Project: Cold Case was born out of a desire to provide hope to families of unsolved homicide victims.
When a murder happens, families are immediately thrust into a world that they most likely have no experience with. Navigating through the investigation and judicial processes and their own grief is an incredible challenge. Should the investigation grow cold, there are few avenues for families to turn.
That’s where Project: Cold Case comes in. We work to bridge the gap between surviving families and the investigating agency while advocating for those who have been taken too soon.
Since being founded in 2015, Project: Cold Case has grown to a national level. Based out of Jacksonville, Florida, our organization works with families across the country. Over 1,000 cases have been submitted by families and law enforcement to be featured on our website.
We work tirelessly to put these cases back into the public light. Each week, we publish a Spotlight article showcasing the life of one of our victims – a life taken far too soon. We work closely with media outlets to publish stories of these cases. There are many projects that we have had a hand in, and many more planned.
Project: Cold Case is not an investigating agency. Nor are we a television show. We work directly with grieving family members to tell their stories, remember their loved ones, and learn to smile and laugh again.