BY CEO S. WOODARD
ORLANDO - On Saturday, November 4, 2017 Kingdom Gospel Radio was a part of the 2nd annual “Legacy” a Community Veterans Day parade. There were people from miles around and within the community that came out to support the efforts of Promise Seeds Initiatives Int’l and District 6 Commissioner Samuel B Ings.
CEO S. Woodard of Kingdom Gospel Radio & Dream Again Enterprises, Inc., says “I’m so excited to be a part of this community event to show support to our Veterans. Being in corrections for 18 years now it was a no brainer when I was asked if I want to support this cause. On top of that just to have my gospel artist Jeremey Tutt sing the National Anthem at the opening of the summit was also a blessing.”
More than 400 veterans have been found living on Central Florida's streets or in the woods in the past month so continuing community awareness events such as “Legacy” is very important.
The parade started in Dr. I. Sylvester Hankins Park and ended at the Smith Center with an educational summit.
At this event we discovered that there are agencies that assist veterans and their family with entitled Government support.
Casman Flowers-Mosby CEO of Promise Seeds Initiatives Int’l says, “When I began to research the history about veterans I never knew that there are families who still are missing their love ones that the government has not found or to know that there are untapped resources that Veterans do not know about because they do take the time to research for the knowledge”. Promise Seeds Initiatives Int’l mission is to continue to support the African American community by exposing new resources to better their lives.
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