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Ticker Symbol Entity Name As Of Date Company Name Followers Employees on Linkedin Link Industry Date Added Date Updated Description Website Specialities Logo HQ.Street HQ.City HQ.State HQ.Country HQ.Postal GICS Sector GICS Industry
private:findmyfamily 672971 May 24th, 2019 12:00AM FindMyFamily.org 23 2.00 Open Individual & Family Services May 24th, 2019 07:05PM May 24th, 2019 07:05PM Mission: To help all adoptees and their birth family members including birth mother, birth father, and birth siblings, locate each other and reunite thru a free mutual consent search process. In 1996 the California Mutual Consent Registry was established as a way for adoptees and birth family members, who are mutually searching for each other, to have their reunion facilitated by a "search angel"​. The registry, currently with over 70,000 people, has resulted in hundreds of wonderful reunions. The goal is to user-friendly and safe place where adoptees and birth family members can find one another at no charge. The vision for creating FindMyFamily.org is to reconnect every adoptee with their birth family. While initially the registry was just for California, due to its success, in November 2009 the registry was expanded to the entire United States. The website and investigative research is provided free of charge. To help cover expenses and to ensure the service can continue to be provided for free, greatly-appreciated donations are relied upon. Wishing all registrants a quick and fulfilling reunion! Open adoption, family, reunion, reunite Open San Diego California US
private:findmyfamily 672971 Mar 19th, 2018 12:00AM Find My Family 20 2.00 Open Individual & Family Services Mar 19th, 2018 08:01AM Mar 19th, 2018 08:01AM Open
private:findmyfamily 672971 Feb 17th, 2018 12:00AM Find My Family 19 2.00 Open Individual & Family Services Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Mission: To help all adoptees and their birth family members including birth mother, birth father, and birth siblings, locate each other and reunite thru a free mutual consent search process. In 1996 the California Mutual Consent Registry was established as a way for adoptees and birth family members, who are mutually searching for each other, to have their reunion facilitated by a "search angel"​. The registry, currently with over 50,000 people, has resulted in hundreds of wonderful reunions. The goal is to user-friendly and safe place where adoptees and birth family members can find one another at no charge. The vision for creating FindMyFamily.org is to reconnect every adoptee with their birth family. While initially the registry was just for California, due to its success, in November 2009 the registry was expanded to the entire United States. The website and investigative research is provided free of charge. To help cover expenses and to ensure the service can continue to be provided for free, greatly-appreciated donations are relied upon. Wishing all registrants a quick and fulfilling reunion!
private:findmyfamily 672971 Feb 16th, 2018 12:00AM Find My Family 19 2.00 Open Individual & Family Services Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Mission: To help all adoptees and their birth family members including birth mother, birth father, and birth siblings, locate each other and reunite thru a free mutual consent search process. In 1996 the California Mutual Consent Registry was established as a way for adoptees and birth family members, who are mutually searching for each other, to have their reunion facilitated by a "search angel"​. The registry, currently with over 50,000 people, has resulted in hundreds of wonderful reunions. The goal is to user-friendly and safe place where adoptees and birth family members can find one another at no charge. The vision for creating FindMyFamily.org is to reconnect every adoptee with their birth family. While initially the registry was just for California, due to its success, in November 2009 the registry was expanded to the entire United States. The website and investigative research is provided free of charge. To help cover expenses and to ensure the service can continue to be provided for free, greatly-appreciated donations are relied upon. Wishing all registrants a quick and fulfilling reunion!
private:findmyfamily 672971 Feb 15th, 2018 12:00AM Find My Family 19 2.00 Open Individual & Family Services Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Mission: To help all adoptees and their birth family members including birth mother, birth father, and birth siblings, locate each other and reunite thru a free mutual consent search process. In 1996 the California Mutual Consent Registry was established as a way for adoptees and birth family members, who are mutually searching for each other, to have their reunion facilitated by a "search angel"​. The registry, currently with over 50,000 people, has resulted in hundreds of wonderful reunions. The goal is to user-friendly and safe place where adoptees and birth family members can find one another at no charge. The vision for creating FindMyFamily.org is to reconnect every adoptee with their birth family. While initially the registry was just for California, due to its success, in November 2009 the registry was expanded to the entire United States. The website and investigative research is provided free of charge. To help cover expenses and to ensure the service can continue to be provided for free, greatly-appreciated donations are relied upon. Wishing all registrants a quick and fulfilling reunion!
private:findmyfamily 672971 Feb 14th, 2018 12:00AM Find My Family 19 2.00 Open Individual & Family Services Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Mission: To help all adoptees and their birth family members including birth mother, birth father, and birth siblings, locate each other and reunite thru a free mutual consent search process. In 1996 the California Mutual Consent Registry was established as a way for adoptees and birth family members, who are mutually searching for each other, to have their reunion facilitated by a "search angel"​. The registry, currently with over 50,000 people, has resulted in hundreds of wonderful reunions. The goal is to user-friendly and safe place where adoptees and birth family members can find one another at no charge. The vision for creating FindMyFamily.org is to reconnect every adoptee with their birth family. While initially the registry was just for California, due to its success, in November 2009 the registry was expanded to the entire United States. The website and investigative research is provided free of charge. To help cover expenses and to ensure the service can continue to be provided for free, greatly-appreciated donations are relied upon. Wishing all registrants a quick and fulfilling reunion!
private:findmyfamily 672971 Feb 13th, 2018 12:00AM Find My Family 19 2.00 Open Individual & Family Services Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Mission: To help all adoptees and their birth family members including birth mother, birth father, and birth siblings, locate each other and reunite thru a free mutual consent search process. In 1996 the California Mutual Consent Registry was established as a way for adoptees and birth family members, who are mutually searching for each other, to have their reunion facilitated by a "search angel"​. The registry, currently with over 50,000 people, has resulted in hundreds of wonderful reunions. The goal is to user-friendly and safe place where adoptees and birth family members can find one another at no charge. The vision for creating FindMyFamily.org is to reconnect every adoptee with their birth family. While initially the registry was just for California, due to its success, in November 2009 the registry was expanded to the entire United States. The website and investigative research is provided free of charge. To help cover expenses and to ensure the service can continue to be provided for free, greatly-appreciated donations are relied upon. Wishing all registrants a quick and fulfilling reunion!
private:findmyfamily 672971 Feb 12th, 2018 12:00AM Find My Family 19 2.00 Open Individual & Family Services Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Mission: To help all adoptees and their birth family members including birth mother, birth father, and birth siblings, locate each other and reunite thru a free mutual consent search process. In 1996 the California Mutual Consent Registry was established as a way for adoptees and birth family members, who are mutually searching for each other, to have their reunion facilitated by a "search angel"​. The registry, currently with over 50,000 people, has resulted in hundreds of wonderful reunions. The goal is to user-friendly and safe place where adoptees and birth family members can find one another at no charge. The vision for creating FindMyFamily.org is to reconnect every adoptee with their birth family. While initially the registry was just for California, due to its success, in November 2009 the registry was expanded to the entire United States. The website and investigative research is provided free of charge. To help cover expenses and to ensure the service can continue to be provided for free, greatly-appreciated donations are relied upon. Wishing all registrants a quick and fulfilling reunion!
private:findmyfamily 672971 Feb 11th, 2018 12:00AM Find My Family 19 2.00 Open Individual & Family Services Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Mission: To help all adoptees and their birth family members including birth mother, birth father, and birth siblings, locate each other and reunite thru a free mutual consent search process. In 1996 the California Mutual Consent Registry was established as a way for adoptees and birth family members, who are mutually searching for each other, to have their reunion facilitated by a "search angel"​. The registry, currently with over 50,000 people, has resulted in hundreds of wonderful reunions. The goal is to user-friendly and safe place where adoptees and birth family members can find one another at no charge. The vision for creating FindMyFamily.org is to reconnect every adoptee with their birth family. While initially the registry was just for California, due to its success, in November 2009 the registry was expanded to the entire United States. The website and investigative research is provided free of charge. To help cover expenses and to ensure the service can continue to be provided for free, greatly-appreciated donations are relied upon. Wishing all registrants a quick and fulfilling reunion!
private:findmyfamily 672971 Feb 10th, 2018 12:00AM Find My Family 19 2.00 Open Individual & Family Services Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Mission: To help all adoptees and their birth family members including birth mother, birth father, and birth siblings, locate each other and reunite thru a free mutual consent search process. In 1996 the California Mutual Consent Registry was established as a way for adoptees and birth family members, who are mutually searching for each other, to have their reunion facilitated by a "search angel"​. The registry, currently with over 50,000 people, has resulted in hundreds of wonderful reunions. The goal is to user-friendly and safe place where adoptees and birth family members can find one another at no charge. The vision for creating FindMyFamily.org is to reconnect every adoptee with their birth family. While initially the registry was just for California, due to its success, in November 2009 the registry was expanded to the entire United States. The website and investigative research is provided free of charge. To help cover expenses and to ensure the service can continue to be provided for free, greatly-appreciated donations are relied upon. Wishing all registrants a quick and fulfilling reunion!

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