“For the Unseen” believes a lot of people are invisible in today’s world. Their lives have utterly disappeared from public awareness, due to the chaos of political strife, rampant disease, or humanitarian crisis wrought by war. These people have gone from bare survival to living on the edge of death. All this is happening despite new technology that has brought the world closer together. But perhaps that is part of the problem — now, people filter. Many see only what they want to see. Founded by a 27-year-old digital native, “For the Unseen” seeks to challenge just that.
This is why “For the Unseen” volunteers are providing person-to-person service in struggling nations. They are not only providing critical life-saving assistance that gets people from one day to the next, as important as that is, they are also implementing long-term humanitarian projects that dignify these people. Being seen brings their personal stories — and their souls — back to life. The direct interaction shows they are not alone; helps inspire and empower these unseen individuals to continue living.
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