George Sink, Sr. and his staff welcomed a group of boys from the Windwood Farm Home for Children, Inc. to the George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers offices in Charleston on Friday, August 2, 2019. Sink, Sr. greeted the boys as they arrived at the office, gave them a tour of the building, and then hosted the boys for lunch. Mr. Sink was joined by North Charleston Chief of Police Reggie L. Burgess and Pastor Lance Johnson of the Revelations of Christ Church and Partners for a Better Community. They answered the boys’ questions and spoke to the boys about achieving their dreams despite any obstacles they might face in their lives.
North Charleston Chief of Police Reggie L. Burgess (Left), Pastor Lance Johnson (Center), George Sink, Sr. (Right)
“Many of the boys have already faced and overcome significant obstacles,” said Sink, Sr. “We were honored to have the opportunity to answer their questions and offer whatever support we can. And I was thrilled that Chief Burgess and Pastor Johnson joined us in inspiring and encouraging the boys.”
Windwood Farm Home for Children has been helping children since 1985. Located on a 110-acre residential campus, the orphanage gives the boys access to an on-campus education center, fitness trails, and an obstacle and challenge course. Boys at the facility also have the opportunity to interact with nature and the many animals around the campus.
The Windwood boys seeing a George Sink, P.A. Commercial being made.
After lunch, Sink, Sr. and George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers gave each of the boys a backpack filled with an Amazon Fire 7 tablet and other surprises. George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers hopes the boys left the office knowing that they have access to mentors who can help them set and achieve their goals.