Limited Space team up with Proxama and Missing People to help Find Every Child

Limited Space has joined forces with leading mobile proximity marketing expert Proxama and UK charity Missing People to promote their major new appeal which aims to radically increase the number of missing children the charity can find and support.

The FIND EVERY CHILD campaign is also focussed on creating opportunities for mobile users to donate to the appeal, using digital media space to promote the cause in several areas throughout the UK.


Limited Space’s beacon enabled digital screens are providing exposure across a network of five of the most visited shopping centres in the UK, including Metro Centre, Bullring, Intu Derby, Intu Eldon Square and Manchester Arndale.


John Kennedy, CEO of Proxama explains how the campaign will work:

“We use our mobile proximity marketing services to deliver a Find Every Child physical web campaign which shows a list of missing children specific to the local area of that user’s immediate location, as well as the opportunity to donate via text.”

“250,000 people go missing each year in the UK. It’s a staggering statistic. Despite the scale of the issue most people simply aren’t aware. Mobile provides the context that drives action. The content is personalised based on the users’ location making it very real, hopefully enabling a better chance of raising funds for this important cause, and a better chance that a missing child will be found sooner.”


Nick Bedford of Limited Space, added:

“We are thrilled to bring the Find Every Child message to some of the UK’s most visited shopping malls.  By opening up our beacon-enabled DOOH screens to the Missing People initiative we aim to raise awareness among the public, drive donations and add relevance via location specific mobile messaging.”


As a charity partner of Outsmart, the trade body for the out-of-home industry, Missing People has a strong track record of maximising its partnerships across both the UK out-of-home industry as well as identifying innovative ways to find missing people and raise awareness. The charity’s 2016 Child Rescue Alert campaign partnered with production and creative technology company Grand Visual to develop an intelligent programmatic digital out-of-home campaign to improve regional coverage of the national system. Grand Visual have again lent their support to the Find Every Child appeal.


Ross Miller, Director of Fundraising and Communications at the charity said:

Find Every Child will be our biggest ever appeal for public funds. We’ve been delighted by the creative fundraising approach of Proxama, Verifone and our other partners during this project and their commitment to harnessing the potential to help find missing children at the same time. As a charity, we are constantly looking at new and relevant ways of reaching out to missing children so it seems appropriate to make full use of the new possibilities technology brings to fundraising too.

“Our 24/7 crisis team are facing an unprecedented level of demand from missing children and those looking for them. They already support and reach out to the thousands of children reported missing every year and we’re hopeful that Find Every Child will be the game changer that we need to be a lifeline for all missing children.”


You can support the charity Missing People to Find Every Child today by texting the word FIND to 70660 to donate £5. Your gift could help bring a missing child home.


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