Outpost For Hope - Structure


Outpost for Hope is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit online organization based in Sacramento, California serving the United States. Founded in 1999 by Libba Phillips after her own sister went missing and she could not get her listed as missing. It focuses on the location and recovery of Unreported missing persons and is defining the problem of unreported missing children and adults: whom they call the "kids off the grid."

Workers: The charity is run by volunteers.

Finances: Income is through donations from members of the public as well as the sale of promotional items. They also have paperback options of their free online guides for sale.

Service Area: As an online organization, their tools and information are available world wide, but it is mainly aimed at the United States.

Servicing: The families of Unreported missing persons, Law Enforcement and other Social and Health Care agencies.

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