What are they saying about Invisible Words?

What are they saying about Invisible Words?

“So touching, emotional to me… I don’t think I’ll ever forget it!” Invisible Words is an exercise in empathy and a public art exhibition featuring a curated collection of signs made by people experiencing homelessness worldwide. The exhibit runs at Martin Luther King Memorial Library in Washington DC until June 30th.

What must we do?

What must we do?

Here at IVC, we believe acts of service motivated by empathy make a long and lasting difference in our communities. The evil of gun violence impacts all of us, across all different classes, races, and religions.

For Ignatian volunteers, experience makes the difference

For Ignatian volunteers, experience makes the difference

Volunteers are the lifeblood of nonprofit organizations, but the constant cycle of recruiting, scheduling and orienting newcomers can be a challenge to forward momentum. Similarly, for many individuals seeking to donate their time and talent, it’s not enough to fill a slot on a schedule; they long to contribute in meaningful ways.

IVC Webinar – Reading the Signs of the Times

IVC Webinar – Reading the Signs of the Times

Food, water, clothing, sleep, and shelter are bare necessities for anyone’s survival. For many people, these basic needs can not be met without appealing for the charity of others. Look beyond the cardboard signs you see on the streets and join us as we go deeper in understanding the heartbreaking causes of homelessness and the obstacles that prevent people from moving beyond it.