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Be Here for Kids

Be Here for Kids logo

Child safety is a national priority. That's why the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children has partnered with Clear Channel Outdoors and Clear Channel Airports to be here for kids.

But we can't do it alone.

We're asking you to take the next steps.

Learn

Should I teach my child "stranger danger"? What should children know about cyberbullying? NCMEC's free resources can help you answer these questions and help you take action.

Advocate

Be a child safety champion. Invite friends, schools, community organizations and businesses to learn more about child safety issues and how they can be here for kids. Distribute NCMEC resources, display missing children's photos, or volunteer for NCMEC.

Share

Spread the word! One share, like or tweet can help deliver free child safety resources to your friends and followers.

Here's three messages you can share right now:

Donate

We rely on the support of our partners and individuals like you. Every donation helps to fund our search for missing children, provide free prevention programs, and ensure there is someone to answer calls to 1-800-THE-LOST®, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Behind the campaign
NCMEC's Be Here for Kids campaign encourages the public to get involved in our mission to find and protect children.

Thanks to a generous donation of national outdoor advertising space from Clear Channel Outdoors and Clear Channel Airports, messages like the one below can be found in cities and airports across the nation.

Be Here for Kids

Press kit
Download the Be Here for Kids EPK, including b-roll of the billboards and NCMEC.

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