H.A.D., Inc. is a non-profit 503(c) tax exempt organization that was founded by Betty C. Coker approximately eighteen years ago in 1989. The purpose of the organization is to get young people involved in sports activities and the entertainment industry to help those in need of positive alternatives to destructive behavior and dangerous environments in an effort to keep them from negative thinking. In its existence, H.A.D. Inc, helped almost 20,000 youngsters and homeless families, and has referred many people to support groups.
On May 25, 2007, H.A.D was transitioned to Humanitarians Of The World Inc, (HOTWINC), which expands on the basic principles, concepts and ideologies of the former organization
Humanitarians of the World, Inc. (HOTWINC), is also a not for profit 503(c) tax exempt organization.
One of the goals of HOTWINC is to broadcast Humanitarian activities taking place throughout the world via its official online TV, “World Liberty TV Humanitarian Channel” located at www.worldlibertytv.org.
Another goal of the organization is to recognize those individuals and entities that provide humanitarian services through charitable acts or activities throughout the world. Medals of recognition will be awarded to those whose humanitarian efforts assist, support, and further the economic, social, mental and physical well-being of the underprivileged, disenfranchised, suffering and/or downtrodden people of the world, as a way of honoring them at the annual fundraising galas, and eventually HOTWINC Hall of Fame annual events.
The primary goal of Humanitarians Of The World Inc. is to help the neediest of people throughout the world wherever they may be in need.
Humanitarians Of The World Inc. does not receive federal, state or city funding but raises money through charitable contributions made by corporate or private concerns. The members of HOTWINC are caring community minded people that give their time and funds, to help those less fortunate and in dire need of assistance. The very essence of the organization’s foundation is the humanitarian causes it serves. Seventy five percent of the money HOTWINC receives through fundraising and other charitable activities will fund the organization’s humanitarian causes.