Well, we are almost halfway thru the year and I hope you have met your goals thus far. For me it's been a great start, as my volunteering at a local elementary school has been amazing! My nonprofit organization has also begun the year strong. As you all are aware, last month was autism awareness month and even though I feel that every month is autism awareness month, April was vital for many reasons. I was unable to walk for autism this year, but we did raise money to help students on the spectrum receive one on one teaching. I want to thank all those who donated to help us. Please feel free to donate anytime. We still have our scholarship program that helps students as well. As I and others continue to raise awareness, we stress that the kids and adults on the spectrum want acceptance, patience, and understanding. We all in turn must continue to educate ourselves and others to insure a quality of life for us all.
My radio show (The Elijah Winfrey Show) will return June 13th and I'm super excited about that! It's another platform to raise awareness and give back to the community. Each month I will have a different co host as we tackle topics like autism, homelessness and underprivileged youth. I will take the show on the road with me and it will also be available via podcast on iTunes.
Here's a update on my golf season so far. this past weekend I finished 4th, which is a big step in the right direction for me. I'm still having trouble with consistency, but with a ton of events this month I look to solve that issue. My ball striking has been decent and my short game has really bailed me out of some tough spots. This week I travel to eastern Washington for my next two events and the weather is suppose to be great. June will also be busy with a lot of charity events. My summer series will kick off at chambers bay followed by a trip to Oregon.
Thank you all for the continued support on all of the social media platforms Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter. I appreciate the love. Continued success to all of you and remember to always make someone or something better.