The family of Allison Jackson Foy is proud to announce the formation of The Allison Jackson Foy Memorial Fund.
This is a fund set up in honor of Allison Jackson Foy who went missing from Wilmington North Carolina in July of 2006 and was recovered and identified in September of 2008. Allison remains the victim of an unsolved homicide. Allison left behind two young daughters, a father, two sisters, a brother, and eighteen nieces and nephews along with numerous friends. The loss of Allison has changed all of our lives and remains with us.
This journey we have walked on has brought many amazing people into our lives and introduced us to countless families who have a missing loved one. These families have become like family to us and continue to inspire us and move us with their courage, strength, hope and perseverance in the search for their missing loved ones and answers. My family and I know without a doubt that missing persons is a silent crisis in this country and the number of missing and unidentified is staggering.
With all of that in mind it is our hope that all monies raised through this memorial fund will go to help others in the search for their missing loved ones in whatever way needed. That is why all monies will be given in Allison’s name to CUE Center for Missing Persons. My family and I know no other organization that does what they do for missing persons and their families. They are speaking for the missing who have no voice by advocating for them and their families, they educate law enforcement and conduct full scale search and rescue efforts. All of this is done without any cost to the families. CUE also raises attention nationally about the missing through an annual road tour, they hold a national conference every year that brings together families of the missing from all over the country as well as law enforcement in an effort to educate all and help all those who are a part of this world.
Monica Caison and Cue Center have helped over 8700 families, and Monica has never taken a pay check. The men and women who volunteer for this organization also come from all over the country and freely give of their time and talents. Recently I had an opportunity to be a part of a search and was blown away by the commitment and perseverance of all involved. All of this done with the utmost respect, concern and love for the family and their missing loved one.
Experiencing first hand this amazing organization, all its volunteers and its incredible founder, a woman and organization who change lives and make a difference in this world is why my family and I are proud to honor Allison in a way that will give back and help others. We believe this is what Allison would have wanted as well. For more information on CUE you can visit their website http://www.ncmissingpersons.org
Allison’s website http://www.helpfindallison.com is currently being updated with all of this information and you will be receiving another e mail giving details of our first fundraiser within the next few days. We hope over the course of the year to hold different events to raise funds and awareness again, all proceeds being donated in Allison’s name to CUE.
As always we ask for your continued prayers for all the missing and their families as well as all like CUE who give of themselves to help all who are on this journey.
Thank you all for your time and support,
Sister of Allison Jackson Foy
All checks can be made to: The Allison Jackson Foy Memorial Fund
And can be mailed to 103 Spring Street Newton NJ 07860
Att: Allison Jackson Foy Memorial Fund C/O Whitegate Homes
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