(1) Bright House Networks
(2) City of Orlando
(3) Orlando Police Department
(4) Orlando City Soccer
As the Founder of Stop The Violence & Embrace Inc, Jack is the recipient of many awards and certificates including the following: Orlando Living Legends Award, recipient of Orange County Public Schools Certificate Of Appreciation, Proclamation from the City Of Orlando, (3) certificates of special Congressional recognition awards, gospel recording artist with Orlando’s Gospel Quartet (The Gospel Daytonaires) and a certificate of accomplishment from national GMWA Gospel Awards and recipient of the Orlando Renaissance Writer’s Guild Humanitarian of The Year Award 2016.
Jack also founded Chase Productions Ltd, a major concert company in 1985 and was the first black owned promotion company to produce a major concert in the Orange County Convention Center with Melba Moore and Freddie Jackson on Oct. 1, 1985.
We are a not-for-profit anti-violence, mentoring and community service organization located in Orlando, Florida. We focus on the prevention of violence, at risk youth mentoring and community support projects. Our team of professionals is made up of mostly volunteers with a shared interest and a commitment to stopping the violence.
Additionally, we are commited to providing guidance for our youth. This commitment has allowed us to work with schools and juveniles who are at risk of slipping through the cracks.
Founder: CEO, Jack Williams Jr.
Born in Gainsville Florida and raised in Orlando Florida
Stop the Violence and Embrace, Inc.
722 Citrus St.
Orlando, FL 32805
"Taking It To The Streets"
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