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Global Humanitarian-Focused Organization Commits to Helping 32,000 Orphans
by Tara Becker

Committed to having a sustainable global impact, Humanity Unites Brilliance (HUB) held Denver and Boulderapostrophes first Igniter events in early June.

HUB’s Co-Founder, Spryte Loriano, shared the company’s vision to a group of humanitarian change-makers and was on-hand for questions afterward at For Heaven’s Sake Healing Center in Denver on June 3, 2008 and at the Millennium Hotel in Boulder on June 4, 2008. There was no charge and was open to the public. For more information, go to the website at www.hubhub.org.

HUB is a powerful new model for business and humanitarian giving. HUB is an organization committed to delivering high impact experiences to ignite, awaken and take participants into action and become a powerful force for good on the planet.

The organization is a for-profit organization that uses personal empowerment training as an economic engine to generate on-going sustainable humanitarian funding. Their mission is to move people from survival to self empowerment to sustained abundance-all around the world.

Organizers Tara Becker, Kate Boatright and Cheryl Burget, HUB Charter Ambassadors believe that HUB will revolutionize the way non-profit groups receive ongoing funding. “Donor fatigue and sustainable giving are ongoing concerns for all non-profit organizations,apostrophe Burget says.

HUB has committed funding to help 32,000 orphans through the international non-profit organization Feed The Children. FTC consistently ranked as one of the 5 largest international charities in the U.S. who in 2007 distributed over $1 billion in goods and services around the world. Since its’ founding, the organization has reached out to help those in need in over 118 countries around the globe. (www.feedthechildren.org)

Several of HUB’s other non-profit partners include: Agape International is one of the fastest growing communities with over 1 million members worldwide. (www.agapelive.com) ; Child of Destiny, USA which is one of Agape International 40 global initiatives aimed to get abandoned and parentless children out of the slums of Nairobi, Kenya and into Jubilee Children Center. (www.childofdestinyonline.com); Kenya Water Wells Trust provides the solution of fresh drinking water by drilling modern borehole wells to prevent unclean water due to contamination from human and livestock waste. (www.kenyawaterwellstrust.org); RainCatcher who harvest natural rainwater for communities in need. (www. Raincatcher.org); Feed 333 has fed nearly 1.7 million meals to US families, including the two largest single-day food distribution days in US history and Youth Action International, a global non-profit working to rebuild war torn African communities. The organization establishes safe and healthy environments for women and children by providing for their core needs and new community infrastructure. (www.yourthactionainternational.org)

HUB is committed to uniting brilliance, supporting each other to take action in our own lives and delivering sustained humanitarian support. We support people who care and who want to make a difference to come together, to become a community and to go out and take action for social receiving in the full circle of life.

Some of the empowerment leaders, activists, change agents and trainers include: Kimmie Weeks, founder of Youth Action International, who was a child refugee of the war in Liberia and nearly died of hunger. Since them Kimmie has been a tireless advocate to end poverty. When he was 16 years old, Kimmie led the Children’s Disarmament Campaign to rescue 20,000 child soldiers in Liberia. Larry Jones, the founder and president of Feed the Children, Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith of Agape International Spiritual Center and a teacher in the movie “The Secretapostrophe; Mark Victor Hansen, bestselling co-author of Chicken Soup for the Soul, Janet Bray Attwood and Chris Attwood, bestselling authors of The Passion Test.

We know that together we will create a united force that will deliver the economic engine needed to once and for all break the chains of poverty and solve humanity’s most pressing needs. The degree to which you personally participate is the degree to which you personally affect humanitarian change.

For more information or to find the date of the next HUB Igniter event contact: Tara Becker tara@hubhub.org. (http://treeoflife.hubhub.org)