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An Evening of Hope

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children's HOPE AWARDS will be held on Thursday, April 12 at The Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington, D.C. This year we are proud to present a Hope Award to Honeywell Hometown Solutions for their decades long support and dedication to providing prevention education to children and to Old Navy for their initiative to provide children with safety tools through a nationwide instore campaign. We're delighted to present a Champion Award to Emily Vacher who has led the charge at Facebook to bring AMBER Alerts nationally and internationally to the Facebook platform and to Pamela Foster, who, after the tragic kidnapping and death of her 11-year old daughter on a Navajo Nation reservation, found a way to focus her healing and is now an advocate for children everywhere, leading nationwide efforts to encourage Native American communities to adopt AMBER Alert plans and develop programs to protect children from predators. We will present a Courage Award to Jasmine, a courageous teen who escaped a house of horrors after being abducted for 29 days. This inspiring evening will celebrate the spirit of Hope and shine a light on the critical mission of our organization and the partners and friends who make our work possible. Learn more about the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children here.

Sponsorship Opportunities

In addition to recognizing heroes in the fight to protect children, the 2017 Hope Awards was an inspiring event focused on the critical mission of our organization and the partners and friends who help make our work possible.

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2018 Hope Awards Sponsorship Levels & Benefits

Event Details:

Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium
April 12, 2018
1301 Constitution Ave NW
Washington, DC 20240

Accomodations Coming Soon
For additional information, contact Yolanda Menz at:
Phone:877-446-2632 ext. 3145
Email: ymenz@ncmec.org
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