(Los Angeles 8/12/09) Humanitarian Day (H-Day) a domestic project, which addresses American social issues such as; homelessness, hunger and education directly affecting over 600,000 Americans (endhomelessness.org). The ILM Foundation under the banner of Coalition to Preserve Human Dignity (CPHD) has scheduled 7 national cities and 2 international countries for H-Day events. On Saturday August 15th at University of Southern California (USC) 1:30pm in the Waite Phillips Building; a conference will be held discussing strategy and the obligation of duty from a moral perspective.
Executive Director Naim Shah Jr. CPA says, “We are taking active responsibility for our communities, especially during this economic hardship.” H-Day originated in Los Angeles 9th District Skid Row by providing hot meals, new clothing and medical screening. The mission of H-Day “Convert One Day into a Life’s Mission” is developing an untraditional partnership with those less fortunate to alleviate hunger, homelessness and restore their self worth.
H-Day is answering President Obama’s “United We Serve” initiative with the Humanitarian Day Campaign of serving 10,000 homeless during the month of Ramadan. ILM Foundation is urging organization to join the Coalition to Preserve Human Dignity which has served nearly 60,000 men - women and children in over 21 U.S. cities since its start in 2001. H-Day’s will respond to assisting the American public in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, Texas, Kansas City; as well in Ghana and Indonesia and other domestic sites. CPHD has a domestic concern about issues that affect the entire health of American communities and will utilize its resources in treating it.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit www.humanitarianday.com or call 888.387.5111 (see YouTube keywords: ILM Foundation Presents Humanitarian Day 2007)