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Become a Partner

Successful partnerships bring results. The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® works with corporations and foundations to create customized programs tailored to their interests, resources and target markets. Corporate partners raise money, improve efficiency and help recover and protect more children.

Interested in learning more about how a partnership with NCMEC can help your organization? Contact NCMEC's Development Department at 1-866-411-KIDS (5437).

Why partner with NCMEC?

Market with a mission

Eighty-three percent of Americans wish more of the products, services and retailers they use would support causes (2010 Cone Cause Evolution Study). Aligning your company, product or brand with NCMEC underscores a shared commitment to children's safety. By delivering important child safety information alongside products or services, you add value to those products and services and let your customers know you care.

Invest in a great cause

Corporate leaders, foundations and individuals can provide critical support to NCMEC by helping to deliver programs and services that help protect our nation's children. NCMEC values supporters and works diligently to meet all of the Better Business Bureau®'s standards for charity accountability.

Employees make a difference

Many corporate partners include their employees in their partnerships with NCMEC. Partners can use these links to create a culture of caring at their organizations. Employee involvement could include using unique skills and expertise to further NCMEC's mission.  

Companies can include NCMEC in employee giving campaigns and support employee sponsored community events.

Put technology to work

Advancements in technology have helped raise NCMEC's missing child recovery rate from 62 percent in 1990 to 97 percent today. Powerful partnerships with technology providers have improved NCMEC's ability to assist law enforcement and families in locating missing children, tracking suspected abductors and fighting child sexual exploitation. By becoming a corporate partner you could put your unique technology to work in helping NCMEC's mission.

How does NCMEC create a successful partnership?

Partner sponsored events

NCMEC's corporate partners have demonstrated their commitment to our cause by engaging their clients and partners at golf tournaments, auctions and other special events raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for NCMEC.

Technology partners

Partnering with NCMEC can be a great way to show customers your company's capabilities. Our technology partners credit their partnership with NCMEC as a powerful tool to acquire new customers and increase sales.

Visibility at NCMEC events

High profile events throughout the U.S. honor those who support NCMEC's mission and the safety of our nation's children. Sponsoring one of these events for NCMEC is a great way to celebrate individuals dedicated to NCMEC's mission, create hope and spotlight your sponsorship of NCMEC. To learn more about sponsorship opportunities contact NCMEC's Development Office at 1-866-411-KIDS (5437).

Multidimensional partnerships

NCMEC is committed to creating dynamic partnerships to leverage various elements of a corporation's business. Partners can engage in multilayered partnerships with NCMEC by becoming photo partners, hosting Child ID events, providing online exposure for NCMEC, generating visibility in their employee giving campaigns and connecting with their customers through in-store promotions benefitting NCMEC.

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