Hustle For Humanity Announces Aggressive US West Coast Expansion Starting with Seattle Branch Chapter

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The fast growing 501(c)(3) nonprofit human rights organization Hustle For Humanity announced Monday their plans to expand branch chapters across the United States West Coast.

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The fast growing 501(c)(3) nonprofit human rights organization, Hustle For Humanity, announced Monday their plans to expand branch chapters across the United States West Coast. After much success in the Southern California markets and other US territories, they have now set their sights on California’s Bay Area, and nearby states Washington, Nevada, and Oregon.

Their plan is to initially launch the new chapters in the northern major metropolitan areas such as San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, Las Vegas, and Portland. In addition, their current California operations in Los Angeles, Riverside, and San Bernardino Counties will be expanded further to new locations in Orange and San Diego counties. They are expected to hire upwards of 100-200 people in the West Coast expansion alone next year.

In a statement Hustle For Humanity Founder and Executive Director Justin Colella had this to say:
“We are extremely delighted that we will get a chance to partner with some phenomenal organizations in Seattle, the Bay area, and others and we wholeheartedly look forward to helping as many people as we can locally while also strengthening funding for our international and national operations, of which we are all so pleased to see doing increasingly well.”

What Mr. Colella is referring to in regard to partner organizations is part of Hustle For Humanity’s Community Impact Partnership Program, in which the nonprofit searches out and signs provincial local philanthropic charities that Hustle For Humanity deems “genuinely altruistic and benevolent." Many of these organizations significantly benefit from Community Impact Partnership funding and can thus increase their local programs with a demonstrable difference in volume and capacity to serve their prospective surroundings. At the top of that list, according to Hustle For Humanity, are Food Banks, Homeless Shelters, and Youth Services organizations.

Being a nonprofit Human Rights Organization, Hustle For Humanity has a deeply held adoration for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and considers the document part of their guiding principles, aligned closely with and considering it the newest incarnation in a historical lineage of Human Rights undertakings including; the French Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen, The United States Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights, The British Magna Carta, and the Ancient Persian Cyrus Cylinder, among others.

About Hustle For Humanity:

Hustle for Humanity is a global movement of conscious people determined to unite the world, fight injustice, and uphold human rights. We envision a world in which every person – regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, gender, class, lineage, or geographical nationality – enjoys equal human rights and equal opportunity to thrive and develop to the greatest extent of their individual talent and ambition.

Hustle for Humanity works locally, nationally, and internationally to promote and protect human rights. Its goal is to maximize the effectiveness of advocates, educators, community members, and professionals by providing educational resources and advocacy tools to advance an informed human rights agenda.

As a 501(c) (3) nonprofit human rights organization, we first and foremost recognize that ALL human beings deserve the right to life. Food, water, and shelter are necessary to sustain life so we are working with local charities we sign community impact partnerships with in each geographic region we are operational. We provide annual and quarterly funding to these diverse organizations, which include: food banks, homeless shelters, group homes, youth services organizations, and many others. We also collaborate with organizations at the national and international level that share and exemplify our vision and aspirations for humanity.

“No one person can do everything, but everyone can do something…”

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