#ServingHopeLV Recognized by NV State Governor Brian Sandoval for Work with Las Vegas Homeless Population

#ServingHope LV, which served over 64,000 meals to the Las Vegas homeless population in 2016, was recognized for outstanding service to the community.

Las Vegas, NV, December 06, 2016 --(PR.com)-- While Las Vegas is largely known for glitz, glamor, and excess, there are many people who experience a much darker side of the city. For the 35,000 people who live on the streets, very little offers them home.

Siloh Moses, the founder of #ServingHopeLV teamed up with local non-profit Mondays Dark and the Downtown Rotary Charitable Fund to bring awareness to the homelessness challenge in Las Vegas. Touted “Vegas’s Night to Give Back,” Mondays Dark partners with a different charity each month to give back to the community. Through this partnership, the two organizations were able to offer a helping hand to Las Vegas’s homeless population.

Monday's Dark backed #ServingHopeLV in spreading awareness of what they do, their mission, and their beliefs. Not only that, the people at Mondays Dark got in the trenches with #ServingHopeLV’s volunteer corps to work hand-in-hand to eliminate homelessness.

The partnership led to #ServingHopeLV being recognized on Las Vegas’s famed Fremont Street—where, until recently, many of Las Vegas’s homeless lived—by Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval, Senator Dean Heller, and Congresswoman Dina Titus for their outstanding commitment to service to the community.

Moses says, “We are so honored to have been recognized for our work. There are so many wonderful organizations around town, who do amazing work with their various missions, that, to be chosen by Mondays Dark—and to be recognized by the Downtown Rotary Charitable Fund, Governor Sandoval, Senator Heller, and Congresswoman Titus—is a true testament to our volunteers.” He adds, “Our volunteers are some of the most dedicated people I know, and they have truly earned this recognition. The experience of working with Mondays Dark was truly inspirational to all of us, and pushed us beyond our boundaries to give more, do more, and help more.”

#ServingHopeLV helped get over 100 people off the streets and into permanent housing in 2016, alone. Their goal for 2017 is inspired by its growing volunteer corps—now over 60 strong. It is their aim to help 6,000 additional people get into permanent housing, where they will not only be able to live comfortably, but also take the steps to obtain a job and live the lives that they deserve.


#ServingHopeLV is a completely independent grassroots community give-back organization dedicated to eliminating homelessness and poverty in the Vegas Valley through giftivism—genuine acts of kindness so radical that they spark change in not just ourselves, but the world, as well. Last year, alone, #ServingHopeLV gave away 64,000 individual meals to those who couldn’t afford one, had over 5,000 volunteers join them in their cause, and saved 100 lives from homelessness by placing them into permanent housing.

For more information, please visit http://hashtagservinghopelv.org/

Find us on Facebook, where the movement began, at https://www.facebook.com/ServingHopeLV

Follow what our volunteers are doing on Instagram @ServingHopeLV_Official

Follow us on Twitter at @ServingHopeLV or by searching #ServingHopeLV to see what the community is posting about our work.
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Brittany Bearden