As communications coordinator of IDignity, I frequently interact with clients. In these interactions, I have the honor to see the positivity of so many individuals who are down on their luck but continue to move forward, including those who live with a disability, and come to IDignity for services. I see the positivity and strength of people like Karelyn who, with underlying medical conditions, was unable to work during COVID, or Glen who is…
Do you remember your 15th birthday? If you were like me, you eagerly anticipated getting your driver’s permit…read more to hear a special message from the chair of IDignity’s board of directors, Billy Wilson.
May is Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month! And while it may be the end of the month, we know that the celebration of AAPI doesn’t have to end […]
For six years Kiara Fraizer struggled to prove her last name was the same as her children’s. One simple missing line on Kiara’s birth certificate had become a web of legal jargon, missing signatures, and stress. Until one day, Kiara found IDignity. This is the story of how IDignity worked with Kiara to obtain her identification documents and help her prove her identity.
February is Black History Month and to celebrate IDignity wanted to share some fantastic Orlando History and notable figures in our community and their significant contributions.