Please join us to remember and recognize the lives of persons who died this year in Central Florida after having experienced homelessness.
Johnnie Peoples was one of 2020’s last IDignity clients who experienced the process the way it was originally designed to be – simple.
When Cory was robbed, the attacker got away with Cory’s ID and Social Security card. That incident left Cory unable to work and living on the streets of Orlando. Click to find out how Cory was able to get his ID so he can get back to work.
When the COVID-19 pandemic began, one of the first things to go was large gatherings. IDignity’s monthly Identification Clinics, something we’ve done since the mission was founded, had to be put on hold. As the crisis continued, IDignity decided we needed to find a new way to serve. One important detail in that endeavor was finding somewhere to serve our clients.
Read the incredible story of how an IDignity board member saved former IDignity client Chris’ life.
“In the beginning, obtaining an ID didn’t take much more than $3 and a smile for the camera.” Read about IDignity’s humble beginnings and learn how our mission was born.
Over 1 million people in the state of Florida filed for unemployment since the beginning of March. This number does not account for the thousands of individuals who do not have proper identification, people who will find themselves unable to apply for unemployment or find a new job and on the brink of homelessness.
Once this pandemic comes to an end and we all return to our daily lives, the need for identification will be even greater. Click to find out how you can help.
If you plan to take a commercial flight later this year, you might want to make sure you have that little gold star on your driver’s license or ID.
Like any young adult, Ivanisse is still discovering who she is. But when she lost her identification, she learned a new, inspiring aspect of her character.