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Take 25

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Take 25® is a national child safety campaign of the National Center for Missing Exploited Children encouraging families to take 25 minutes to talk to their children about safety and abduction prevention. The goal of Take 25 is to heighten awareness about child safety issues.

Take 25 was created in commemoration of Missing Children's Day, observed each year on May 25. National Missing Children's Day serves as a reminder to make child safety a national priority.

Take 25 provides free tools such as safety tips, conversation starters, and mini-lessons to help trusted adults begin conversations with children about safety.

NCMEC invites you to be a safety champion in your community by encouraging organizations, businesses and other trusted adults to make child safety a number one priority.

To learn more about this campaign visit www.Take25.org.

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