If you want to help, you can donate to the reward fund. Someone out there could know something and sadly sometimes money talks. Also, I'm sure the family could use help funding personal searches they are conducting themselves and ways to keep her face fresh in people's minds like billboards, signs, etc.
I'm posting a link to the web site set up by Theresa's family. There, you can donate by credit or debit card or if you would rather it has an address where you can mail a check. Don't feel like what you have to give is too small because I'm sure whatever you can afford would be appreciated.
Georgia authorities are asking for helping into the investigation of the disappearance of Theresa Parker. They want property owners in Walker, Catoosa, and Chattooga Counties to walk and inspect their properties, paying special attention to wells, mine shafts, caves, and abandoned buildings. Investigators say people should look for the personal property of Parker, who is the Walker County 911-dispatcher last seen in March .
That property includes:
Black Nextel flip-phone Large dark color shoulder bag, maroon or dark brown Clothing: yellow blouse with mid-length sleeves and white trim, blue jeans, and a pair of brown leather sandals Overnight bag Property owners who are unable to complete a thorough search of the property because of age, illness or a disability should call the Tip-line at 706-639-2255 for assistance.