National Missing Children’s Day

Today is National Missing Children’s Day.  National Missing Children’s Day is an annual observation in the United States designed to highlight the problem of child abduction. It falls on May 25 – on that date in 1979, six-year-old New Yorker Ethan Patz disappeared on his way to school. National Missing Children’s Day was first observed in 1983.

Use this day to remind your kids of the importance of being safe.  Head here to learn ways families can be safe with resources provided by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.  Use today to take 25 minutes to talk to your children about their safety and head over to here for how to create a Child ID.

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