WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — 23-years and counting, today the CUE Center for Missing Persons is celebrating their past success.
Community united effort founded by Monica Caison started almost a quarter of a century ago with only seventy-six dollars.
Today, more than 15,000 registered volunteers across the nation are involved.
Caison said even with the organization’s success there is still work to be done for the future.
“We’re excited because when you look back on 23 years you’ve seen really how far you’ve come. We have so many new programs, so many different things we’re doing to aid families of the missing that are left behind,” Caison said.
CUE has an event at the end of October to continue raising support for families of the missing and unsolved murders.