Through passion and persistence, we’ve secured a significant amount of ongoing pro bono and in-kind support covering everything from office space to media support, graphic design, printing, advertising and legal advice.
We optimise our select group of volunteers’ skills and time, and thanks to our corporate partners, we have almost no overheads. But without any government or corporate funding, MPAN relies on donations.
Donations help us pay for things like the maintenance of our foundation project (Missing Persons Guide) that attracts over 50 users per day, our Ambiguous Loss Training Program, essential hardware and software, initiatives like our What’s Missing podcast as well as annual awareness campaigns.
If you support the work we do, please consider making a tax-deductible donation via PayPal or via direct bank transfer.
Bank: Bank of Melbourne Account name: Missing Persons Advocacy Network BSB: 193-879 Account: 447 888 368.
Loren's unwavering support really helps to keep the hope alive that one day I might find my brother again. MPAN has been such a blessing in my life.
It has been a privilege to witness the incredible and critical work MPAN is doing in the missing persons space. I've been able to access support and educational material that was absolutely vital to the search I was involved in.
Words can’t describe how important having someone to guide us through such an unknown process, who to speak to and what to do to find our loved one is.
MPAN has provided a positive energy and focus for me during my search. It aligns with my own morals and beliefs, that a missing person is more than a one-dimensional face on a poster.
We weren't able to get media attention until we started with MPAN and now at least the public knows he’s missing.
Working with MPAN has made us all feel like we are giving back to our community in a profound and powerful way.
MPAN acknowledges the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.