Thursday, 30 May 2019

The Big Tweet 2019!

This year, the Missing People annual Big Tweet, was the big event at the end of our first ever Find Every Child Week. For the second year in a row, we hosted the event at Twitter HQ in London. An appeal for a missing child was tweeted every half an hour for 12 hours. Special guests came along to Twitter to join #TeamBigTweet and help us #FindEveryChild. Below is a photo account of the day... ENJOY!

Our 12-hour tweet-athon started bright and early at 
Twitter HQ with some of the comms/publicity team. 

This is Kate from the publicity team. 
She was on hand during the day to keep an eye on all the appeals to
ensure we were ready if a child was found. 
More about the publicity team here.

Georgia- Comms manager 

Nicole- Comms Officer 

#TeamBigTweet were then joined by 
Bryony, Head of Supporters and Communications. 
Amy, Head of Major Gifts. Alex Corporate Partnerships Manager. 
And Sue, PR Manager!





We had some incredible support on the day from
our Social Media Volunteer Zach and Emily our Helpline Manager! 



Over lunch, our special guests arrived! 
And we had some delicious food provided by Twitter - thanks Twitter!

Some of our Community Ambassadors 
with our corporate guests 

Allie and Siobhan from Scape
who recorded some footage of the day and interviews, 
so watch this Space! Scape also made a very generous donation
so a BIG thank you to them!


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Samantha and Yasmin from Millwood


Daisy from our Supporters team Tweeting away! 


Community Ambassadors 
Rob and Julie Stammers- parents of missing Anthony 

More of our Ambassadors!
Peter, Bek, Emma and Andy. 


We had a wonderful day hosting The Big Tweet in Twitter HQ! Don't forget to keep an eye on our social media pages for updates on how many children featured have been found. We hope that you enjoyed Find Every Child Week as we did! We look forward to growing Team Big Tweet for 2020! 







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