It matters not the age of the missing person. They're someone's child.
They're someone's brother, son, sister, mother, father, aunt, uncle,
daughter, grandson or granddaughter, niece, nephew, cousin...
or friend. And sometimes friends are often the only family they
And when they go missing, those who know them, care about them,
and love them, worry.
It matters not the profession they were in. Whether unemployed,
student, corporate, blue collar worker, prostitute, carnival
worker or transient.
Their disappearance sends shock waves throughout their families
and friends. Life is never again normal for those left behind, not
even when they do find answers.
And many are seeking answers.
What every family should know when a loved one goes missing.
PORCHLIGHT INTERNATIONAL FOR THE MISSING & UNIDENTIFIED.
BLACK & MISSING BUT NOT FORGOTTEN