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OCTOBER 1, 2020 8 PM EST

Every child deserves a safe childhood.

Come together virtually from coast to coast, and around the world and join us for HOPE LIVE, an unforgettable virtual celebration of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC). Be inspired by fantastic stories of hope and survival; hear special messages from Gabrielle Union, Rosanna Arquette, Kevin Frazier, Scott Hamilton, Soledad Obrien, Ben Affleck and more; and enjoy music by Darius Rucker!

Sponsor Recognition

We are thankful for the support from these companies, foundations, individuals, and families.

PRESENTING

PLATINUM

TITANIUM

GOLD

The Gary & Pennie Abramson Charitable Foundation | Jason & Yvonne Lee | The Honorable Dennis DeConcini & Family | The Foosaner Family

SILVER

Craig Benson | John & Luci Clark | The Grosso Family |  Rich & Holly Kolodziej 

Kristi Remington | Karen Tandy & Steve Pomerantz | The Walsh Family

Sponsorship Opportunities

While COVID-19 has captured the attention of the U.S. and the entire world, the families of missing and exploited children still rely on our help. Our mission to find missing children, reduce child sexual exploitation and prevent victimization never stops; and we need you now more than ever. Please join us as a sponsor and become a featured part of this special event.

Please reach out for sponsorship and/or additional information to Marita Rodriguez at 703-909-3569 or mrodriguez@ncmec.org and click the links below for a full list of sponsor benefits.

Platinum
$75,000

Titanium
$50,000

Gold
$25,000

Silver
$10,000

Bronze
$5,000

Hero
$1,000

VIP Care Package
$3,500

In addition to sponsorship, a $3,500 donation provides a VIP Care Package to a survivor and their family to enjoy during the Hope Live broadcast.

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About NCMEC

Working with other advocates, John and Revé Walsh co-founded the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children in 1984 after the abduction and murder of their son, Adam, in 1981. They realized there was no coordinated national response for missing or exploited child cases and that so many families were left to fend for themselves in the face of their greatest crisis.

During the last 36 years NCMEC has worked to protect children, even in the most recent challenges of the global pandemic that has had an impact on child safety. NCMEC has:

  • Assisted law enforcement in the recovery of more than 320,000 missing children; nearly 300 of them in the last few months directly impacted by COVID-19.
  • Received more than 65 million reports to our CyberTipline of suspected child sexual exploitation, including incidents of online enticement, child sex trafficking and child sexual abuse material. During one month of the pandemic, the CyberTipline saw a 318% increase in reports.