Your donations help keep Invisible People going


The lives that have been impacted through the Invisible People have ranged far beyond expectation. Many of you have gained a new perspective on the struggle of others, and at the same time our efforts have brought a new hope to people who are in the midst of the struggle with homelessness across America. Our work has not only made invisible people visible to world, but once again to themselves for many who had stopped even thinking they mattered, and now they have a new hope for their own lives.

This important journey cannot continue without YOUR help. Telling each story -- reaching out in each city-- helping each person we can, takes donations from people who will give what they can to make a difference -- will you please help me continue this essential work.


Please give now -- join us, be the one helping tell how the story turns out for so many..


August 21st, 2017

Public support is the next big battle! After backlash, San Jose reduces number of 'tiny homes' sites for homeless https://t.co/kCNX9p3gFX


August 21st, 2017

Carlos is 21 and homeless in Hollywood. https://t.co/PJbJbQXhUs


August 21st, 2017

I’ve seen amazingly good things happen when people who are homeless get the chance to tell their stories. https://t.co/wqD3AHHjaF


August 21st, 2017

Kathryn ended up on the streets after losing a job. https://t.co/iqwFa3NTiX