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Q5id Guardian to support the National CASA/GAL Association for Children

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August 5, 2022

Q5id Guardian to support the National CASA/GAL Association for Children


Hillsboro, Ore. – In order to expand its collaboration with national organizations dedicated to community engagement and serving vulnerable populations, Q5id has pledged its commitment to support the mission of the National Court Appointed Special Advocate/Guardian ad Litem Association for Children (National CASA/GAL).

The revolutionary Guardian app helps find missing loved ones through an immediate, localized alert at the tap of a button – Q5id Guardian understands there’s strength in numbers.

“We all need the support of community in times of crisis and a community that bands together can truly enforce change,” said Q5id Chief Executive Officer Steve Larson. “The Guardian app relies on the unification of likeminded community members who want to support others in those times of crisis and jump into action at a moment’s notice to help find missing children.”

The Q5id Guardian app enables individuals to alert their community into action, in real-time, when a child goes missing.

“More than half a million people are reported missing in the United States each year,” said Steve Larson, who shared that Q5id’s Guardian solution is revolutionizing how missing children are found through the power of patented technology, community, and immediate localized alerts. “We are pleased to align with National CASA/GAL to support all the great work they do, because we know that together, we’re stronger.”

Q5id Guardian will begin to immediately focus on providing financial and other support toward increasing the awareness of National CASA/GAL and expanding efforts to advocate for children who have experienced abuse or neglect, many of whom are at-risk of becoming missing or exploited.

“We are so grateful to be collaborating with Q5id as they support our work and that of other national organizations helping the most vulnerable members of our society – our children,” said Tara Lisa Perry, Chief Executive Officer of National CASA/GAL. “Together, we really can help create a safer country for children who experience abuse or neglect.”