January 20, 2009
Child Alert Center Charities is pleased to announce the availability of a new widget to aid in the search for missing children under the age of eighteen. Parents or Guardians of a child who is missing, abducted or has runaway are urged to fill out the waiver providing us permission to add your child.
Our mission is to raise awareness for all missing children, especially those who may not have been eligible for an AMBER Alert or Missing Child Alert, so you may request to have a child added who has been missing for a while.
Print, sign, scan it and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a digital photo or a link to a digital photo we are given permission to download
Print, sign and fax it to 435-579-8592 please email a digital photo to email@example.com
Print, sign and mail it along with a physical picture.
Child Alert Center Charities
4600 Touchton Road, Suite 1150
Jacksonville, FL 32246
Photo Release waiver
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October 18, 2008
Belk Fall Charity ticket pre-sale event hosted by Child Alert Center Charities
Saturday Oct 18, 2008
12:00 PM-4:00 PM
Belk Store Regency Square Mall
9501 Arlington Expy
Jacksonville, Florida 32225
Tickets for the Belk Fall Charity Sale Nov. 15th 6:00-10:00 a.m. will be on sale today at the Regency Square Mall store from 12:00-4:00 p.m.
Look for us at the stores Mall entrance. Come learn more about the CAC-Charities. If you’re unable to attend but want to participate click here for future events.
October 2, 2008
Child Alert Center Charities Announces Missing Child Recovery Aid Service for Active Military
JACKSONVILLE, FL. (September 18, 2008) —As a way of thanking members of the Armed Forces for their service to our country, families of active members of the military receive a free registration to Child Alert Center’s (CAC) recovery aid service for missing children ($17 value).
Child Alert Center Charities Announces Broadcast of “Still Missing” in Jacksonville, FL
JACKSONVILLE, FL. (August 29, 2008)–Child Alert Center Charities (CAC Charities), is a 501(c)3 not for profit organization committed to bringing awareness of missing children to local communities through public television broadcasting. The company’s goal is to make the shows available to 24 markets across the United States and help recover these missing children.
September 6, 2008
Some parents are concerned about their child and the information available about them on the Internet. Many understand the real dangers lie in chat rooms, instant messaging and the child posting details about themselves unaware of who is actually reading it. What parents may not realize is the Internet is already an integral part of their child’s lives even if they don’t own a home computer.
Information about your child is often available from their schools. Visit this site PowerSchool and you can learn how the Internet is used to monitor your child’s progress.
“The Leading Student Information System. More than 8,800 schools, over 4,200,000 students, most awarded SIS in 2005, SIS leader since 1997”
One interesting piece of information garnered from the site is
“According to a recent survey, 94 percent of parents want to use the web to get more involved in their children’s progress and 85 percent want more frequent progress updates.”
So why wouldn’t 100% of all parents want to proactively register their children with the Child Alert Center(CAC)?
It is an affordable web-based registry that increases the chances of bringing a missing child home. They securely store photographs and identifying information about your child. In case of an emergency, their child safety specialists in a timely manner contact resources nationwide to distribute the information and photos, in the form of a poster that will aid in search efforts.
A Web-based student information system called PowerSchool is being deployed throughout the district.
And when it’s up and running, any parent with a computer and an Internet connection can check their child’s homework assignments, grades and attendance on a daily basis, district officials said.
“It’s kind of cool,” said district IT director Moe Zwebti. “You don’t have to wait to find out if your kid is missing school. You can keep track in real time.”