This is the case of Earnest L. Williams, a dedicated father who decided to support children in his community, after knowing that his son Justin has ADHD. He also wrote a book about it.
Earnest L. Williams, Jr. a writer, publisher, organizer with a master’s degree from Towson University has helped creating SYO Chargers, a community group educating children and youth through sports.
The SYO Chargers need your support now, so that they can bring a group of 20 young athletes to the Amateur Athletic Union AAU Junior Olympics Track and Field Meet 2010 in Norfolk, Virginia.
Last Friday I was out in Chinatown when I spotted a group of kids selling books, in front of the movie theaters. There I met Earnest Williams, and we talked briefly:
How to help? Contact Ernest L. Williams (click here) or use this information:
Ernest L. WilliamsRemember, we all can change our communities, one person at a time. This is a good example, you can help by donating, spreading the word or just emailing and telling Mr. Edwards that his work is important!
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