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.
Today we honored the lives of persons who died this year in Central Florida after having experienced homelessness.
It is with great sadness that we share with you the news of Jackie Dowd passing away Saturday, November 23.
Supporting IDignity means that you are helping people solve a problem that they cannot easily solve alone.
Myron and Linda’s story says a lot about what it means to make a difference. It shows how helping others does not mean you have to change the world, but simply lend a hand to someone who needs it.
A woman stands in line at The Salvation Army nervously gripping the handles of the wheelchair in front of her where her elderly mother sits. The woman is pretty sure this IDignity thing is too good to be true.
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.
His father had been a carpenter with good hands and an eye for precision. Dan inherited those qualities. Growing up, he often read Popular Mechanics and built his own toys. He wanted to be an aerospace engineer, and where better than Florida to make that American Dream come true?
Before Maria could even think about starting to look for a new job, she realized her ID had expired. “Even if I could get a job interview, they wouldn’t hire me without that little card,” Maria thought to herself.
As she considered what this meant, a chill overcame her. Maria would have to go to the D - M – V!
IDignity’s mission is what inspires this Orlando couple to set the alarm for 5 a.m. and spend hours on their feet, month after month. That’s amazing in itself, but especially for this husband-wife team.