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“Champions of Caring taught me the importance of perseverance and that good people can truly make a difference in this world. I was taught, and it is still my belief to this day, that if our lives are to have any significance, we must do everything within our power to battle indifference in our society. Recognizing the extraordinary acts of kindness of young people, Champions ignited a sense of resilience and passion in me to socially transition myself into adulthood. Currently, at the age of twenty-five, I have taken on a task bigger than myself. In the spirit of Champions, I decided to start my own non-profit organization called Program W.A.T.C.H. or Working at Teaching Caring and Hope. Program W.A.T.C.H was formed with the purpose of combating the seemingly hopeless label that has been placed on our inner-city male youth. This program was founded on the belief that all young men are special and if given the proper tools, role models, love and compassion they will show the world their greatness! The goal of this program is to not only mentor young men but to be a continual support and resource for the single mothers that need help and guidance to raise their children.”

Terrell McCray High School for Creative and Performing Arts, Champion of Caring Alumnus, CEO of W.A.T.C.H and Project Administrator at Vanguard 2012-2013 November 17, 2014

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