Last updated on July 21st, 2016 at 05:45 pm
Businesses often extend their community involvement to include the outreach in churches. It is very helpful for those in need to receive gifts in the form of monetary assistance as students prepare for school, are recognized for their efforts while in school and their submissions to a variety of scholarship programs.
One such business is that of WilliamJr Computer Consultants owned by William Young, Jr. who finds unique methods of ‘giving back’ and sharing with individuals of all ages.
WilliamJr Computer Consultants is a unique business within itself. As his primary goal is to provide a much-needed service of computer consultation and repairs, Young finds the greatest pleasure in providing computer information and introducing basic computer concepts to seniors.
Without ceremonies, individuals have been awarded monetary gifts and scholarships by WilliamJr Computer Consultants. Through the Louis Jones Scholarship Fund Donation, Charity McCrary and Charneshai Johnson were a part of a $300 scholarship contribution.
Another method of Young’s outreach was to award seven students of Payne Chapel Church $2 bills if they received ‘A’s on their report cards. The award was in the amount of $2 per ‘A.’
Young offers assistance and gives to the community through scholarships and monetary gifts to the youth and special assistance to the elderly.
“The most important thing is to reach out to the community,” said Young. Young’s eyes light up and the excitement in his voice speaks to his dedication to teach as much as he can to those who are interested in learning that: “Technology is something that seems frightening to most elderly people, but I have students who have excelled in knowing the computer’s programming and the computer’s hardware.”
WilliamJr Computer Consultants is currently offering basic computer concept classes to seniors over 50+ years old.
Readers who have an interest in providing such a service to the seniors at their church, through an organization or one-on-one, should contact William Young, Jr. at 615-545-8244.