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Nevada Child Seekers works diligently with media outlets to inform the community of safety issues concerning children. If you would like to interview a Nevada Child Seekers professional on related topics please contact our office at 702-458-7009 as we are happy to help spread awareness for missing and endangered youth. Our staff is also fluent in Spanish.

Additional News Article:

Unfortunately, predators exists in every city across the country (Published: 8/01 10:40 pm) By, News 3 Reported by: Elizabeth Donatelli
http://www.mynews3.com/content/news/story/Unfortunately-predators-exists-in-every-city/GUj_1inA9kiwYgHiU6A83A.cspx

AMBER Alert Awareness Day – January 2009

Nevada Child Seekers 5K Dash & 1Mile Stroll – April 2009

Recently, Nevada Child Seekers was featured in an article written by Laws.com about child abduction prevention organizations. Laws.com focuses primarily on raising the community’s awareness about crime prevention and keeping the public informed on current issues. Click on the link below to read the article and to view other articles written by Laws.com.

http://www.laws.com/child-abduction.html

 

Nevada Child Seekers Takes to Social Media to Find Missing Kids

Nevada Child Seekers – 5k dash & 1 Mile Stroll

Nevada Child Seekers – 3 O’clock Club featured non-profit

LVMPD Helps Nevada Child Seekers

Drug Enforcement Administration Partners with Nevada Child Seekers to bring National Red Ribbon Week to Las Vegas

Bike The Bright Lights of The World-Famous Las Vegas Strip

 

Cox Check Presentation

Greg Jackson, Steve Schorr, Lee Haney, Stephanie Parker, and Mark Gangeness display $32,000 check presented to Nevada Child Seekers by Cox Communications.

Cox Communications proudly announces they will sponsor the radKIDS program in Southern Nevada in 2009. Their donation of $32,000 will go a long way in training facilitators and supplying equipment for us to teach the abduction prevention safety program to children K-12. Through this program, children become empowered, learning to replace the fear, confusion, and panic of dangerous situations with confidence, personal safety skills and self-esteem. If you would like more information about this program call Sonia at (702) 458-7009 or e-mail sonia@nevadachildseekers.org.

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