The following is a selection of just some of MPAN’s latest media articles and appearances. Please find a full list of media articles here.
MPAN provides support to family and loved ones of a missing person in their darkest time. The team wanted to make the process of creating a search campaign as easy as possible.
Global non-profit Girls in Tech teams up with REA Group to host its first Hacking for Humanity event in Melbourne
“Making a tool like these guys have done … means the world to people who find themselves in an absolute nightmare,” O’Keeffe said during the event.
Vodafone has introduced a new dedicated “missing persons” policy so family and friends of customers listed as missing can better manage their account. Its believed to be the first policy of its kind by an Australian telco.
Funds donated by the family of Rye Hunt will help the search for another Tasmanian man, Missing Persons Advocacy Network says.
The incredible generosity shown to a Tasmanian family who flew to Brazil to search for their missing loved one will also benefit others now his ashes have been brought back home.
“Rye was a keen and vocal supporter of this charity, and as such, we would like to show our support in his honour,” the post said.
This is an extraordinary story, from an extraordinary woman…
Five years is a long time, an eternity really when someone you love deeply has gone missing.
Generosity Magazine asks why such a prevalent issue is stifled by stigma and stereotypes.
“This initiative is innovative, direct, effective — the exact type of thing our charity gets excited about.”
This, from Emma Beckett, leads on from a Junkee Junket session she ran about how to raise public awareness about missing persons.
CommBank created the Australian of the Day series and sent PedestrianTV to get to know the woman behind MPAN.
CommBank Australian of the Day – Loren O’Keeffe
‘Extra Minutes’ interview with Charles Wooley for Channel Nine’s ’60 Minutes’
A Public Service Announcement from ambassador Deborah Mailman
Vodafone Foundation World of Difference 2014
Monthly segment on Channel Ten’s ‘The Project’
Whilst most radio interviews are not online, please find a selection of the latest on our SoundCloud account here.