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Unmissable mural for Tony Fahey

Unmissable mural for Tony Fahey 

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About Unmissable mural for Tony Fahey

On 3 July 2013, our son and brother, Anthony 'Tony' Fahey, boarded a bus from Canberra to Sydney and hasn’t been seen since. Mum has done an incredible job of keeping his story out there with countless media interviews, attending missing persons conferences, support groups and liaising with local and federal police, but Tony is still missing. Marking this 5th anniversary is heartbreaking, but we haven’t given up hope -- our search continues. 

We're very excited to be involved with MPAN's Unmissables campaign; a project pairing families with authors and artists to create original artworks that go beyond a missing loved one's vital stats. Tony's character has been captured in a 100-word micro-story by the very talented Laura McPhee-Browne to now be incorporated into a mural by the phenomenal, highly sought-after Melbourne-based Ronny Elders.

Every component of this initiative, like MPAN itself, relies on donations -- both Laura and Ronny have and are donating their time and talent, so now we just need the wall for Ronny to go do his thing!

Estimated costs:
Accommodation $700
Scissor lift hire $286/day
Paint and equipment $500
Car hire $320
Flights $400 return
Total = $2,206
 + $300 buffer in case another day of scissor lift hire is needed, extra petrol, tolls etc.

Any additional money raised will go to MPAN, to help support more families and friends of missing Australians.

Please help us reignite our search for Tony.

Thank you,

The Fahey Family 

About Missing Persons Advocacy Network (MPAN)

MPAN humanises missing people and provides practical support to their families and friends.

Over 100 Australians are reported missing every day, and while most are found quickly, many are not. Research shows that for every one missing person, at least 12 others are directly impacted – financially, emotionally, and psychologically. Experts around the world consider ambiguous loss to be the most stressful type of grief. 

MPAN creates awareness for missing loved ones, equips families with practical support and services, and works to establish partnerships that increase visibility for the issue and lessen the financial impact on those left behind.

Missing Persons is a community issue, and MPAN encourages a collaborative effort across the media, corporate sector, all levels of government, emergency services and people power with police, to ensure that families left behind get the support they deserve.
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