Missing People partners with online travel network

The partnership sees London-based charity Missing People look to reach a global audience for its appeals as well as promote its campaigning and fundraising.

Joe Lepper | 13th Sep 19

The charity Missing People has hooked up with a quarter of a million strong online network of travel industry professionals

The link up sees the charity chosen as a partner by travel industry website TravelMole, which provides real time travel information to those working in the travel industry and has an audience of 250,000.

This includes promoting Missing People’s appeals, raising awareness for its campaigning and boosting donations.

The link up is seen as particularly key as it enables the London based charity to reach a global audience.

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“With our global reach, and with an audience of well-travelled professionals from all sectors of the travel industry, a partnership with Missing People made total sense,” said TravelMole Editor in Chief Bev Fearis.

“We are ideally placed to share their appeals across the world through our online newswires. The charity does incredible work in reuniting people with their loved ones, and we are immensely proud to be supporting their efforts.”

Long-term support

According to Missing People somebody is reporting as missing every 90 seconds in the UK. The charity helps locate those who are missing and support their families where the wait for the return of their loved one can take years.

The charity offers a mobile phone text service for advice and support.

Alex Livingstone, Missing People’s Corporate Partnerships Manager, added that the partnership allows “us to reach a new audience, sharing our appeals to communities across the world.  We look forward to working with them.”

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