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Purchases That Support Our Work

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® is proud to work with a number of organizations providing a percentage of their proceeds to support NCMEC's mission. Each purchase makes a difference.

For more information about how your organization can join this program contact NCMEC's Development Department at 1-866-411-KIDS (5437).

$1 per sale of Internet Security Suite goes to NCMEC

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Total Defense™ is a proud supporter of NCMEC through Caring For Our Kids, a program designed to raise money to help find missing children and educate families about online safety. As part of the Caring For Our Kids program $1 for each Total Defense Internet Security Suite purchased is donated to NCMEC.

Total Defense also made an initial $25,000 cash donation to NCMEC.

Total Defense Internet Security Suite provides easy-to-use, comprehensive protection against viruses, spyware, hackers, spam, phishing, offensive websites and other Internet threats jeopardizing privacy and slowing down computers. It also includes parental controls to help protect kids by filtering or blocking access to websites, instant messaging programs and peer-to-peer services. Total Defense Internet Security Suite recently won the 2012 Info Security Products Guide award for Global Excellence in Anti-malware, Anti-spyware and Anti-virus software.

For more information or to buy Internet Security Suite visit

$1 per purchase of the 5Star device goes to NCMEC

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The GreatCall® award-winning 5Star™ Responder is a first-of-its-kind wireless device connecting users to certified response agents at the touch of a button. Using a GPS tracker and advanced location analysis, agents will quickly identify the user's location, evaluate the situation and get the needed assistance.

GreatCall is working with John Walsh, a NCMEC co-founder and host of "America's Most Wanted," to highlight the product’s ability and help increase the safety of every family. GreatCall contributes to NCMEC's cause by providing families with a reliable solution for keeping children safer with access to immediate help wherever they go. $1 from every purchase of the 5Star will be donated to NCMEC.

To purchase the 5Star Responder visit makes donation for every purchase gift box

Serve a dish flavored with the gourmet taste of Tavern on the Green Specialty Foods and serve a greater good — protecting children. donates between 50 cents and $15 to NCMEC with every purchase. is a philanthropic venture founded to satisfy the growing demand for superior gourmet specialties made from all natural ingredients. By purchasing their fine products you can help keep children safer.

To shop visit

Tickets-for-charity gives customers option to donate

Tickets-for-Charity® works with artists, arts managers, venues and promoters to make high demand live event seats available at face value plus a separate donation directed to partner charities.

Customers are able to choose a charity when purchasing tickets. Tickets-for-Charity donates 100 percent, minus direct transaction costs, to the chosen charity. The donation is captured from the premium fans often pay unauthorized ticket brokers and scalpers. Donation amounts are predetermined by Tickets-for-Charity and their partners.

To purchase tickets visit

Customers can donate by shopping with Socialvest

Socialvest - Purchase on Purpose

Socialvest is a cause-based shopping platform allowing individuals to shop online with more than 800 retailers and earn money for the causes of their choice.

Customers can create a free Socialvest account and earn between 1 and 35 percent for NCMEC on each purchase they make. Websites where Socialvest can be used include,, and It’s easy and 100 percent free.

To start shopping and earning for NCMEC visit

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