Tuesday, 6 November 2018

Never Give up

Image result for tree in desertA poem sent in by a supporter of the charity, with the hope that those who read it can be more encouraged on days where they feel like they are struggling. "May this small token encourage you as you struggle each day to deal with your ambiguous loss. May you look to the future in hope of finding your loved one again."

Friday, 5 October 2018

Bucket collection in tribute to Lee Boxell

On Saturday 22 September, a team of Missing People staff and volunteers braved grizzly September weather in order to hold a special bucket collection at Sutton United Football Club.

Friday, 21 September 2018

A decade at Missing People- Cat Cade

After a decade at Missing People, Cat Cade, HR Learning and Development Manager, will be leaving to start a new life in South Africa. Cat has written a blog about her time at Missing People and talks about some of her highlights. 

Friday, 14 September 2018

Remember A Charity Week- Sarah Godwin

To celebrate #rememberacharityweek, Sarah Godwin – Missing People beneficiary, trustee, choir member, family ambassador, and mother to missing Quentin Godwin, has written a blog to tell us why she is leaving a gift in her will. 

Thursday, 30 August 2018

Wiltshire Police: Putting a spotlight on missing people

Detective Inspector Mark Kent gives us an insight into the missing persons' unit at Wiltshire Police and their new #beyondthebeat campaign.

Friday, 3 August 2018

Charlotte’s Grand clothes sale at Henley Trad Boat Show

Charlotte Mather raised over £1000 for Missing People by selling second-hand clothes at the Henley Traditional Boat Show. 

She first heard of the charity after hearing Peter Boxell talk about the Big Tweet for Missing Children on BBC Radio 4.

Thursday, 26 July 2018

APPG Missing Adults Inquiry: James' Story

In our role as Co-Secretariat to the APPG for Runaway and Missing Children and Adults, we've been working on an inquiry into safeguarding missing adults who have mental health issues.

Lisa, whose husband James went missing in 2011, agreed to speak to the charity about her and James’ experiences. She has agreed for this story to be shared in the hopes of holding the police to account and preventing other families having to go through what hers did.

Someone is reported missing every 90 seconds in the UK. The Missing Blog aims to give a voice to all those affected by this issue.

Written by families and friends of missing people, supporters working to raise awareness of the cause, and volunteers and staff at the charity Missing People, we hope that this blog will offer a window into the issue of missing.

The charity Missing People is a lifeline when someone disappears. To find out more about Missing People and ways that you can support the charity visit www.missingpeople.org.uk.

Call or text the charity Missing People for free on 116 000, 24/7 if you or anyone you know is affected by a disappearance.