Websites for Our Missing

Keys to Hope LogoHope is not a tangible good. You can’t go to the store and buy it, nor order it online. It is a critical element for the well-being of families of the missing as they progress in their journey to answers about their loved one. Hope takes many forms, and is strongly tied to awareness for the missing loved one.  Some families aren’t familiar enough with technology or have the resources to create a website for their missing loved one, a key awareness vehicle, thus an avenue for hope.

Project Jason is responding to this need by opening up a means for these families to have a simple and easy-to-use website for their missing loved one. We’re pleased to announce the Keys to Hope, where we’ll create websites for registered and qualified families.

Each Keys to Hope site includes the main page with the case profile, links to the loved one’s printable poster, photos, and more. Each family gets a blog to share stories, updates, and other posts which honor the missing loved one.  These Keys to Hope sites couldn’t be easier to use and a perfect way to bring awareness to these cases.


The Need:

The general public may be surprised to find out that the majority of the approximately 850, 000 missing persons in the US each year are never added to a website, or mentioned in public police or media accounts. They’re simply “lost” in many ways, and the hardest one of all is to those who love and miss them.

As our motto is “All missing persons are loved by someone, and their families deserve to find the answers they seek in regards to the disappearance.” we feel that the Keys to Hope sites benefit is a much-needed and perfect fit to our offerings.  No family should be left behind in their efforts to publicize their loved one’s case simply because they don’t have the means.

For more detailed information on this offering, please see the program site.  For persons viewing other than family members of the missing, please consider helping Project Jason, a 501 c 3 nonprofit, continue in our mission of service.  Links to how you can help can be found at the bottom of this page.