A statewide effort is underway to find the boy who has been missing since July.

"Just people showing me that a lot of people are doing great things to make sure that my grandson is not being missed and not forgotten," said Clegg.

That woman is Rachel Voss. Voss didn't know the Kunz family, but had been following the story of DeOrr's disappearance and wanted to help.

Voss simply asked what the family needed, and they said DeOrr's face reminding everyone he's still missing.


So, Voss made some calls and within days there were plans to put about a dozen billboards up around the state.

"If there is a tip that leads to it that's great, I think the more that goes out, the more awareness, the more people who see his little brown eyes, the better you know because no one knows what happened," said Voss.

Voss says she has a own young son of her own and simply wanted to help find the boy who's gone missing.

"I just really felt for the little boy, I have a little boy and it's just really sad," said Voss.

Lamar Idaho was one of the company's she reached out to and general manager Larry Alder said he knew immediately he needed to help.

So, he donated nine digital billboards, most in Boise, but others in Lewiston and Pocatello, hoping for a miracle -- that someone will see the sign and help find DeOrr.

"I just felt like it was an urgent thing we could help out with right away and we had the ability and opportunity to do so and we took advantage of it," said Alder.

Voss says other advertising companies in Utah and Montana, even Virginia, have reached out and want to donate billboards.

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