“Without identification, citizens cannot apply for a job, get an education from a higher learning institution or trade school, receive benefits, cash checks, secure housing, open a bank account, and the list goes on.”
“For many, the one thing that stands in the way of getting back on track in their life is not having an ID, or a Social Security card, or a birth certificate.”
20,000 people empowered to become more self-sufficient.
We’re proud to have reached this milestone with the support of our dedicated volunteers, board of directors, donors and sponsors, advocates and community/government partners.
Several news outlets joined us on July 19th to celebrate the occasion and share it with the community at large.