Corporate Partner Safety Programs
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® partners with corporations to develop prevention education programs and materials to help keep children safer from abduction and sexual exploitation. Contact NCMEC's Development Department at 1-866-411-KIDS (5437) for information about how your organization can get involved in safety programs.
Get Game Smart
Get Game Smart is designed to provide families with tools and resources to manage their children's gaming and entertainment experiences.
With these tools they can play in safer, healthier and more balanced ways. Created by Microsoft with support from NCMEC, the website offers the most current information to help parents and caregivers make educated decisions about balanced media use. For more information visit www.getgamesmart.com. Free.
Google's Family Safety Center
Google's Family Safety Center is a one-stop shop for information about staying safer online. The website includes advice from leading child safety organizations around the world, tips and ideas from parents at Google, and information about how to use the safety tools and controls built into Google products.
For more information visit the Family Safety Center. Free.
Honeywell's Got 2B Safe!
Honeywell's Got 2B Safe! program was created to teach elementary school childr4en four critical rules to help protect them from abduction and sexual exploitation.
Got 2B Safe! has been distributed to more than 72,000 schools elementary schools in the United States and all program materials are available online. For more information visit www.got2bsafe.com. Free.
SmileSafe Kids from Lifetouch
SmileSafe Kids™ is a partnership with Lifetouch®, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and more than 35,000 schools nationwide.
The SmileSafe Kids program provides two free safety ID cards to the families of every child photographed at participating schools. The ID cards can help law enforcement in the event the child is missing. For more information visit www.smilesafekids.com. Free.
Sprint's 4NetSafety™ opens the lines of communication about Internet safety between children and the adults who care for them. The program offers free tools from expert resources about the dangers children commonly encounter when online and encourages positive dialogue about Internet safety.
Sprint launched the 4NetSafety program in partnership with NCMEC's NetSmartz® Workshop and NSTeens® websites. For more information visit www.sprint.com/4netsafety. Free.
The Safe Side
The Safe Side is an innovative series of child safety videos developed by Julie Clark, founder of the Baby Einstein Company, and John Walsh, host of "America's Most Wanted" and NCMEC co-founder. Ten percent of gross proceeds of The Safe Side videos are donated to NCMEC. For more information visit www.thesafeside.com. There is a charge for certain materials.