Telemundo Washington, DC's Heroes Entre Nosotros (Heroes Among Us) segment honored Identity staff member Yoicy Quintero and Identity volunteer Luis Cortés for their service to their new community with Census information outreach.
On June 22, 2020 Identity was highlighted in a The Daily Record article about critical rent assistance for our County's most vulnerable communities. “I believe the most vulnerable among us will be the last ones to [...]
The Black and Brown Coalition for Educational Equity and Excellence, founded in part by Identity, was labeled as "perhaps the most promising recent development" in Montgomery County's focus on equity in a recent Opinion piece from [...]
WAMU reporter Sasha-Ann Simons reported on the tremendous leaps in reading that Latino youth enrolled in Identity's elementary school reading and social-emotional program are making. This is a great reminder of the Promise of Latino Youth and [...]
To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Identity, a group of High School students from Wheaton’s KnightTime Program turned shards of glass and mirrors into a spectacular mosaic mural to represent what Identity means to them. [...]
Hope Lives Here, the cover story in the current issue of Bethesda Magazine, is about the students at Germantown's Daly Elementary School where we are providing a new reading support program plus social and emotional skill [...]
SOCCER FOR CHANGE is a game changer, allowing at-risk teens to play. For students in Montgomery County’s Department of Recreation, City of Gaithersburg and Identity SOCCER 4 CHANGE program, it’s so much more than just a [...]
“The achievement gap begins early and ends tragically…. “Without the enrichment and opportunities provided by organizations like Identity, we all know how this story ends: many of these students will fail. But the data shows that [...]
Bethesda Magazine profiles Identity Executive Director, Diego Uriburu, and his drive to help Montgomery County's invisible population of Latino youth. Click here to read more.
Identity’s free soccer program was highlighted in a recent Washington Post article as part of the solution to the unequal access to team sports for low-income youth. “Sports are an entry point into a different lifestyle [...]