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For over 15 years, Canon U.S.A. and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children have collaborated to help find missing children and deliver messages of safety and prevention.

To aid in the search for missing children, Canon encourages parents and guardians to keep recent photos of their children by donating the necessary photographic, scanning and printing products to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children for distribution to law enforcement agencies.

To support these efforts, the Annual Canon Customer Appreciation Reception and NCMEC Celebrity Golf Tournament in Las Vegas, Nevada help the National Center raise awareness and funds for its programs to help find missing children and prevent exploitation. Each year, celebrities and guests join the important battle to protect kids by attending these events and participating in live and silent auctions as well as PGA level golfing.

For more information, please contact NCMEC at 1-800-THE-LOST.

Annual Canon Customer Appreciation Reception
NCMEC co-founder John Walsh Actor Kevin Sorbo and his guest stop
NCMEC co-founder John Walsh at the Canon Customer Appreciation Reception
Actor Kevin Sorbo and his guest stop for a photo
Actor Patrick Warburton
Actor Patrick Warburton is interviewed on the red carpet
NCMEC Celebrity Golf Tournament
Kotaro Fukushima, senior director and GM, Corporate Communications, Canon U.S.A.; NCMEC co-founder John Walsh; NCMEC adviser John Arnos; and NCMEC President John Ryan
Kotaro Fukushima, senior director and GM, Corporate Communications, Canon U.S.A.; NCMEC co-founder John Walsh; NCMEC adviser John Arnos; and NCMEC President John Ryan at the NCMEC Celebrity Golf Tournament
Former major league baseball pitcher Roger Clemens enjoys a game of golf
Former major league baseball pitcher Roger Clemens enjoys a game of golf