25y/o Taneesha Brown remains ‪#‎MISSING‬. (‪#‎Toronto‬, ‪#‎Ontario‬ ‪#‎Canada‬)

Black and Missing, Inc.

25y/o Taneesha Brown remains ‪#‎MISSING‬. (‪#‎Toronto‬, ‪#‎Ontario‬ ‪#‎Canada‬)

She was last seen Tues night near McCowan Road & Castlemore Ave.

Police say she told her family she was going outside for some fresh air and never returned.

Have you seen her? ‪#‎HelpUsFindTaneesha‬ ‪#‎TaneeshaBrown‬



Save A Child’s Life

mercy5Mercy Ships brings hope and healing to the forgotten poor by mobilizing people and resources worldwide, and serving all people without regard for race, gender, or religion. We have found a powerful way to share our blessings and our hope is that you will do the same.

Your donation doubles in impact to help children and adults suffering from facial tumors, clefts, blindness, club feet and more.


Cleft Lips and Palates

October 11, 2012

In West Africa, Mercy Ships works in partnership with the Ministry of Health, local physicians and other charities to provide life-enhancing and, in many cases, life-saving surgeries to repair cleft lips and palates.

This condition is easily repaired in the developed world, but babies in the developing world have little access to corrective surgery. As a result. they suffer from malnourishment, and the children who survive are often rejected and abandoned. In addition, specialized surgical training is provided to local African surgeons.


Click here to donate now and your gift will go twice as far to provide surgeries that:
•Remove facial tumors
•Repair clefts
•Restore sight to the blind
•Repair club feet and twisted limbs

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Published on Aug 15, 2013
60 Minutes

The world’s largest civilian hospital ship travels the west African coast, restoring sight to thousands and bringing smiles to faces once disfigured by tumors. Scott Pelley reports.

Black And Missing

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Message from Black and Missing Foundation Founders:

At Black and Missing Foundation, Inc, (BAM FI) we believe that every missing person, regardless of age, race, mental ability or circumstance, deserves awareness.

Families with a missing loved one cling to hope. Hope that their loved one will return home. Hope that law enforcement will be proactive. Hope that the media will get involved. Hope that members of the community will come forward with vital information to bring their loved one home.

At BAM FI, we are dedicated to “BEING THE VOICE FOR THE MISSING” by providing a platform of hope for the overwhelming number of missing persons of color.

Together, we can and will make a difference!

Derrica Wilson and Natalie Wilson

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