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Stephen Fry wants people to support Missing People this Christmas

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Re: Stephen Fry wants people to support Missing People this Christmas

Post by Verdi on 12.11.17 12:37

I must rush whilst stocks last.  Where and how do I send my donation - in a plain brown envelope marked for the attention of Kate McCann-Healy, ambassador?

Will it get there?

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Re: Stephen Fry wants people to support Missing People this Christmas

Post by plebgate on 13.11.17 17:40

Anyone know if there is a charity which helps people who have been defrauded?
If there is I would rather donate to them.
   
It's very sad, I think, to see some of the comments because people feel so strongly that Mrs should not have been made an ambassador for this charity.

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Re: Stephen Fry wants people to support Missing People this Christmas

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 17.11.17 10:02


Missing
www.telegraph.co.uk
On the morning of September 10 1988, Lee Boxell walked out of his Surrey home into the bright sunshine of an unseasonably warm day. The football-mad 15-year-old had...

The bottom line | Where will your money go?

£40

could keep the lights and power on for 24 hours at Missing People over Christmas

£50

could help to fund a counselling course for the parents of a missing child

£200

could help fund an appeal day in the local community of a missing child

£500

could train a volunteer to take calls on its 24-hour helpline

£1,000

could fund a crisis worker overnight for 10 nights

£15,000

could fund its TextSafe service for two months – enabling the charity to proactively reach out to missing children – offering free and confidential advice day or night

£20,000

could fund the entire charity to stay open for two days over Christmas

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/christmas/2017/11/10/missing-lee-lost-boy-desperate-family-charity-gave-strength/
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Re: Stephen Fry wants people to support Missing People this Christmas

Post by aquila on 17.11.17 17:28

@Get'emGonçalo wrote:

Missing
www.telegraph.co.uk
On the morning of September 10 1988, Lee Boxell walked out of his Surrey home into the bright sunshine of an unseasonably warm day. The football-mad 15-year-old had...

The bottom line | Where will your money go?

£40







could keep the lights and power on for 24 hours at Missing People over Christmas

£50







could help to fund a counselling course for the parents of a missing child

£200







could help fund an appeal day in the local community of a missing child

£500







could train a volunteer to take calls on its 24-hour helpline

£1,000







could fund a crisis worker overnight for 10 nights

£15,000







could fund its TextSafe service for two months – enabling the charity to proactively reach out to missing children – offering free and confidential advice day or night

£20,000







could fund the entire charity to stay open for two days over Christmas

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/christmas/2017/11/10/missing-lee-lost-boy-desperate-family-charity-gave-strength/
My apologies, I'm editing my post in order to highlight areas I find baffling.

£15,000

could fund its TextSafe service for two months – enabling the charity to proactively reach out to missing children – offering free and confidential advice day or night

£20,000

could fund the entire charity to stay open for two days over Christmas

I wonder how these figures correlate to the published financial accounts. From the last entry it would seem it costs £10,000 per day to operate this charity - and why is TextSafe so expensive, costing £7,500 per month?
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