Project Jason announces a new program that offers families of the missing individual websites to increase awareness of their missing loved ones. Keys to Hope will be available to all families registered for Project Jason services and who do not currently have a website, Facebook page or other dedicated internet presence for their missing family member.
"Continued hope is a necessity for these families," stated Kelly Jolkowski, President and Founder of Project Jason. "These easy-to-use websites will provide hope in the form of awareness, to these families. You never know which click of a mouse may bring a much-needed answer."Four Keys to Hope websites are now live. They are:
Floyd Price: http://floydprice.projectjason.org/
Randy Spring: http://randyspring.projectjason.org/
Mark Wilson: http://markwilson.projectjason.org/
James Zinza: http://jameszinza.projectjason.org/
Tammy Youngman, granddaughter of Floyd Price, said, "I love the new Keys to Hope web site. It has given me an opportunity to share stories and information about my missing grandfather, “Papa,” as he is affectionately known. Thank you, Project Jason, for helping those of us that aren't adept at making our own sites to obtain public awareness for our missing loved ones.” Floyd has been missing since 2004 from Diamondhead, MS.
23 years ago, Arlene Spring's son, Randy, disappeared in California. "My son’s new website gives me hope that there are people who care about the missing and who will also take the time to encourage families with missing loved ones," she said. Meanwhile, her hope for Randy's recovery never diminishes, even with the passage of time, but is renewed with Randy's new site.
Project Jason’s Keys to Hope sites provide family members of missing persons whom we serve a free space to share the stories of their missing loved ones with the world. Not every family has the means, know-how, or contacts to be able to create a web presence for their missing loved one.
“The vision for Keys to Hope came to me while doing the redesign of Project Jason’s site,” said Project Jason webmaster, Jeffrey Messick, a freelance website designer and owner of Bluecamelsweb. “I realized that developing the network for the Keys to Hope program would be the perfect way to provide an easy-to-use format and thus make it work for these suffering families. I was very pleased to be able to use my skills and current technology to make a difference in their lives.”
For additional information about the program, please see http://keystohope.projectjason.org/About Project Jason
Project Jason, founded in 2003, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting families of missing persons. The organization offers tactical guidance, emotional support, and hope for families continuing their searches for answers.
The families working with Project Jason benefit from increased public awareness of their missing loved ones through a variety of outreach and educational activities. The families are also guided toward existing resources available to help with their efforts.
Project Jason is based in Omaha, Nebraska.
For more information about Project Jason’s objectives, activities and services, go to http://www.projectjason.org