Some of these children are runaways; some have been abducted by strangers, some by noncustodial parents. In any case, these children are missing. Their families are suffering because of their loss, they are dealing with an uncertainty that may never be satisfied unless you, as the public, help.
I am not asking you to go out and search for these children; but, rather to be alert to their presence. You may have seen them. You may be the only link their parents have of recovering their lost loves.
Another aspect of the Missing Children's Ring is to educate people as to the abducters identity. Some sites offer insite on how to protect your children from becoming one of the nation's fastest growing statistics.
Please, take a few moments from your busy schedule to educate yourself on these matters.
This first webring is more than a missing children webring. It is a webring for those dedicated to helping children escape the horrors of abuse, helping locate children who are missing, or just helping to give a child the means to a happy, healthy, normal life; the life a child deserves.
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These children are missing
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This site is an Official Member of*2*0454
The Lost Child Emergency Broadcast System
This Java Applet Banner will run continuously, displaying the 13 Missing Children Alert Cases.
Clicking on the photograph will bring up the
Page with more information, and the ability
to print posters. Clicking
on the Marquee
Message will connect to the NCMEC home page.
The image seen will change every
Currently the 12 most recently reported missing children
are kept in this queue. Clicking on the NCMEC logo will bring
you to the home page; clicking anywhere else will bring you to
the full details of the missing child's record. There is also
included a link to view the entire queue of 12 children.
Missing Children's Ring
is owned by Linda Munro.
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This page last updated: February 2, 1999