We are delighted to welcome some new organisations and companies into the Missing People family

What have we been up to?

Safe Way Home

We partnered with South Western Railway (SWR) and Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) to deliver our ‘Safe Way Home’ campaign.

This campaign uses billboards, digital boards, and audio announcements at stations to encourage anyone thinking of going missing to find us first and to contact our Helpline on 116 000.

We displayed 12 long-term missing appeals on GTR’s WIFI landing page which ended in January. This ensures that we can work towards our goal that every missing person is found safe and well.

Lexis Nexis Risk Solutions

On 23rd January, Missing People were given the opportunity to be the chosen Charity for the volunteering segment of our corporate partner’s LexisNexis Risk Solutions’ annual conference.

Ross Miller, Director of Fundraising and Communications, opened the session with a presentation on the Charity, highlighting our Lost Contact service (which LexisNexis Risk Solutions fund), our SafeCall service and our Hertfordshire Missing service – who offer confidential young person led support.

Over 250 staff collated and packed care packages for the vulnerable young people that Missing People support. These packages will keep young people safer so thank you LexisNexis for your continued support!


We partnered with Trainline to create an innovative missing person appeal alert system, using geo-targeted urgent and current missing person appeals landing directly on users’ phones.

The appeals are shown to users of the Trainline app and works by displaying images of people who have gone missing in the vicinity, as well as information on the steps to take if you suspect you have seen a missing person or have information on their whereabouts.

Royal Mail

As part of our ongoing partnership with Royal Mail, we continued our ‘Messages of Hope’ campaign at Christmas, where Royal Mail employees, as well as the general public, were encouraged to send an anonymous message of hope to families with missing loved ones.

We know that Christmas is a very difficult time for the families that we help so to have Royal Mail’s employees send supportive messages to them, it makes a difference.