conINT Missing Person Rescue Fund

Every 40 seconds in the United States, a child becomes missing or is abducted.* The National Child Protection Task Force  and Trace Labs  help break the statistic by creating assistance , rescue and prosecution teams for missing person cases nationally to bring more kids home with the aid of volunteers and high tech techniques. We need to reach our 40k goal this October to fund more rescue operations and training resources for these amazing nonprofits who have already helped find hundreds of missing children and adults.


DONATE YOUR WAY
You can donate to GoFundMe directly, purchase a tax-donatable ticket for our two day OSINT+ workshop conference, conINT and/or purchase a limited-time fundraiser t-shirt (link to come).

DONATIONS GO TO:
Proceeds will go directly to the nonprofits Trace Labs and the National Child Protection Task Force which focus on these main initiatives:
-Generating New Leads on Missing Person Cases
-Funding the Training of High-Level Search Teams 
-Funding Prosecution Teams


MORE ABOUT conINT:
The National Child Protection Task Force, a non-profit, along with Trace Labs, a not-for-profit, and The Many Hats Club , education community, presents a two day fundraising workshop and search party, Oct 17 to 18, focused on bringing you the most innovative teachers in the intelligence community to teach and train the exact techniques that have been proven to lead to those that are missing. You can learn more and purchase a tax-donatable ticket at www.conint.io. Ticket and sponsor purchases will automatically be tallied on our GoFundMe.

MORE ABOUT TRACE LABS:
Trace Labs is a Not-For-Profit organization with a mission to crowdsource the collection of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) to generate new leads on missing persons cases. Trace Labs has created a platform that enables the collection of OSINT to power crowdsourced Capture the Flag (CTF) events known as “OSINT Search Party CTFs”. OSINT refers to the collection, processing and analysis of publicly available data such as social media, forums, government records, and even the dark web. Learn more at www.tracelabs.com

MORE ABOUT THE NATIONAL CHILD PROTECTION TASK FORCE:
The National Child Protection Task Force is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, formed to pursue child predators and aid in their arrest and prosecution anywhere they may hide. We were founded to provide law enforcement access to investigative expertise and resources that are unavailable or under-funded in most law enforcement organizations. The members of our Task Force volunteer their time to any agency, small or large, international or local, on important, time-sensitive cases involving missing, exploited, or trafficked children. We keep going forward to build a world ​where children wake up ​to experience childhood,​ feel safe, and end each ​day looking forward ​to tomorrow.


*That statistic means 765,000 children a year. Sadly this is an old statistic and the number is even greater now. Join our cause. Link to Original Data: https://www.fbi.gov/audio-repository/news-podcasts-inside-inside_071211.mp3/view

Donations

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  • Branndon Pike 
    • $50 
    • 2 d
  • PAUL BUTENHOFF 
    • $75 
    • 3 d
  • Black Hills Information Security 
    • $1,000 
    • 3 d
  • conINT Eventbrite Donations 
    • $638 (Offline)
    • 4 d
  • Jessica Smith 
    • $200 
    • 4 d
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Fundraising team: Trace Labs & The Many Hats Club (4)

Kevin Brian Metcalf 
Organizer
Raised $1,250 from 7 donations
Fayetteville, AR
National Child Protection Task Force, Inc. 
Registered nonprofit
Donations are typically 100% tax deductible in the US.
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Adrian Korn 
Team member
Raised $1,140 from 6 donations
Andrew Nowlin 
Team member
Raised $46 from 2 donations
Griffin Glynn 
Team member
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