Monday, January 6, 2020

            Murder Shelf Book Club supports DNA Doe project!

Jill and Tara fully support the DNA Doe Project in their efforts to close cold cases and returned the lost and missing to their families, an eminently worthy goal!  Founded in 2017, the volunteer DNA Doe Project is an exciting new initiative that uses genetic genealogy to identify 'John and Jane Does'.  Today, the DNA Doe Project is an important law enforcement and medical examiner resource, helping them solve their most intractable cases. 

An all-volunteer organization that has attracted some of the best genetic genealogists in the industry, they work towards the common goal of reuniting John and Jane Does with their families. The success have been incredible. Most recently, a 37 year old cold case was solved, "Buckskin Girl", so named from the handmade deerskin poncho she was wearing.  She is Marcia L. King, and her family has finally been reunited with her.   
How can you help this important cause?
DNA Doe Project, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit humanitarian initiative. To contribute to their project’s general fund, the DNA Doe Project is accepting donations through PayPal or check. Checks may be made payable to: DNA Doe Project and sent to:

DNA Doe Project
125 So. Main St. #114
Sebastopol, CA 95472
To Donate via Paypal click  here.

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