thank you for your interest in supporting the 2015 hope awards. please fill out this form and the national center for missing and exploited children will follow-up with you shortly.
Amanda Berry and Georgina DeJesus, who were held captive by their abductor for a decade, were honored at the 2014 Hope Awards for their courage and resilience and for giving hope to other families.
Together with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, you are helping keep hope alive.
John Walsh, co-founder, NCMEC
The Hope Awards
The Hope Awards is an annual celebration held in Washington, D.C. to remember missing children and help inspire hope for searching families. At this event the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children awards individuals whose efforts have contributed to making the world a safer place for children.
Be a part of the celebration
We're proud of the extraordinary milestones and life saving successes we've achieved over the past 30 years and we invite you to be a part of this celebration.
Leaders in the fight to protect children
Help us honor the many individuals and organizations that contribute to our success.