“It does my heart good to see that people have come,” Wallace said. “...It took a lot to get all this food ready.”
That food is provided to the community free of charge, with no donations sought to cover the cost.
“We want it to be our gift to the community,” Griffin said.
Count Wallace as part of the “we.”
“People say, ‘Do you want anything?’ No, we don’t want a thing,” he said. “We want to praise the Lord. We want to give something to the community.”