Million Kids - Missing Kids

A Southern California Network Assisting Families of Missing Kids


Million Kids - Missing Kids is an information distribution network dedicated to helping locate missing kids by utilizing social media to reach thousands of people throughout Southern California.​ Photos and information of missing kids submitted to Million Kids will be emailed out to subscribers of the MKMK network in a four-county area and posted on the Million Kids Facebook page. ​Subscribers can then also share the missing child's information and help to spread the word. This is a free service offered to parents and/or guardians of a missing child. To become an MKMK subscriber or to submit information about a missing child, click HERE

Immediate Aid Program


YOUR DONATION COULD LITERALLY SAVE A LIFE!

Our Immediate Aid Program helps us to provide specific resources to the Riverside County Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force Team so they can purchase the exact resources victims of trafficking need at the critical point of their decision to change their lives. Often, these funds are used to build trust, purchase personal care, medical supplies and appropriate clothing, or overnight housing to help a victim enjoy a hot bath and a safe night’s sleep before they transition to a professional victims’ services facility. Read more...

This is human trafficking and it is the fastest growing crime in the U.S. Opal has recognized a disturbing trend. Each encounter with a stranger, every illicit photo represents an opportunity for exploitation. With advancing technology violence and sex can be portrayed in ways that parallel reality. The result is a generation of "Desensitized Teenagers". We are at a unique time in history. We have a generation of teens who have never NOT known the Internet and parents that are techno-phobic. Parents give kids devices that open the door to over a million predators that can influence a child's thinking on morality, spirituality and sexuality while they are competing for approval in a fantasy world. Apps, social media and online gaming allow ACCESS, GROOMING, RECRUITMENT AND EXPLOITATION of our young people by total strangers. ​ Read more...

New technologies are introduced to us every day without instruction or warnings about how predators may use them to exploit children. While most kids will survive with minor injury or exploitation, we are playing roulette with their lives. Thousands of kids each year are victimized through sextortion, social media exploitation, sex trafficking and child pornography. And, new technologies such as encrypted messaging, disappearing video, vaporware (live streaming), cryptocurrencies, virtual reality, animation, artificial intelligence and the dark net provide a technology-freeway to access, groom, recruit and exploit our children.​ Read more...

Programs

Request a presentation on Human Trafficking and Social Media Exploitation

NEW! Societal Shift: A World Without Borders... A Home Without Walls

(Live Presentation)


The year 2020 will be the most important time in all of history. For the first time ever, the entire world will be connected by technology. Over SIX BILLION people coming together in ways never before experienced. It will indeed be a SOCIETAL SHIFT. 

Think about this. Researchers say that 87% of teens sleep with their phone. A world without borders for our children is also a world without borders for pedophiles, predators, pimps, cartels and other organized criminals. That means while you are sleeping bad guys can access your children.

Million Kids is dedicated to combating human trafficking, sex trafficking, child pornography and exploitation through education, training, prevention and supportive services.

Seduced - The Grooming of America's Teenagers (Live Presentation)


Opal Singleton is President and CEO of Million Kids and Training and Outreach Coordinator for Riverside County Anti Human Trafficking Task Force. Opal trains thousands of government agencies, school administrators, corporations, civic groups and faith based organizations about how to prevent human trafficking. She sits with parents of missing kids and talks with teens who are being "Sextorted" with a naked photo. Sometimes the young people are coerced or forced into prostitution.