June 3, 2017 at 11:34 am PST | by Vic Gerami
Hany Haddad shows love to LGBT organizations in LA

Hany Haddad (Photo courtesy US Bank)

Few people are as well respected, admired and loved as Hany Haddad in a City like Los Angeles, full of great humanitarians, activists and people of influence. Not your typical banker, he possesses a rare combination of stately presence, exuding charisma and charming humility.

He is the Vice President and Los Angeles Metro District Manager of U.S. Bank, an organization he’s been with for over fourteen years. There might be a few people who don’t know Haddad, but they’ve seen his work; better yet, they are likely a beneficiary of his generosity and benevolence for whenever you see, “Sponsored by U.S. Bank”, Haddad is responsible for it. He has directed well into the six figures of U.S. Bank donations to various LGBTQ non-profits and causes in the greater Los Angeles area.

Haddad is either currently or has been on the board of several non-profits, including the LA Opera,  Center Dance Arts at the Music Center, L.A.C.E.R. Afterschool Programs, the Children of War Foundation, the Beverly Hills Bar Foundation, Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce and the West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. One wonders how he manages it all and always has a smile on his face.

It’s nearly impossible to be at a charity event or a fund-raising gala without seeing U.S. Bank as a sponsor. Haddad has been advocating for LGBTQ organizations and important causes for years both with monetary contributions as well with his precious time and resources. In fact, he recently held a Pride reception at the West Hollywood Branch of U.S. Bank and honored five local non-profit organizations for their work in the community. They included the Los Angeles LGBT Center, Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles, the West Hollywood Community Housing Corporation, the Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce and the West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce.

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