The Humble Project Long Beach
Introducing Gabriel Torres, founder of The Humble Project Long Beach
I went through a life changing experience in July 2015. After having major brain surgery from a vein bursting in my brain, I was told it would be at least a year before I would walk, and most likely would never cut hair again. But a miracle happened, and I walked out of the hospital 4 days after major brain surgery, and was back at the shop cutting hair full time 4 months after. After surviving the incident my heart was led to share my talents with the less fortunate.
The Humble project was created as a platform for anyone to share their gift or talent, bless someone and in return be blessed. To share their gift with someone who would not be able to afford our services, someone who doesn't think they're worthy. The Humble Project was not only designed for the people we come across and bless with our own talents but designed for the opportunity for anyone to be part of our team.
Whats your story?
Our mission: Use Your Talent, Bring Hope. Change Your World.
Our vision is to focus on at risk youth, homeless people and those in need.
What is the mission of your organization?
Hope Seeker funds will be used to assemble and put together hygiene carepackages for the homeless. The carepackages will include items like; shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrush, a pair or socks and other useful items. The team will distribute them during events servicing those in need and they will also be given to supporters to empower them to go out, practice the Humble Project mission and bless someone in need.
What will you do with the funds donated?
If you would like to join our team, contact the humble project at .
Please understand that everything we do has nothing to do with us, it has everything to do with what we feel is the right thing to do. The Humble Project is something that is driven by pure passion, the ability to make someone forget about their situation for just a bit, is the most amazing thing.
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