Beginning today, CFSI will be using ping4alerts!, a mobile communications platform to instantly notify a national audience of missing children.
CFSI was founded by highly decorated combat wounded veteran,
“This is great technology,” said Foreman. “In a mobile society, having the power to send missing person alerts directly to a person’s phone can greatly help our cause. Over 2000 children go missing each day. They are in danger of human trafficking or worse. I strongly encourage people to download this free app. It will help save lives.”
Citizens who wish to help CFSI can download the ping4alerts! app by simply visiting the Google Play or ITunes store.
CFSI will be the first organization in
“Doing good for the world is good for business. As a corporation, you have a greater responsibility to help others gain,” said
Ping4alerts! uses the latest location-based technology to deliver notifications to citizens within a highly-localized area. Using the proprietary platform, CFSI can draw a shape on a map as small as a building or as large as the state to push an emergency notification to the space inside the geo-fence. Ping4alerts! notifications are sent anonymously based on a devices location and do not require any personally identifiable information (phone numbers, email address). Additionally, citizens who receive the alert can further assist CFSI in finding missing children using the anonymous tip feature to send alerting authorities any known information.
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