Missing Persons Advocacy Network
Missing Persons Advocacy Network (MPAN) creates awareness for missing persons while offering support to families and friends.
When someone goes missing, research shows at least 12 people are directly impacted – emotionally, psychologically and financially. MPAN provides practical online advice on what to do when someone disappears and partners with key industries to shine a light on the issue and the impact on those left behind.
Funds raised: $90,000
100 Australians go missing every day in Australia. While the majority are found and come home, many remain missing long term. At TFN Live Sydney, MPAN pitched for funding to provide trained phone counsellors to support the friends and family of missing people.