How Social Media Can Help Find Your Missing Child

Written by Sarah Hill

Feb 7, 2013

Find Your Missing Child (FYMC) was founded after a social media and email campaign helped one man find his missing child. Its goal is to educate families about the community-building powers of social media and email to aid in the search of a missing child.

Using resources like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and more, Find Your Missing Child pulls together your online community in hopes of yielding real world results. JESS3 was honored to design a helpful infographic for such a unique non-profit.

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Sarah Hill

Sarah Hill is an independent PR Community Manager.

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