Polly Klaas® Foundation Observes National Missing Children's Day, and Announces A New Partnership with The Child ID Program

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The Polly Klaas® Foundation collaborates with The Child ID Program to offer free Child Safety Kits and information about services for finding missing and runaway children.

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We are pleased to have them join us in this important work.

In observance of National Missing Children's Day (May 25), the Polly Klaas® Foundation and The Child ID Program have announced a new partnership to help keep children safe from kidnapping.

For the last 20 years The Child ID Program has provided affordable child and school identification, by working closely with schools and families in the US, Puerto Rico, Canada & Europe.

Their long-time relationships with families and schools provide them with wonderful opportunities to supply more parents with the Polly Klaas® Foundation's free Child Safety Kit, and with information about the Foundation's child find services for missing and runaway children.

"The Child ID Program has integrated support for the Polly Klaas® Foundation into their operations," said Robert DeLeo, Executive Director of the Polly Klaas® Foundation. "We are pleased to have them join us in this important work."

Marc Bakerman, President of The Child ID Program, said, "We will be in the schools helping to educate parents about child safety, and at the same time donating to the Polly Klaas® Foundation so these essential educational and child find services can continue to flourish."

For each CHIP Maximum Protection Child ID System order, The Child ID Program provides to the family:

  • A free Polly Klaas® Foundation Child Safety Kit.
  • Information about the Polly Klaas Foundation's services for finding missing and runaway children.

For each CHIP Maximum Protection Child ID System product order:

  • The Child ID Program will donate $1.00 to the Polly Klaas® Foundation.

Regional Executive Directors join the Polly Klaas® Foundation Rapid Response Team eVolunteers, and distribute missing child posters.

In observance of National Missing Children's Day, both the Polly Klaas® Foundation and The Child ID Program encourage honorable families everywhere to review the Master List of Missing Children.

If the reader recognizes any of the children, please contact the Polly Klaas® Foundation caseworkers immediately at 800-587-4957.

About the Polly Klaas® Foundation
The Polly Klaas® Foundation is a national non-profit dedicated to the safety of all children. The Foundation provides a 24/7 hotline for families with missing and runaway children, a national eVolunteer force that distributes missing child posters, and its highly respected, internationally recognized free Child Safety Kit.

About the The Child ID Program
With more than 20+ years of industry leading experience, The Child ID Program is the most well known and respected child identification provider. The Child I.D. Program are innovators in developing affordable products that keep children safe along with providing to schools "complimentary" software driven security systems that keep their campuses safe. The CHIP® Maximum Protection Child I.D. System features identification for parents to keep at all times, along with identification "safe" for children to carry and/or wear. The Child I.D. Program is offered to millions of school-aged children throughout the US, Puerto Rico, Canada & Europe annually through its network of regional Executive Directors who have close ties with their community schools.

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