How Safe Is Your Zip Code? The Lassy Project Releases A New Feature

The Lassy Project™ is excited to release our latest feature that Villagers* receive when they download our FREE app

The Zip Code Tool.

How safe is your zip code? This new feature will tell you! It is designed to show you exactly how many Villagers have joined The Lassy Project™ in your zip code area. Below is a screen shot of how this tool appears in our app. You will notice at the bottom of the picture it shows that there are ‘143 villagers in your zip’ for this particular example. Your number might be different, but as you are out talking with your neighbors and community about The Lassy Project™, simply hit the refresh button and watch that number grow!

Also, please don’t forget how important it is to share The Lassy Project™ with everyone you know. We have tried to make that as easy as possible.  As shown in the picture below, simply click on ‘invite more people to join the village.’ It really is THAT simple! We appreciate your support and, together, we can make the world a safer place by preventing child abductions!

The bigger the Village, the safer the kids!

This is a new feature released by The Lassy Project app that is available with your FREE download of our app.

This is a new feature released by The Lassy Project app that is available with your FREE download of our app.

*What is the Village? The Village is a group of people who can be assembled via text alert to form a search and rescue team for a child that goes missing in their immediate area.

Who can join the Lassy Village? Anyone who has a cell phone that can receive text messages.

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