The humanitarian category of Heart and Soul recognizes employees for acts of kindness and charity that promote the wellbeing or improves the lives of someone in our community. It also includes actions of bravery, courage and selflessness.
This description embodies Kenneth Williams.
Williams is not only a CAMC employee, he also is a member of the West Virginia State University Yellowjacket II Chapter of Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship. He recently led and organized a weekend of fundraising events to support the CAMC Foundation and CAMC Cancer Center.
Williams worked tirelessly to create events that allowed the community to participate and help raise funds for a cause close to Kenneth’s heart. He held a Youth Development Dinner, basketball tournament, and a concert.
On April 29, the West Virginia State University Yellowjacket II Chapter of Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship Incorporated hosted a local musician and fellow member Tajai Holmes for a benefit concert at the Davis Fine Arts Building on the campus of WVSU.
From his hard work and dedication, Williams raised $700 to support patient care at the CAMC Cancer Center.