White House Silver Award
In January 2002, U.S. President George W. Bush called on all Americans to dedicate at least two years – 4,000 hours – over the course of their lives to serve others at home or abroad. Reverend Core responded to the call of President George W. Bush directive; he served over 4,000 hours of volunteer work inside of the Montgomery County Correction Facility and received a Silver Award from the White House for his service and continues to work serving people as God has ordered all of us.
Reverend Core overseen the Prison Ministry at the Mount Jezreel Baptist Church, under his leadership he was responsible for the church’s Aftercare Program, the program assisted returning inmates with the following (housing, important required documentation, job interviewing techniques and other personal matter to assist with the transition back into society). For his dedication to serving, he received Service Award in 2006 from the Mount Jezreel Baptist Church for the work God as commissioned to us…
Gwynn Park High School
Kids go under attack at early age today through all of the Social Media and other platforms to transmit and/or program information to our children; Reverend Core recognizes the important of properly supporting the school systems, more importantly the care for our future leaders of tomorrow, giving assistance with leadership & development, for his dedicated giving and focused, he received Special Recognition award for his participation and volunteering at the GPHS Career Day Program
Leland is an amazing person and a great friend. May he fullfil the duty he received by our lord and savior Jesus Christ
~ Ifty Mahmud | Bangladesh