“Get in Position, so your mind can get Conditioned.” – Keither ‘Toby’ Williams
The Mission of Tawana Williams Outreach, Inc. is to give Hope and Inspiration to those facing adversities, challenges and hardships, while positively impacting and empowering the lives of all people around the globe.
Tawana Williams Outreach, Inc. is a Non Profit 501 (c) (3) Organization Tax ID#04-3660427 that was founded by Motivational Speaker/Author Tawana Williams in 2002. Our future goals will create jobs, job training programs, workshops that will help increase employment rates, increase self-esteem for the youth and teach them to become self-sufficient and independent productive citizens. Tawana Williams teaches systems, life changing strategies, practical methods and prosperity principals that help others achieve their highest potentials in life, no matter their race, age, gender, religion, disability, background or financial circumstances.
Tawana Williams Outreach, Inc. is based in Wilson, North Carolina and is a mobile organization. She will travel anywhere to be a Blessing. “Although Tawana does not carry a gun or a knife, she is truly UNarmed and Dangerous because she uses the weapons of her faith in God and her unfailing commitment to serve His calling on her life, as we all should do…” says Mrs. Mamie Brown’s baby boy-Les Brown; her Personal Mentor and friend. Tawana Williams is a force to be reckoned with as she teaches the world how to live a life with “No More Excuses.”
Please join us as we help to complete the Vision, the Purpose and the Plans of Tawana Williams Outreach, Inc. One message at a time…
For if God be for us, who can be against us? Some challenges with which we are confronted can seem insurmountable but not for Tawana Williams. She learned early in life that with God – all things are possible!
Tawana’s favorite scripture: Philippians 4:13
“I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.”
“Most people are satisfied with an ordinary life; why live an Ordinary life when you can have an Extraordinary life.” – Tawana Williams