Notre équipe

Pina Arcamone — Directrice générale

Nancy Duncan — Directrice, Programme d’assistance aux familles

Valerie Cousineau — Directrice du développement

Patrick Bergeron — Chargé de dossiers, Programme d’assistance aux familles

Cynthia Patenaude — Coordonnatrice au programme jeunesse

Anne Dupont-Huot — Intervenante au programme jeunesse

Claudine Guérin — Coordonnatrice de l’administration et de la comptabilité

Jessica Vitulano — Responsable du financement et des bénévoles

Delphine Décarie — Responsable des communications

 

 

 

Today marks the 34th anniversary of the Missing Children's Network. A gruesome tragedy brought two complete strangers together, Marcèle Lamarche and the late Susan Armstrong, and in May 1985 the Missing Children's Network was born.

Since its inception, the Missing Children's Network has envisioned a world where children can be just children: safe, protected and loved. We are grateful to our family of supporters that include our generous donors, loyal corporate and community partners, dedicated volunteers and staff who all share our vision and are just as committed as we are to making our small corner of the world a safer place for all children. The Missing Children's Network is staunchly committed to significantly reducing the number of children that fall victim to abduction, aggression and exploitation in Quebec.

Our organization is living proof that when people join forces, great things can happen.

To date, thanks to your continued and generous support, we have assisted law enforcement in the recovery of over 1,500 missing children as well as increased the personal safety of over 200,000 children through the delivery of quality prevention programs. We share our successes with you and today, we can all be proud of the progress that we have made through the years. Our small corner of the world is a better place thanks to you!
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The Missing Children's Network is pleased to inform you that 15-year-old Christie Tshingambu, has been found. Thank you to all of those who shared her picture. ... See MoreSee Less

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When you arrive in a new place with your child, such as a park, shopping center, grocery store, etc., make sure you identify with your child all the safe people and places that they can approach if they ever need help: for example, a store employee, a security guard, a police officer, etc. In an emergency situation, children need to know that there is always someone available to help them. ... See MoreSee Less

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We Never Stop Searching!
Lorraine Legault was 3 years-old when she vanished on June 25, 1975, and Xiao Feng Lu was last seen back on April 30, 2014. He was only 8 months-old.

Lorraine and Xiao are two young and innocent children who both went missing under very suspicious circumstances.

Their families have never given up hope that one day their prayers will be answered.

Hope is definitely in the air! Thank you for sharing Lorraine’s and Xiao’s photos. One click is all it takes to help bring them home!
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Le Réseau Enfants-Retour est à la recherche d'un/une Coordonnateur/trice aux communications.
L’entrée en fonction est prévue vers le début juillet 2019.
La date limite pour envoyer votre candidature est le 7 juin 2019, à 17 h. Veuillez faire parvenir votre dossier à la directrice générale, Madame Pina Arcamone, par courriel à p.arcamone@reseauenfantsretour.ong ou par télécopieur au 514 843-8211.
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