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Countless children around the world go missing every year. Many are kidnapped for slavery, prostitution, organ harvesting, and other unspeakable atrocities. In India between 2010-2014, 385,000 children went missing.

Father Thomas Aquinas, working with the Don Bosco National Forum for the Young at Risk in India, contacted us and asked for our help to create a missing child identification system using facial biometrics to help determine the identity of children and reunite them with their families.

With your financial help, we will make this system available freely to Father Aquinas and other non-profit organizations. Nothing we have done to date compares to the urgency and importance of finding these lost and abducted children around the world and returning them to a safe place. Would you please consider a contribution?

Whether you are able to do so or not, would you please share our information with your friends, relatives, acquaintances, and co-workers, and let them know that you support our cause? If you could also share on Facebook that would be greatly appreciated!

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