The Lassy Project:
When it comes to a missing child, every second counts. Lassy Project is a free service that gives parents and guardians the ability to notify an entire local community about their missing child in seconds.
With the single push of a button that sends a text alert, parents can mobilize a trusted group of family, friends and neighbors immediately to help with their search. This group of community members is called the ‘Lassy Village’ and they are the most important asset users have if a child goes missing. Together, we are helping to bring missing children home through the power of our communities.
On October 5, 2012, our Colorado community was rocked by the abduction and murder of a 10-year old girl who had dreams of being a cheerleader in junior high school and loved the color purple. Jessica Ridgeway was taken on her way to school and the community still grapples with the tragedy.
This nightmare for the community resulted in something positive, it sparked Lassy Project, which honors Jessica’s memory every day by building safer communities, protecting children and by combining social impact and technology.
Why We’re Different:
We are creating the world’s largest network of community members that reinforce safety. Our technology gives parents the power to alert their communities and form an instant search and rescue party.
Make an Impact, Join Today:
In honor of Jessica and the thousands of other missing children around the world, we ask that you become a part of Lassy Project and support our efforts to protect our children and build safe communities. Join the Lassy Project for free today!