Alumnus helping the homeless obtain IDs

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Jan 20, 2009 by DJ Turner | 0 Comments

Denver Seminary alumnus, Pedro Martínez (Diploma, '89), and his non-profit organization, HOPE, are working with a $50,000 grant from the Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust to help provide ID's for homeless men and women in the Miami-Dade County area. Photo IDs help these men and women get jobs, attend school, and help many of them avoid jail sentences that come as a result of not having an ID. HOPE exists to improve living conditions for the homeless, and helping men and women "jump through the hoops" needed to obtain a legal ID is just one of the ways that happens.

For more information about HOPE's ID program, read this article in the Miami Herald.

For more information about HOPE and Pedro's other ministries, be sure to read the article about him in the Winter '08 issue of Denver Seminary Magazine.

 

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