I recently received one of the greatest gifts anyone could receive: the ability to prove who I am. After years of living without a valid ID, finally having this little piece of plastic has brought me more joy than I could ever express. But let me try…
Consider what it means to bring comfort and joy to someone else with writer and former IDignity client Rahsaan Graham. Then try putting these 6 ideas into action!
To live without identification, for many, feels like not living at all. Being unable to prove who you are leaves a person feeling more like a ghost than a human.
What do you picture when you imagine the American dream?
Is it a home with a white picket fence? Is it a corner office with a view? Or are these things merely conventional representations of the American dream?
IDignity recently welcomed a new board member while also saying goodbye to several others. Read more about this update to the IDignity board of directors roster.
Alex was evicted from her apartment during the COVID-19 pandemic. Amid the chaos of becoming homeless, she lost all her personal identification. Click to find out how she is turning her life around.
Benny has battled being homeless for close to 20 years. Now he is trying to rebuild his life. Click to read what Benny hopes to do with his identification documents.
The holidays are a time to celebrate the conclusion of another year and to celebrate your accomplishments. Completing Willie Anderson’s very difficult case is certainly something we want to celebrate with you!
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.