William Walker, Sr. Vice President of Programs, S.H.A.R.E. Inland Empire

William Walker, Sr. Vice President of Programs, S.H.A.R.E. Inland Empire

William Walker, Sr.

William Walker, Sr.

Founded in 1988, S.H.A.R.E. Inland Empire is a re-entry life skills program that assists people in integrating back into the community after incarceration. Their goal: To assist individuals in becoming self-sufficient, and to create jobs in the Inland Empire and particularly San Bernardino. They fund the business by selling furniture and cars to church organizations, non-profit organizations and small businesses in the Inland Empire.

Who they are:
Our belief in ‘Service Above Self’, links directly to and holds strong to our intentions: to bring (S)ocial (H)azard (A)wareness (R)esearch and (E)ducation. We are a very dedicated organization with a legitimate commitment to families and individuals, serving as their resource for food, education, as well as a steady support system to bring balance to their lives.

What they envision:
We envision going global. We see the organization having many thrift stores to help people all over the world, because that is our sole mission: To create jobs.

Who they help:
We are open to anyone who wants to make a change. We like to help anyone who needs to adjust, whether a man or woman. Probation sends the clients, and they go through our re-entry program. Many may not
have known that re-entry people are not used to the regular things we use everyday. We get them back to basics, as simple as watching television or using a cell phone. Some of our clients want to get back with their family after doing their time. We also help with counseling them.

S.H.A.R.E. Inland Empire offers a diverse range of services, which include and are not limited to job training and placement. They take pride in providing exceptional service and offering only their best efforts to the community and those in need. No matter the volume of requests, they strive to meet them all with expert advice, individualized attention, and innovative solutions.

They consistently seek out ways to improve their community services and upgrade their programs.

Contact: www.shareinlandempire.org, by telephone: (909) 890-0999, or walk in, hours of operation are Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. The address is: 777 South Allen Street, Suite#A, San Bernardino.

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