According to NCMEC, approximately 800,000 children disappear each year as a result of family abductions, kidnappings, and running away. This means that over 2,100 children - or 90 an hour - disappear each day. Through Project Home Again, local MSCA contractors can assist in efforts to find missing children and help bring them safely home.
Since these service vehicles travel extensively around the community on a daily basis, it is hoped that many people will see the poster and the missing child will be recognized, found, and returned to his/her family.
Each poster includes a photo of the child at the time he or she was first reported missing, biographical information, and phone numbers to call if the child has been seen or if anyone has information.
“We are proud to be participating in this extremely worthwhile program and urge everyone in the community to look for the posters on our vehicles and keep an eye out for these children,” said Dick Starr, president of Enterprise.
“MSCA is proud to have its contractor members involved in their local communities and with such a worthwhile cause,” said Barbara Dolim, MSCA executive director. “Poster programs have proven to be extremely effective in locating missing children and it is hoped that Project Home Again will significantly contribute to this success rate.”
The Enterprise Corporation specializes in HVAC, building control, and certified air/water balance. The company operates throughout northeast and north central Ohio and is an MSCA “STAR Contractor.” According to the organization, this status signifies “the elite of the elite” within MSCA due to superior technical qualifications, safety record, and 100 percent drug-free status. Enterprise can be reached at 800-HVAC-911.