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The sad reality is that not all cases of missing and/or exploited children make headlines and a large percentage are never reported to the police or social workers.

The current goings on in the world have hit our organisation harder than we could have imagined. As an almost entirely self-funded organisation for the past 15 years, this has had a devasting effect. 

We would be most appreciative if you would consider financial assistance, which would ensure our overall efficiency, allow us to spend more time in the field in hands on, and in educational and advisory roles. It would also provide the means to secure data/bandwidth which is used to communicate with roleplayers (including SAPS) and help safely recover missing children and adults, and the most vulnerable members of our society.

You can secure your involvement by completing and submitting a pledge for monthly donations by writing to [email protected], or simply by making a donation through this medium.

We thank you for your valued interest in our organisation and look forward to hearing from you.

Respectfully yours,

Jacqui Thomas

Director & Co-Founder (Administration & I.T.)


Dessie Rechner                                    

Director & Co-Founder (Operations)


  • Feb 02, 2022 - R 1 000.00
  • "." - Jane

  • Nov 01, 2021 - R 100.00
  • "Voorspoed met julle wonderlike werk wat julle doen!" - Alba Muller

  • Jun 22, 2021 - R 100.00
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Donations to date

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Fundraising target

R 250 000.00

The Pink Ladies Organisation for Missing Children

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In 2007 a young girl, Sheldean Human from Pretoria, was reported missing. Sheldean was subsequently found raped and murdered. Within two weeks, a second girl who was reported missing, was also found deceased. In response, a concerned group of parents, with a background in crime prevention and the legal profession, set up a team dedicated to recovering missing children and to help prevent such horrors from recurring. In honour of Sheldean and Stacey, both wearing pink at the time of their disappearance, the team decided it fitting to consolidate their efforts under the name: “The Pink Ladies”.

The Pink Ladies and their volunteers assist the SAPS, Special Investigations Units, Family and Child Services, Interpol and other role-players to recover missing persons at no cost. For more detailed information please visit our website at