SaulPaul was back in the capital of Texas last week for an annual philanthropic event called, Give Back Jack! He was the keynote speaker and sang for the crowd, as well as offered words of wisdom about the importance of practicing philanthropy in ones’ life. This event was hosted at the downtown Headliner’s Club and was a wonderful evening full of passionate people. Participants there were dedicated to encouraging people to give back in their Austin community. The night was all about relationships and investing in your neighbor. As a part of the Austin community, SaulPaul was more than willing to offer his voice and platform to inspire local participants to give back. He engaged both musically and vocally with the crowd, giving a solid speech about positive impacts. The speech SaulPaul gave was met with a lot of great feedback from those in attendance. SaulPaul is no stranger to motivational presentations and the philanthropy events are where his passion tends to shine. Twitter users from the event quoted one of the lines from his speech: “It’s better to be overbooked than overlooked.” This reflected SaulPaul’s “right here, right now” attitude about positive change. It brought an immediacy to the uplifting and purposeful event. (The whole room singing along with SaulPaul’s songs did not hurt the enjoyment in the room either!) SaulPaul also encouraged: “Invest your time, your talent, and your treasure.” It spoke to what the evening was all about. At the end of the night, everyone seemed to feel inspired and encouraged to put their best foot forward for their community. Give Back Jack was a great success and SaulPaul was more than happy to give back to the Austin community he calls, ‘home.’
About Give Back Jack
Give Back Jack!™ helps to inspire and educate a diverse group of young professional men about how to get involved and make philanthropy a key component of their lives. This yearly event gives attendees the opportunity to build relationships with some of the most influential men in Austin, and empowers them to begin their individual path to greater community involvement.