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Find My Parent

Empowering Children

Morgan Hill, CA   |  https://findmyparent.org/

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Mission

To empower children to reunite with their families

Ruling year info

2022

CEO & Co-Founder

Deanielle Dawra

CFO & Co-Founder

Vincent Fichot

Main address

740 Jarvis Dr

Morgan Hill, CA 95037 USA

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EIN

85-2164861

NTEE code info

Community Service Clubs (Kiwanis, Lions, Jaycees, etc.) (S80)

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Programs and results

What we aim to solve

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Find My Parent was founded to empower children who have been separated from their families for any reason to reunite using AI technology.

Our programs

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Find My Parent mobile app

Find My Parent was founded in 2020 by parents of abducted children with the mission to empower children to reunite with their families. Find My Parent launched its first mobile app (Find My Parent) for all children and families who have become separated for any reason (stranger and family abduction, contentious divorce, conflict, natural disaster, adoption, and human trafficking).

Anyone around the world can download and use the app for free on iOS and Android devices. Users start by downloading the mobile application and after their identity is verified they are able to create a profile, adding information and images about themselves and their families. Find My Parent’s artificial intelligence technology gets to work searching for a match.

Find My Parent uses the highest security standards to protect data - the same standards used by banks, hospitals and governments. No one can search for any person on the mobile app and all people using the app and matches are verified.

Population(s) Served
Victims of conflict and war
Victims of disaster
Children and youth
Refugees and displaced people
Cross-border families

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Our results

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Direction of Success

Increasing

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Goals & Strategy

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Charting impact

Four powerful questions that require reflection about what really matters - results.

Our goal is to empower children to reunite with their families quickly and safely.

Since the launch of Find My Parent in 2020, the organization has launched two mobile applications - Find My Parent and Reunite Ukraine. In 2023, 2000+ Ukrainian police officers began using our mobile application and regularly presenting information about our technology to local communities across the entire country.

We anticipate that Reunite Ukraine will be a pilot and opportunity to learn to replicate our technology to other vulnerable populations around the world. By mid-2024, we expect to have our core technology translated into the top fifteen languages by number of native speakers. This will make our mobile application accessible to more than 3.4 billion people around the world and allow us to localize our app in a matter of hours in times of crises. As natural disasters become more common with climate change, having the right technology available hours after a tsunami, hurricane, flood, fire or earthquake will be key to keeping families together and finding missing persons quickly.

At this point, we will approach governments of countries prone to conflict and natural disaster as well as national and international organizations to license our technology. This includes organizations such as the Red Cross, International Organization of Migration and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

In 2023 alone, the number of people missing in just some of many disasters and conflicts topped 34,000: 10,000 (Libya), 2,700 (Gaza), thousands (Morocco), 1,100 (Maui), tens of thousands (Turkey & Syria), 500 (Afghanistan), and 229 (Sudan). In 2022, more than 55,000 persons were reported missing to the Red Cross. The total number of missing persons registered (and not found) with the Red Cross currently stands at 195,000. The International Commission on Missing Persons database holds records of over 110,000 missing persons.

By the end of 2024, we anticipate spreading our technology to 1.6 million law enforcement officers across the European Union. Our technology will not only support these officers in the search and rescue of 260,000 children who go missing each year but will also strengthen cross-border collaboration as officers can communicate regardless of language barriers in real time.

By the end of 2025, we strive to utilize our technology in Latin American and at the southern border of the United States to prevent the separation of migrant children as the move towards the US.

With over 152,000 unaccompanied minors encountered by Border Patrol at the border in 2022 alone, FMPs technology has the potential to help tens of thousands of children stay connected with their families.

By 2026, FMP strives to be the de facto app for reuniting victims of human and sexual trafficking with their families. There are currently an estimated 27.6 million people who are victims of human trafficking at any given time world.

Find My Parent has already developed an innovative technology accessible to the public for free and developed key partnerships to spread that technology to families in need of family tracing and reunification services.

Find My Parent has launched two unique mobile applications that have been downloaded by thousands of users. It has also developed key partnerships with stakeholders active in the search and reunification of missing children, including the National Police of Ukraine.

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Find My Parent

Board of directors
as of 12/08/2023
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Jack Pogosian

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Enrique Gutierrez

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Deanielle Dawra

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