Project Jason Awareness Programs
Project Jason has several programs available to raise awareness for missing persons. We encourage you to participate in as many as you can. Remember, each time the face of a missing person is seen, that increases the odds of location. Visual aids, such as posters and photo buttons, are proven to be successful means of awareness. In fact, one of every six missing person is found as a result of seeing the face of the missing person. Please help us bring them home.
18 Wheel Angels – How Truckers Can Help
Bi-monthly poster dissemination campaigns aimed at truck drivers and business travelers. It includes a listing of the featured missing persons in a national trucking publication, Through the Gears. More . . .
Awareness Angels Network –Posters You Can Disseminate
With your membership, you’ll receive notifications via email about new missing person cases, updates on current cases, and recovered persons. More . . .
Campaign for the Missing
This is a grassroots effort to pass legislation in each and every state that can positively effect the outcome of missing persons cases. Project Jason serves as the facilitator for this campaign, and mentors each volunteer through the process in their state. More . . .
Come Home – Shelter Outreach
Bi-monthly personalized poster dissemination campaigns targeting missing person cases wherein there is evidence that the person may be living a homeless lifestyle. Poster links are emailed to participating homeless shelters nationwide who then print and place the poster in their shelter. More . . .
Second Life – Posters Displayed in Virtual Worlds
Project Jason is honored to be one of 44 nonprofit organizations and the first missing persons’ assistance organization to be selected as part of a new area of Nonprofit Commons, a section within the virtual world, Second Life. The Project Jason office in Second Life has three purposes: disseminate general information about the epidemic of missing persons, deliver presentations and other materials and to exhibit special posters of missing persons. More . . .
Voices for the Missing
Audio interviews done with families of the missing wherein they tell their stories. More . . .
Voice for the Missing Blog
Stories about missing persons along with a variety of educational information are shared. Visit the Voice for the Missing Blog.