Corporate supporters

The National Missing Persons Coordination Centre (NMPCC) relies on its network of corporate supporters to help raise awareness of missing persons in Australia. Thanks to this network, the NMPCC is able to reach millions of people across the country to raise awareness of missing persons, and also educate the community on the issues and impacts surrounding missing persons in Australia.

The NMPCC relies on the support of the community and organizations to help raise awareness of this significant issue—it’s only together we can make a difference.

If you would like to join our network please contact the team for more information.

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Chemist Warehouse

Chemist Warehouse is using their nationwide network to promote the issue of missing persons and help bring missing persons cases to the forefront of the Australian community. Each month Chemist Warehouse generously donates advertising space in their 'House of Wellness' catalogue to profile missing persons cases and NMPCC initiatives. Keep an eye out for the missing persons profiles next time you pick up a catalogue!

Daniel Morcombe Foundation


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The AFP, through the NMPCC has been working with the Daniel Morcombe Foundation for more than 10 years. The aim of the partnership is to increase child safety education and protection initiatives in line with the mandate of the NMPCC and the Foundation’s key messages.

The NMPCC is a strong supporter of the DMF’s national day of action Day for Daniel and works with the foundation to education children, parents, and carers on how to recognise, react and report potential dangers.

McDonald's Australia

McDonald’s Australia is supporting the AFP to help raise awareness of missing persons in Australia. Each month, McDonald’s Australia generously donates advertising space on their digital ‘community noticeboard’ screens to profile long-term missing persons cases. They also support national campaigns such as National Missing Persons Week and International Missing Children’s Day with the aim to support the NMPCC in our mission to reduce the incidence and impact of missing persons in Australia.

Outdoor Media Association

The Outdoor Media Association (OMA) supports the NMPCC by coordinating national outdoor media campaigns in support of the Centre, and specifically National Missing Persons Week (NMPW). The OMA network generously donates up to $1 million annually for outdoor advertising placement to promote missing persons profiles and campaign initiatives.

Missing Person Rachel Funari


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Missing Person Malcolm Earlam

Malcolm EARLAM

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Missing Person Jorn Jensen WA


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