Siloh Moses Serves Hope
Siloh Moses has had an impact in the Las Vegas community not just personally, but also professionally and whole-heartedly as the founder of Serving Hope LV. He started off like a lot of us going to work, he was a manager in a call center running a small team doing the normal nine to five job. He was doing well at work and his girlfriend at the time just gave birth to their son. Siloh walks into work one day and to discover that they can’t pay him his salary. Like a lot of people, it was paycheck to paycheck. Shortly after his devastating job loss, came his car being repossessed and then the 48 hour vacate notice on the door of the house. For the next seven months after the job loss and becoming rendered completely homeless, he figured things out and did what was needed to eat no matter how grim some of that was for Siloh and the survival skills that he had no choice but to implement.
He bounced back from that and took every lesson learned with gratitude and has a ton of compassion for others. His community outreach programs now have sponsors ranging from Starbucks, Coca-Cola to local restaurants like, like SkinnyFats & Zaba’s Mexican Grill to name a few.
Mr. Moses now on the top of his game and is in full swing giving back and with that comes a lot of great attention from names like entrepreneur.com, Inc. Magazine, Esquire Top 40 under 40 and awarded by the United States Congress & Senate for his leadership in Philanthropy. Shilo believes no one person should go hungry.
Currently, Siloh is still a crusader for the homeless and helps the unemployed and under unemployed while serving those that are less fortunate. He’s expanded to a consulting agency that inspires companies to become socially good while making profits in the process. When he is available, speaking at events is a regular thing sharing a stage with people like Les Brown, Bill Walsh, etc. Be sure to keep an eye out on this guy; at this pace he is absolutely destined to become (of what he already has) a very well-known person both nationally and on a local level. Thank you Siloh Moses for being so awesome, always giving back to our community in which we live, and overall truly a great person to know and believe in.