MCTECH FOUNDATION ENCOURAGES BLACK LEADERS TO SUPPORT AND ENDORSE "FUGITIVE SAFE SURRENDER PROGRAM"
CLEVELAND, OHIO- McTech Corp encourages African-American leaders across Greater Cleveland to embrace the Fugitive Safe Surrender Program as a model for restoring and reviving families and communities affected by surge of economic stagnation in the region. Faith, corporate, and civic leaders came together September 22nd - 25th, 2010 to change the destiny of nearly 8,000 individuals committed to turning their lives around. Any institution that has the ability and willingness to support this program with this profound level of success must be a champion for positive change.
Mark Perkins, President and CEO of McTech Corp calls upon leaders to "respect that the mission of the U.S. Marshals Service is not only to champion the reconnection of families and restoration of dignity that comes with a decent job, but also to secure work that allows a mother or father to support their children. It must also be the mission of a community to ensure its greatest resource, its people, have the ability to thrive, and McTech is fully committed to enhancing the quality of life in Cleveland.
Joshua Perkins-McHamm, McTech's, Director of Business Development, volunteered during 2010 program at the Mt. Zion Church in Oakwood Village and emerged as one of its strongest supporters. "We commend Bishop Larry Macon, Sr. and all of Cleveland's faith leaders for their continued work on behalf of this region. We hope and pray all leaders with a concern for the health and well-being of Greater Cleveland lend their voices to this noble effort."