From Canada, stamps bear the faces of missing children

From Canada, stamps bear the faces of missing children

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While milk cartons have traditionally provided a platform for spreading the word about missing people, we have seen a few innovative spins on the concept. While the NotFound Project has aimed to get information onto 404 web pages, now Canada-based Missing Kids Stamps is a grassroots movement that wants to encourage people to use stamps bearing the faces of missing children whenever they send a physical letter.

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