Behind the Shield: Raymond Gordon, Food Pantry Volunteer - Fond du Lac
Raymond Gordon has been involved with The Salvation Army for the past 4 years as a Food Pantry Volunteer. He helps stock the pantry and then guides clients through the pantry, offering a kind heart and an encouraging word to every one of them. According to Connie Millard, who works at the Fond du Lac Corps says, “Gordon is gentle and kind, and so easy for people to feel comfortable around. In short, he’s a gem!” Read more about Gordon below:
Q. How did you first learn about The Salvation Army?
A. Through ADVOCAP
Q. What is your favorite part about being involved with The Salvation Army?
A. I really enjoy helping the people
Q. What has been your favorite experience at The Salvation Army?
A. Helping a large family with children who really needed food. Seeing their gratitude touched my heart. I knew we'd made a difference in their lives.
Q. What is one thing you believe the world should know about The Salvation Army?
A. How much good they do for people in need.
Q. What are 3 words you would use to describe The Salvation Army?
A. Generous, helpful and caring.
Q. What is your favorite project to work on?
A. The pantry
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