May 25 is National Missing Children’s Day and an initiative this month aims at drawing attention to the thousands of missing children across the country.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is looking to bring awareness to the problem with their #RockOneSock campaign.

THV11 has participated for the past two years and we're doing it again!

The campaign encourages people to wear one sock and take a photo or video and post it on social media using the hashtag #RockOneSock.

Then, challenge your family and friends to do the same to continue to spread awareness about finding missing children.

The concept stems from the idea that when a sock is lost in the laundry, the hope is that it will be found.

The campaign hopes to usher in that same sense of hope in finding missing children.

Send us your photos or videos on our THV11 Facebook page, Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #BeOn11 and #RockOneSock.

Top Left to Right: Katlyn Gardenhire, Brejamin Perkins, Rob Evans, Amanda Jaeger, Winnie Wright, David LippmanBotton Left to Right: Ed Buckner & Craig O'Neill, Rolly Hoyt, Denise Middleton & Dawn Scott, Hayden Balgavy, Mariel Ruiz & Erika Ferrando

For more information on #RockOneSock or to find out how to donate, click here.

Below are some examples you can use in your #RockOneSock social media posts:

  • On May 25, National Missing Children’s Day, we plan to join @MissingKids and #RockOneSock for missing kids and their families. Visit and join us!
  • I’m proud to #RockOneSock for missing kids! Join me and let’s make a difference for missing children and their families. Make a donation at #BeOn11
  • We were all children once. I’m happy to #RockOneSock as a symbol of hope for all missing children. Learn how you can get involved or donate at #BeOn11