IDignity Osceola

Volunteers Needed!

IDignity Osceola is looking for volunteers to help with our next event!

Our next event will be, Friday, February 9th, 2018

Please register by Monday, February 5th to participate in this event.

IDignity was created to assist the disadvantaged in Central Florida to navigate the complexities of obtaining their personal identification, such as birth certificates, Florida ID cards, and Social Security cards. These documents are essential to fully participate in our current day society. In order to implement this program, it requires the assistance of nearly 100 dedicated volunteers and the professional staff of the various agencies. Volunteers will serve in a wide variety of roles including introducing the process to clients, filling out forms for clients, assisting agencies or shepherding clients through the process. IDignity depends on the generous investment of time and resources by the local community in order to fulfill its crucial mission of restoring dignity and hope by providing identification.

Event Location:
First Christian Church, Kissimmee 415 North Main Street, Kissimmee, FL 34744 (Event parking available in the lot at the intersection of Church St. and N. Brack St.)

We ask volunteers to arrive at 7 am for registration and breakfast.Orientation begins at 7:30 am. The event will begin at 9 am for clients.
Questions? Email:
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