Monday, 15 January 2018

New Year, New You

For many, a new year is seen fresh start and an opportunity to change, plan and progress, in an attempt to improve one's health, surroundings, happiness and general well-being. 

This year, we need you. And getting involved with Missing People could be a great way for 2018 to reveal your biggest achievements to date!

Sign up for a Missing People Challenge

No matter your fitness level, we've got a challenge for you. From fun runs to marathons, cycle challenges to skydives, there is an opportunity to push yourself, hit that target, go the extra mile and raise funds to help vulnerable people all over the UK. Sign up and join #teamMissingPeople. You won't just feel good, you'll feel great!

Become a lifeline by becoming a volunteer

Volunteers are at the heart of our work. The time, dedication and skills we receive from our volunteers are invaluable and enable us to reach and support so many more people who need our help. There are flexible roles such as helping at bucket collections, as well as regular shifts like supporting our 24/7 helpline team.

Join the team; work for us!

The staff at Missing People are incredible ambitious, caring and supportive group of people who live the values of the organisation in every part of their work. There are a number of exciting new roles opening throughout January across all departments, from Services to Fundraising and Communications. Could 2018 be the next big step in your career?

Give a gift, large or small

Making a donation really can change lives. We're here day and night for vulnerable people who are away from home or thinking of leaving, normally because something is seriously wrong. We also offer emotional support to hundreds of families struggling to cope with the disappearance of a loved one. You can give as a one off donation, a monthly gift, or leave a lasting legacy in your will.

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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.

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