American Association for Lost Children want’s every abused and missing child to come back home, a challenge indeed but yet such a request should not be impossible. We depend on generous donations from private foundations, corporations, and individuals to sustain our program. We would love your help in any and every way you would allow yourself to. If you like what you see and believe that every child deserves to be happy, please support our cause!
Send us a cash donation or donate on-line:
Patricia L. Moore, Executive Director
American Association for Lost Children
539 Fred Rogers Drive
Latrobe, PA 15650
Besides making a donation to American Association for Lost Children, there are several ways you can help us! Here are just a few ways you can support our efforts to bring the missing home:
We appreciate any support you can provide! Other ways you can contribute: In-kind donations (including computers, office equipment, or other items you think we can use); Gifts of Stock; Real estate; Life Income Gift and Bequest. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to make a donation of this kind. We need your generous gifts to support our cause of rescuing abused and missing children!
You can help us just by posting projects and raising awareness for AAFLC. Please visit www.helpaaflc.org/getinvolvedhub to learn more. Never underestimate your great influence on others – your projects and blogs may inspire others to do the same in their communities!
Go to www.goodsearch.com and select AAFLC as the charity you want to support! Every search will give us $0.01. Every penny counts, so please tell all your friends, co-workers and family members to help!
We need help raising awareness for our cause and teaching others the suffering that over 800,000 children go through yearly.
Please visit http://www.facebook.com/AmericanAssociationforLostChildren on Facebook to join our profile. Please share this group with all of your friends, co-workers and family members and ask them to join our worthy cause to save our children.