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Find the Children welcomes volunteers to assist in its cause by disseminating information about missing children. Volunteers are a valuable asset in our search for missing children because one out of seven missing children is found as a result of a photo recognition.

Volunteer Flier Distribution Program:
Find the Children has assisted thousands of families by distributing fliers through its Volunteer Flier Distribution Program.  Once a month, volunteers are mailed a packet of fliers with photos of missing children to distribute in their communities.

Find the Children also works with the media by providing current information and photos of missing children, in addition to supporting legislation that provides positive action to ensure the safety of children.


You can either send in our contact form, email us directly (, or mail in the pdf form below.
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At Find The Children we welcome volunteers because we value the importance of reaching out to the community. Our volunteers focus on one of three major tasks: flyer distribution, administrative help, and/or attending and disseminating information at community events.FTC’s Flyer Distribution Program is comprised of approximately 100 volunteers throughout the United States. Volunteers post flyers of missing children in diverse locations, such as retail stores, gas stations, libraries, schools, and recreational centers. Flyer distribution packets are sent on a monthly basis and on occasion we will send out emergency mailings.


The President’s Volunteer Service Award was issued by the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation on behalf of the President of the United States to recognize the best in American spirit, and to encourage all Americans to improve their communities through volunteer service.

Thank you to our entire Volunteers who have gone above and beyond the call of duty to assist those in need. The CelebrateLA Awards honor the accomplishments of individuals and organizations within the 12 sectors of Los Angeles County nonprofits that have given of their time and  talents to improve our communities.