Whether sorting and packing groceries at the Faith Food Factory or serving lunch at The Master’s Table soup kitchen, for 10 years, dedicated volunteer Alvin Williams has been working hard to put food on the table for our neighbors in need.

“I’m from a very poor family in New York, and we never had much,” he said. “But God took my family and I all over the world, and it was time for me to give back.”

Mr. Williams is a team player and is always willing to take on any task necessary to help get the job done. He started volunteering at Golden Harvest after retiring from the GA Department of Corrections, and he has helped countless children, seniors, and families get enough to eat since.

“I spent 30 years in the military,” he said. “And of all the awards I have received during that 30 years, this is the most graceful one, because it is an award to serve – not to do your job, but just to be a good servant.”

Thank you Mr. Williams for your dedication and for embodying the true spirit of service at Golden Harvest.

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