Every year, Missing Children Europe ask children and artists to design some Christmas e-cards for you! This year, the raised funds will help us actively support the coordination of the 116000 European hotlines for missing children, available 24/7 in 31 European countries

In 2020, thanks to a partnership with flower shops, our Christmas greeting cards were also available to get in three flower shops in Brussels:

How does it work?

Step 1
Choose your favourite e-card.

A big thank you to our artists for donating their time and talent to this campaign: Boróka Bálint, Agata Fraczek, Helena Gruza and Giulia Sanna.
If you represent a company/organisation, we are happy to add your logo and the name of your company to the e-card. For any changes, please send us an e-mail at: andrea.tedde@missingchildreneurope.eu.


Step 2
Send us an email at andrea.tedde@missingchildreneurope.eu with the number of your desired e-card. We will get back to you as soon as possible. Please note that after 20 December, much of our office will be on holiday.


Step 3
Make a transfer of your desired amount.
In 2019, 116 000 hotlines operators in Europe received around 200 calls every month! For every donation of €30, we will be able to renew one hotline customer relationship management (CRM) license for a month to continue support children (at risk of) going missing and their families across Europe. Each donation matters!
Bank Account Fondation pour Enfants Disparus: IBAN: BE 41 363 025 760 210 BIC: BBRUBEBB. Communication: “Donation European activity”.
Donations of 40 euros or more made by residents of France, Belgium and Luxembourg are eligible to receive a fiscal tax certificate.


Step 4
Spread the word out! Let everyone know about Celebrate with Missing Children Europe’s campaign by posting on social media, using the hashtag #CelebrateWithMCE and tagging us:
Twitter: @MissingChildEU
Facebook: @MissingChildrenEurope
Fundraise for us on Facebook
With this link, you will be able to easily create a fundraiser for Missing Children Europe.


This year, we aim to raise money to support the coordination of the 160000 European hotlines by sustaining hotline customer relationship management systems, and therefore, collect and exchange all necessary information about missing children cases to support children and their families.

The 116000 hotlines, available 24/7 in 31 European countries, play a crucial role in ensuring that all children, and their parents, have access to emotional, psychological, and legal support. Nevertheless, 60% of hotlines who received funding from local and national authorities in 2019, reported that the funding was not sufficient to ensure delivery of the expected standard of services.

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