Organization Helps You 'Send Hope with Every Letter' By Putting Missing Kids' Faces on Stamps
In time for National Missing Children’s Month, The Missing Children's Network is launching a grassroots movement that puts the faces of missing children where they've never been before — on postage stamps.
Via a new website — MissingKidsStamps.ca — the network is working to raise awareness and drive action on behalf of the children who go missing in Canada each year and, hopefully, reunite families. MissingKidsStamps.ca, developed by Montreal ad agency Lowe Roche, uses stamp personalization technology. Canadians can now download and use specially tailored photographs of missing children to create individual postage stamps — and maybe get them into the hands of someone who might recognize these kids who have disappeared.
This system should be available worldwide.