Many people across the UK are experiencing the devastating impact of having someone go missing. Others are on their own journey of being away from home. Find comfort and support through peer stories, share your own advice, meet in person or virtually, or join our private, online discussion space.
Whether you have your own experience of 'missing' or you simply want to support a great cause, we would love for you to become part of our community.
Understand how many people go missing, how many are found, and some of the reasons people leave.
Discover the latest news, projects and events from the charity, and see what our team have been up to.
Hear first hand from people who have had someone in their life go missing, or who have been away from home themselves.
Follow us on social media and share appeals for missing people, which are posted daily.
Find out how you can support missing people and their families by fundraising at home or work.
Find out how you could get involved by giving your time to volunteer.
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