Invisible People

Invisible People

Nonprofit

In 2011 the Canadian Government commissioned Invisible People to travel to 24 cities in Canada to help champion the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness. In 2009 and 2010 State of Utah requested Invisible People to help them fight homelessness. In 2008 a farmer donated land that is now being used to feed 150 people a week In 2008 a housing program was created that has now housed o … Read More

In 2011 the Canadian Government commissioned Invisible People to travel to 24 cities in Canada to help champion the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness.

In 2009 and 2010 State of Utah requested Invisible People to help them fight homelessness.

In 2008 a farmer donated land that is now being used to feed 150 people a week

In 2008 a housing program was created that has now housed over 10 families

In 2011, Donny, on the streets for 21 years, was housed because of a Invisible People video.

In 2009 "Cotton" and Yong were housed because of Invisible People video

Two colleges in Canada are giving full-ride scholarships because of Invisible People.

In 2011 a homeless grandmother found housing because of an Invisible People video

In 2011, a homeless man dying of cancer was reunited with his long lost brother of 33 years because of an Invisible People video.

This year Invisible People catered a Christmas meal for 80 homeless people at the Glendale Winter Shelter. All 80 people also received a nice gift bag.

This year Invisible People helped furnish the apartment for a homeless veteran moving into housing.

On August 26th, 2010 YouTube gave their homepage to Invisible People. 1.6 million people who would have never rolled their window down to ask a homeless person their story had a positive interaction with homelessness.

Invisible People was the first nonprofit invited to speak at Twitter, Inc

To date, 3,589,931 videos have been viewed on YouTube alone

There is a lot more, but our biggest achievement is is changing how millions of people around the word view homelessness


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