Kids Missing. It is more than a magazine. It is a cause. Banner showing pictures of missing children
  1. Kids Missing. It is more than a magazine. It is a cause.
  2. This banner shows the pictures of missing children.

Kids Missing. It is more than a magazine. It is a cause.


Help Our Children Find Their Way Home.


The urge to help or do something good comes to most of us at some point or the other in our lives. Here is an easy way to get involved. By supporting print the 'Kids Missing', you'll not just be helping in publishing the magazine but you'll be supporting a cause

Kids Missing is a magazine that contains profile/data/ posters of missing children, safety hints/guidelines for parents and children, surveys etc.

The main objective of this magazine is to disseminate as many pictures of the missing children to as many people as possible and to create more public awareness on the issue of missing children. The more are the pictures of the missing children disseminated; the more is the probability of finding them. It is impossible for any one person, organization or government to search for the missing children on their own. All of us have to join together and help in the search for missing children. The magazine contains posters of missing children (click here to view a sample). We ask the subscribers to put these posters on the notice boards/ theatres/ shops/ banks/ post offices etc. By putting these posters you'll be proactively participating in the efforts to locate the missing children. Your efforts might be able to find a missing child and reunite him with his parents.

Did you know?

That in the USA more than 2000 children go missing every day. That is a child goes missing every 40 seconds.

In India no exact figures are available, however, according to an article in an English daily, the number of runaways is 10 lakhs per annum, i.e. every 30 seconds a child runs away from home. If you add the number of missing, lost and abducted children the number of missing children is phenomenal.

Click here to visit the Missing Indian Kids website.


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upport now and you can make a difference for all the heartbroken people whose children are missing.

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