Tonight's special guest is Kattie Andrews from Easton, Pennsylvania, a survivor of child abuse who grew up in foster care. This will be her first time telling her story, so we really appreciate her doing so and welcome her to the NAASCA family. Kattie is a foster care survivor and a victim of childhood abuse. Among other things, she's a member of the Alliance of Guardian Angels and a Lead Advocate for CFSI Missing (Center for Search & Investigations). The US Dept. of Justice reports over 2,100 children go missing each day, and the FBI says one third will be victims of Child Trafficking. CFSI is an organization with a high success rate of bringing missing children aged 11-16 home safely, by assisting and training families and communities in facilitating the search and location efforts worldwide in order to safeguard children from abduction, child trafficking & exploitation. CFSI's services are always offered free of charge to the parents of missing children whom meet the non-profit's criteria. It's simple and easy to make a big difference in a child's life. CFSI for Missing Children is seeking advocates who can join its teams located in each state and assist with such efforts as raising awareness throughout social media, participating in grid searches, neighborhood canvases and blitzing your area with posters. "We hope that you will be willing to give a little of your time when a child in your area goes missing," it says on the web site. "Think about how much you would appreciate the help if your child were missing."
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