GETTING STARTED MilitaryTake 25 is a grassroots campaign created by the National Center for Missing & ExploitedChildren (NCMEC) in honor of National Missing Children’s Day. Annually recognized on May25th, the Take 25 Campaign encourages parents, guardians, educators, communitymembers, law enforcement and other trusted adults to take 25 minutes out of their day totalk to children about safety.Get Involved!Start by hosting a Take 25 event in your community. A Take 25 event can be any opportunityto engage children, families, and the community on the importance of child safety,including: o Host a Safety Fair. Work with your local Family Support Center and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Centers to incorporate the message of child safety in to family activities. o Organize a Child ID Event. Partner with your local military law enforcement officers to protect children with this invaluable resource. o Distribute Take 25 Resources. Take 25 materials can be distributed at local events and during the Month of the Military Child and Military Appreciation Month. o Help Find Missing Children. Post photos of missing children in Commissaries, Exchanges, and other base facilities.Take 25 resources are available in multiple languages and are FREE to communities.Request yours today! Event organizers receive free materials for each registered event. To get started, visit www.Take25.org/host.