Missing Hearts Foundation

1:46 pm Anything Texas

I had the opportunity/pleasure of working with the good people at Missing Hearts Foundation this past weekend.  They kicked off their first registration event in Katy.  Missing Hearts Foundation is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping law enforcement agencies and families in locating and returning missing children.  In the United States alone, 2,100 children go missing each day.  Their program works by creating a network of information sharing.  If a child goes missing, a report can be filled out on the their website which will be cross checked with identity verification scans from daycare centers, hospitals, schools, and other reporting agencies. 

Missing Hearts travels nationwide registering children into their database.  They create a personalized report that includes a digital scan of all ten fingerprints, child’s legal name, DOB, and the last four digits of their social security number.  They offer this service at no charge.  They accomplish this by working with Noctress Inc.  Noctress Inc is a company that is dedicated to protecting individuals from Identity theft.  Noctress is an independent, single source, real time biometric identity verification system.  They can verify an individual anywhere on the planet where an Internet connection can be made.  It is through their strategic alliance with Missing Hearts Foundation that children can be located in real time.

Missing Hearts Foundation does not receive any funding from the government.  They rely on contributions from the general public.  Contributions made to Missing Hearts Foundation are tax deductible.  Your contribution allows the good people of Missing Hearts to host registration programs around the country.  If you would like to make a contribution it can be sent to:

Missing Hearts Foundation

P.O. Box 6493

Katy, Texas 77491-6493

Again, your contribution is tax deductible and it’s for a really great program.  Every little bit helps, I’m sure they would be very thankful for any contribution you could make.

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