Alie Foundation

The ALIE Foundation is a registered as a 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation in Denver, Colorado.  It was founded on June 10, 1993 in memory of Alie Berrelez, a month after her abduction.  The acronym is Abducted, Lost, Innocent, Enough.

Our main priority, which is also our mission, is to communicate our message of concern to children, parents, families, law enforcement, and the general public.  Child abduction awareness and prevention can save the innocence and lives of children.  As a rule people do not think about the dangers of child abduction on a daily basis.  It is of great importance to talk to children often about the dangers and how to react should something happen.

The ALIE foundation works closely with Law Enforcement to provide Bloodhounds for search and rescue purposes.  Close to 500 bloodhounds have come through the Foundation to be delivered to law enforcement all over the country.  Your car or vehicle donation can help protect children through awareness and law enforcement capabilities.  Donate a car to ALIE Foundation today!

For More information on the ALIE Foundation please visit our website