Team HOPE connects the parents of missing children with experienced volunteers who can assist in the search and other resources. Many of the volunteers for Team HOPE had a missing child, and are able to provide a unique perspective and advice.
Angie Dodge's mom and brother have started a gofundme in her honor. The funds will be help nonprofit cold case foundations and under-funded Police Departments to test DNA samples, purchase equipment that will ultimately help solve cold cases.
The family of Ian Eckles would like donations to go to Kittitas County Search and Rescue, in appreciation of their efforts to find Ian.
NAMI envisions a world where all people affected by mental illness live healthy, fulfilling lives supported by a community that cares.
NAMI provides advocacy, education, support and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives.
The mission of The Kyron Horman Foundation is to help families of missing children in their ultimate goal to bring their child(ren) home. Inspired by a 7-year old boy who went missing in 2010, the Foundation offers a variety of services,
including, but not limited to the following:
The Endowment shall award scholarships to Mount Baker High School graduates who have taken an active part in the Mount Baker High School Music Program, including participation in their senior year.
The scholarship will be awarded based also on these additional criteria:
Teekah Lewis' family is raising funds to hire a private investigator to look into a new lead. Please donate to the GoFundMe below.
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Click below to donate directly to Karlee to help cover the costs of her efforts. The funds go towards the billboard, a private investigator and the small things that add up quick, like printing flyers.
Trooper Steve Houle Memorial Fund
Trooper Steve Houle was a 28 year veteran of the Washington State Patrol. Trooper Houle was trapped in an avalanche while snowmobiling in Kittitas County, and passed away. His entire detachment responded to the area, and waited for him to be recovered. The WSP Trooper's Association president Spike Unruh described him as a great person, excellent employee, who was loved and respected by all. My thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends and WSP family. Below is the link to donate to Trooper Houle's family.
Kaylee's mom Juli has started a program to donate Kaylee's favorite book to children in head start in her memory. Click "Purchase A Book" and you will be taken to the amazon page where you can buy a book for KK's readers.