users to donate to the appeal.
John Kennedy, CEO of Proxama explains how the campaign will work: “We use our mobile proximity marketing services to deliver a Find Every Child physical web campaign which shows a list of missing children specific to the local area of that user’s immediate location, as well as the opportunity to donate via text.”
“250,000 people go missing each year in the UK. It’s a staggering statistic. Despite the scale of the issue most people simply aren’t aware. Mobile provides the context that drives action. The content is personalised based on the users’ location making it very real, hopefully enabling a better chance of raising funds for this important cause, and a better chance that a missing child will be found sooner.”

The campaign is live across Proxama’s beacon-enabled network, in partnership with their advertising and out-of-home media partners within the Presenz Network: Primesight, Limited Space, T4 Media, Exterion Media, MMG, Ubiquitous and Emblem Group, who have each donated their mobile-enabled inventory to the cause.

Naren Patel, CEO, Primesight: “Donating this space to Missing People, who operate at the forefront of what out-of-home media can do for charities, is an opportunity to put the flexibility and immediacy of Presenz to use in an area that needs it most – helping others. Beacons exemplify the best of mobile enabled OOH media as they speak to people in a time and place when the message is at its most relevant.”

Nick Bedford of Limited Space, added: "We are thrilled to bring the Find Every Child message to some of the UK’s most visited shopping malls.  By opening up our beacon-enabled DOOH screens to the Missing People initiative we aim to raise awareness among the public, drive donations and add relevance via location specific mobile messaging."

The campaign will also see digital taxi tops and internal taxi screens promoting the Find Every Child appeal across the capital, thanks to donated space from Verifone Media.

Jim Cohen, Sales and Marketing Director, Verifone Media UK added: “We are delighted to have the opportunity to use our formats in unison with those of other media owners to raise awareness for this cause.  “Verifone Media are proud to support Missing People’s new appeal Find Every Child. Our dynamic Digital Formats in and outside London’s black cabs will reach appropriate audiences who can be motivated to help.”As a charity partner of Outsmart, the trade body for the out-of-home industry, Missing People has a strong track record of maximising its partnerships across both the UK out-of-home industry as well as identifying innovative ways to find missing people and raise awareness. The charity’s 2016 Child Rescue Alert campaign partnered with production and creative technology company Grand Visual to develop an intelligent programmatic digital out-of-home campaign to improve regional coverage of the national system. Grand Visual have again lent their support to the Find Every Child appeal.

Ross Miller, Director of Fundraising and Communications at the charity said: “Find Every Child will be our biggest ever appeal for public funds. We’ve been delighted by the creative fundraising approach of Proxama, Verifone and our other partners during this project and their commitment to harnessing the potential to help find missing children at the same time. As a charity, we are constantly looking at new and relevant ways of reaching out to missing children so it seems appropriate to make full use of the new possibilities technology brings to fundraising too.

“Our 24/7 crisis team are facing an unprecedented level of demand from missing children and those looking for them. They already support and reach out to the thousands of children reported missing every year and we’re hopeful that Find Every Child will be the game changer that we need to be a lifeline for all missing children.”
You can support the charity Missing People to Find Every Child today by texting the word FIND to 70660 to donate £5. Your gift could help bring a missing child home.


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Post by aquila on 22.03.17 13:43

Who is running the show? Is Missing People given access to mobile phone technology (apparently donated by a company)?

Has the police relinquished their interest in these apparent masses of people who go missing and are now allowing Missing People to harvest mobile whereabouts information to a charity that operates mainly on volunteers? How safe is that?

I watch with interest the media reports of young people who go missing and I don't see them on the Missing People website.

If an organisation can offer its services to Missing People then why wouldn't it offer its services FOC to UK police?

Is Missing People the new Kids Company ethic?
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Post by aquila on 22.03.17 13:46

My postman has still not heard of the last promotional phenomenon 'Rescue Alert' that Missing People claimed.
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