Missing Adults Organization Challenges Public to Use Twitter to Make a Difference

Twitter processes 350 billion+ tweets daily and Let's Bring Them Home, a national nonprofit established in 2005, challenges the public to help their organization harness the power of twitter in the month of May.

Let's Bring Them Home, a national nonprofit organization established in 2005, challenges the public to use their Twitter accounts to make a difference for missing adults in the Month of May.

According to Let's Bring Them Home, Twitter processes 350 billion+ tweets daily. The nonprofit organization wants to harness the power of those 350 billion tweets daily in the month of May.

"Our organization provides free safety education and resources to families with missing loved ones," explained LaDonna Humphrey, President and co-founder of Let's Bring Them Home. 

"We want to see those 350 billion+ tweets make a difference for missing adults and their families," says Humphrey.

To participate, simply follow Let's Bring Them Home on Twitter https://twitter.com/TheyAreMissed.  For more details or to submit the name of a missing adult for the Tweet for the Missing campaign, email Let's Bring Them Home at letsbringthemhome@gmail.com.


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