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Please note: the THC organization website has moved to its own domain and this blog is a collection bin of my own ideas, writings and motorcycle ride reports and doesn’t reflect on official organizational matters. Once the construction of the website is complete, these pages won’t be available on this website any longer.

All great explorers had one thing in mind: to get where no one else has been. And all had one thing in common: to be the first person to do so. When I was old enough to read, I realized to my dismay, that there was not even a single empty spot left on the map.

All countries had been found, both poles had been reached, the highest peaks climbed, and to compound the insult, Armstrong had already walked on the moon! To an ambitious first grader, that was quite a blow. I made a promise to myself to one day explore and discover something new.

Although with time I climbed big mountains, traveled much and saw more, my true discovery came in the form of a dawning comprehension of the struggles that go on every day on every corner of this planet: in particular, the travesty of extreme poverty and malnutrition.

With a desire to make a difference, I sold my worldly possessions and on August 2009, embarked on an around-the-globe journey on my motorcycle. By its end, this expedition will cover over 200 countries, 120° of latitude, 24 time zones, and 6 continents in order to raise awareness and funds for the number one cause of death in the world: hunger.

This journey evolved beyond the scope of my one-man band, and eventually I founded and incorporated the Transcontinental Humanitarian Corp., a non-profit 501(C)(3) organization to bring together those with a similar passion and desire to give a helping hand to ordinary people during times of extraordinary tribulation.

Imagine all the money spent on nuclear weapons and meaningless wars each year, all the embargoes and sanctions imposed upon innocent people – trillions of dollars. If we spent that money feeding, clothing and educating the poor of the world, not one soul excluded, it would pay for itself many times over. We could explore our globe together, forever in peace.       -O. Christopher Sorbi, Founder

Transcontinental Humanitarian Corp. Board of Directors

Kyle Ford, President

Born and raised in Helena, Montana, Kyle Ford is a graduate of the University of Montana with a degree in Psychology who currently resides in his native hometown. Kyle is a astute researcher and an ardent social justice activist whose keenness and devotion to our undertaking has proven to be invaluable. As the sous-chef de cuisine at Mediterranean Grill, he is able to cultivate one of his many passions: food.

Jared Williams,  Vice President and Public Relation Director

Jared Williams is a graduate of the University of Maine with a Bachelors of Science degree in Construction Management and works and resides in Massachusetts.  With three children of his own, Jared’s passion for wanting to make a difference stems from wishing all children, regardless of where they are born and live, are given the basic food and supplies needed to grow up and have a chance at life.  Along with helping globally with these efforts,  Jared has worked locally through delivering bread to local homeless shelters and fundraising for various local food-based charities.

Andrew Pogany, Chief Finacial Officer

Andrew Pogany was born in Austria to a Hungarian family. Andy moved to United States in 1967 when he was just seven and spent 22 years in United States Army and is a decorated retired Major. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and Master’s degree in business administration so it was a no brainer to elect him as our chief financial officer. Andy has two daughters and resides with his wife on the beautiful California coast.

Non-Director Officers

Lourdes Cacace, Latin America Representative

Born into an Italian family and raised in Asunción, Paraguay, Lourdes Speaks Italian, Spanish and English. Educated in Law at Universidad Nacional de Asunción, she joined our organization to fulfill her passion for tackling social issues in Latin America. She is responsible for translation, correspondent, and solving legal issues south of the borders

Transcontinental Humanitarian Corp.
P O BOX 7603
Helena, MT 59604
(406) 992-0032


You can access our public information such as our organizing documents and policies through the following links on this website. All other related documents shall be available for public review upon request.

Articles of Incorporation ~ Bylaws ~ Conflict of Interest ~ Employee Identification Number ~ Application for Exemption 

Photo on front page and above are courtesy of  Cynthia Quispe