Annual Fundraiser 2015
Please mark your calendars for our Annual Fundraiser being held on September 24, 2015, 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm, at Pomoaika’i Ballroom.
Get Help for Parents
Click on the links on the right for more missing child resources.
The following information provide additional information that may be useful and is being provided consistent with the intended purpose of the website. However, the Missing Child Center-Hawaii cannot attest to the accuracy of information provided by this link. Providing links to a non-Missing Child Center-Hawaii websites does not constitute an endorsement by the Missing Child Center-Hawaii, any of its employees, or sponsors of the site.
Parents, guardians, and adults who care for children face constant challenges when trying to help keep children safer in today’s fast-paced world. For decades, children were taught to stay away from “strangers.” But this concept is difficult for children to grasp and often the perpetrator is someone the child knows. It is more beneficial to help build children’s confidence and teach them to respond to a potentially dangerous situation, rather than teaching them to look out for a particular type of person.
Click on the links to the right for more information about keeping your children safe.
The Internet offers an array of entertainment and educational resources for children but also presents some risks. Approximately one in seven youths (10 to 17 years) experience a sexual solicitation or approach while online.1
The Friends of the Missing Child Center – Hawaii is committed to helping all audiences — from kids to parents and guardians to law-enforcement officers and educators — learn the aspects of Internet safety.
You can’t watch kids every minute, but you can use strategies to help them benefit from the Internet and avoid its risks.
We urge you to do one of the single most important things to promote safety — talk to kids about the rewards and risks of Internet use.
Click on the links to the right for more information on internet safety.
Sexual Exploitation of Children
In 1996 the U.S. Congress established the Exploited Child Division within the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC). The Exploited Child Division serves as a resource center for the public, parents, law enforcement, and others about the issues surrounding the sexual exploitation of children.
Click on the links to the right for more information.
Natural Disasters: Is your family prepared?
The Friends of the Missing Child Center – Hawaii reminds families that it’s important to plan for your family’s safety. Families may become separated during the chaos of a natural disaster, especially when evacuation is required.
Click on the link at the right for more information on recommendations for families impacted by a natural disaster.