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Our Partners

Photo credit: New York Yankees. All Rights Reserved. From left to right: John Walsh, Shawn Kelley, Ana Tavares and John Arnos celebrate the 11th consecutive year of Canon Promotional Night at Yankee Stadium and the strides that have been made to help keep our children safe.

Since it was founded 31 years ago, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® has coordinated dynamic corporate partnerships that provide vital in-kind and financial support to our operations. We rely on our corporate partners as we provide services and support to families, law enforcement and other professionals in cases involving missing and sexually exploited children.

These partnerships have dramatically enriched our efforts and enhanced our results. The stronger they become, the more progress we make in protecting our nation's children.

Become a partner
Join us in creating customized programs tailored to your target market.

Become a photo partner
Help bring missing children home by displaying and distributing posters of missing kids

Corporate partners
Corporate partners enhance our ability to positively affect the lives of our nation's children.

Program partners
Program partners assist in our mission to find missing children, combat child sexual exploitation and deliver prevention education programs.

Corporate partner safety programs
Corporate partners help us develop prevention education programs and materials to keep children safer from abduction and sexual exploitation.

Professional Organizations & Networks
Various professional groups and organizations help us further our mission of preventing and reducing child victimization worldwide.

National & International Collaboration
National and international partnerships are critical in enabling the exchange of information and sound practices nationally and globally.

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