Contact

Report a disappearance
+ 48 22 654 70 70

In case of a missing child
116 000

Help! We're looking for 1090 people

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Help! Looking for 1090 people

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ITAKA Foundation – KRS 0000126459

HELP-LINE

Employees and volunteers of ITAKA Foundation are on duty on the Help-Line, including weekends. They are ready to help in a case of one’s disappearance. Each of us can receive a report and advice on how to plan a search on your own and what to expect from the police. Calling the same number you can also receive support of a psychologist, attorney or a social worker.

HELP-LINE NUMBERS

  • 801 24 70 70 – for Orange Polska stationary numbers the fee is for one impulse from every place in Poland, regardless of the conversations time
  • 22 654 70 70 – for stationary numbers in Poland
  • 00 48 22 654 70 70 – when calling from outside Poland
  • +48 22 654 70 70 – for mobile phones

Phone number 801 is not available for mobile phones connected to T-Mobile and PLUS GSM. Relief line 801 is operational thanks to Telekomunikacja Polska.

NUMBER 116 000 – in case of a missing child or a teenager

116 000 – a line for missing children works 7 days a week. It is available from any part of the country, from any mobile phone and any stationary phone.

The 116 000 line was launched thanks to Telekomunikacja Polska (currently Orange Polska)

BANK ACCOUNTS:

Bank BGŻ BNP Paribas S.A:

  • Bank account (PLN):
    61 1600 1169 0003 0132 0849 5001
  • Bank account (EUR):
    06 1600 1169 0003 0132 0849 5021

ADDRESS FOR CORRESPONDENCE

Fundacja ITAKA – Centrum Poszukiwań Ludzi Zaginionych
skr.pocztowa 127
00-958 Warszawa 66
ATTENTION! Please do not send packages with courier service for the post office box.

OTHER FORMS OF CONTACT

  • e-mail: biuro@zaginieni.pl
  • fax: 22 654 79 73

CONTACT FOR MEDIA

ATTENTION: During some national holidays the help-line is not available. We publish information in regards to this issue beforehand in the news section. If this occurs, please leave a message or contact a police unit.