Change is built on relationships — partnering with friends, and people maybe you've never met — who are ready to make a difference. Watch this quick video to see how Mark Horvath's friends, from the world of social media and beyond, have rallied to support Invisible People, and is work to end homelessness.
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On any given night, nearly 633,782 people in the United States experience homelessness — over 60,000 of them veterans. And the average age of a homeless person in the United States is only nine years old. When we met Mark, we would never have believed that ending homelessness is achievable — but he has convinced us, as he has thousands of others, that it is.
Our goal: to use film, social media, and a smartphone game to amplify Invisible People's work — turning apathy into action, making the homeless men and women in your community visible, and inspiring more and more people to take action to solve homelessness in their own backyards.
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