Justice for Kyron Horman!
For the past five years, people have come together in support of Kyron and our family and we ask for your continued support. As we are standing together we ask you to stand with us. Fight for the little boy who has touched so many hearts. Help us bring Kyron home.
Initially this site was set up for donations to help with the civil suit Desiree filed against Terri Horman in the disappearance of our Kyron. While she still believes Terri has the answers we so desperately seek, it was in Kyron's best interest that the civil suit was withdrawn. However, this does not mean we are giving up or going away. We will do whatever it takes to bring Kyron home to us. Donations to this site will now be used in our continued search to bring Kyron home.
(This site is monitored by Kelly Ramirez, Desiree Young's sister.)
We Promise We Will Find You.
We Will Never Stop!
The fact is, International Fitness doesn’t have to keep the Wall of Hope up. They technically don’t have an obligation to Kyron, but what about the obligation to their own community and Kyron’s mother? Every piece of hope and faith. Special words to Kyron, presents from all over the world sent to a little boy, to show their love and support. That wall was a symbol of hope for him to see when he came home. These things weren’t trash. Kyron’s family should have been given the option to bring all of those treasured memories home.
The contract agreement regarding the Wall of Hope with Xtreme Edge Gym was originally between Bob Briede and Kaine Horman. Bob understood how much Kyron meant to the community and would have continued to keep the wall up. Unfortunately, it seems not all of the parties involved feel the same way.
A private company donated the fencing and labor to move and place the wall in that location, and that belongs to Kyron and not the gym. All of those items belonged to Kyron, and he should be the only person that gets to decide whether they are thrown away or not. I personally will never be a member of a gym that would choose to give a missing child such little consideration.
What do we want to come from this? Well, we don’t want a GM of International Fitness to say, “I don’t think it represented the foundation well and it definitely didn’t represent International Fitness well.” We think tens of thousands of people loving and caring about a missing child represents the goodness in humanity and that showing support for that child would represent any business well. It saddens me that International Fitness doesn’t want to be part of a community that cares about a missing child, because that wall represented hope. It represented love for an innocent little boy that didn’t deserve for this to happen to him.
They owe Kyron an apology. They owe the community and every person who put something on that fence an apology, including Desiree and Kyron’s family, and to acknowledge how heartless of a choice this was.
What I’m wondering is why Kaine doesn’t have a comment for the Wall of Hope he made all the decisions for? The same wall that represents his missing son. Probably the same reason he will not allow a search on his property.
Kelly and Desiree
What is it like to have a missing loved one?
Every day is just as painful as the last. You struggle to hold on to hope when you are constantly riding a roller coaster of emotions. You struggle to remember and find any bit of happiness, but are convinced that it no longer exists. Many moments and events in your family’s life that should be celebrated are just reminders that you still have someone missing from it. Each day you wake up and pray that he/she will be brought home to you because you just can’t bear another day without them. And each day as you go to sleep, you pray for it all over again. You are stuck reliving all of the regrets you have, over and over and over again. If you could just go back in time and change it. You pray for the evil one to grow a conscience and do the right thing, to give you answers, to give you some measure of peace even if it’s small, and you pray for them to give you your loved one back. Against all of the odds you never give up, you never stop, you always pray, you wish on every star, and you continue getting up and doing it all over again because you will never give up on hope, you will never give up on them.
We have so many missing children in the World and their families are going through similar feelings and experiences.
What is it like now that Kyron has been missing for 6 years?
Each year I reflect on where we are and how I can change it, I try to think of at least one more thing I can do. I can tell you of all of the things that we have done to bring Kyron home, but you have all been here with us to see it. And still, we don’t have Kyron home. Each day I still expect to get that phone call that I am waiting for, you know the one, “Desiree, this is the police, we have found Kyron!” I want that phone call more than anything, I want to see the police standing on my doorstep waiting to tell me they’ve found him. I have dreamt of the day I get to hold onto Kyron again, and hug him until he says I can’t breathe Momma. I have gone over that moment and planned it out in every detail, in my head. I have dreamt of it so many times that it feels real, until I realize it’s a dream and I have just woken up.
I hope that today you will think of Kyron and all of our missing children…I would love to hear how you raised awareness for a missing child, shared their picture and story, or simply did something to recognize the day.
I hope you think of Kyron today because it takes just one person to save a life and bring him home.
Desiree Young, Kyron’s Momma
I lost a child to bone cancer years ago and I used to dream that he was missing and I would search for him in my dreams. I have always thought that a parent who has a missing child must be experiencing the worst pain ever. I've driven out to Sauvies Island and hoped that by some miracle I would find something for you. I hope that you don't find this idea as bizarre or offensive in any way...I was just wondering if you have ever consulted with a psychic. There is a reputable woman in the Portland area who helped solve a crime years ago. If you haven't already, consider it, you never know. My heart is with you.
Sabrina Fair Allen was taken by her mother when she was only 3 years old. Her mother took her to Mexico...and the years passed. Sabrina's case would have slid down into the cold case can but her father would not let happen. He hired a private investigation firm and that is one of the reasons why Sabrina was found alive fourteen years later. She is now back with her family in the United States. "Dig hard and never give up." Just ask Sabrina's Dad.
While it is very important to locate all missing children for some reason this one has always tugged at my heart. Maybe it is because my son as Kyron's age wore glasses and had a similar smile, or maybe because I am a grandmother now of seven, but whatever the reason I pray that some day this little one will be found so that his family can have some peace. I will never give up hope that he will be found alive and that he will get to feel his mother's arms around her. God Bless this family and my prayers are with them
I can't believe someone would ask you why you don't stop searching. I assume this person is not a mother. I'm sick to my stomach over this.
I remember being 10 years old and hearing about the disappearance of Kyron. Im currently 19 and it breaks my heart knowing he still isn’t home. I think about him and his mother every few months & pray that he is somewhere out there.