Meet Pam Smith
About Pam Smith
Pam was born and raised in Northern Maine by wonderful parents. She is the youngest of six children and is very close to her large family.
After two short military deployments to New York and North Carolina, Pam moved to New Jersey as a military dependent in 1996. She worked several years as a Veterinary Technician and then was employed by the Department of Defense as a Fitness Instructor on Fort Dix. For the last 17 years, Pam has been a scheduling and payroll clerk for the New Jersey Department of Corrections. She is passionate about animals and currently has two cats. She wishes she could save them all!
In her walk with the Lord, Pam has attended Fellowship Alliance Chapel in Medford, NJ since 2002. After an unfortunate life incident, Pam needed to make changes and accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior in 2012. With her life improving, she felt God calling her to do something more. She began to volunteer with Feeding 5000 on Saturdays on the streets of Philadelphia. Once Feeding 5000 started serving Sundays at Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission, Pam was able to volunteer more of her time and enjoys every minute of it. "Helping others in need is not only serving the Lord, it's very therapeutic for me. I have met so many great people and have a real connection with other volunteers. It touches my heart when I can connect with those who are homeless and hurting. God has truly blessed me!!"
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