4 ways to get involved with Missing Children


MCSA’s service is free to the community but they naturally have various needs that have to be met in order to be able to operate efficiently. As a Non-Profit Organisation, they are dependant on your donations to keep on doing the work we do. To find out how you can support MCSA click on the links below to go to their donations page. Your generous support will assist them in bringing home all our children safely.

Woolworths MySchool Card

Missing Children South Africa is listed as a beneficiary of the MyVillage program, an extension of the MySchool program by Woolworths. You can add Missing Children South Africa as one of your three beneficiaries or change one of your 3 beneficiaries to MCSA. This will ensure that a small percentage of your transactions at Woolworths are allocated to us.

Report A Missing Person

DO NOT WAIT 24 HOURS! Complete a SAPS 55 (A) form at your nearest South African Police Station as soon as you realise a loved one has gone missing and click on the Report Now button below. This way, we can get to work right away and not waste precious time in a bid to locate your loved one. You can visit the About Us page to see how we go about locating missing persons.

Adopt A Salary

For those who would like to become more intimately involved with MCSA, they have created the opportunity for you to adopt a salary. You will be directly impacting MCSA on an operational level and have a transparent and intimate control of your involvement in the organisation. All contributions to MCSA is tax deductible as we are able to provide you with a Section 18-A tax certificate.


Source: Missing Children South Africa

Their website www.missingchildren.org.za acts as an emergency report facility as well as being platform for informational and educational material with regards to Child Safety.

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