Williams and his teammates joined Levi's® in support of breast, colon and pediatric cancer warriors at the Crucial Catch Fashion Show presented by Dignity Health on October 2, 2018. 49ers players and cancer warriors took to the runway to show off their attire and share their stories of strength and courage with the audience.
Williams and his teammates joined Levi's in support of breast, colon and pediatric cancer warriors at the Crucial Catch Fashion Show presented by Dignity Health on October 2, 2018. 49ers players and cancer warriors took to the runway to show off their attire and share their stories of strength and courage with the audience.
During the 2019 offseason, members of the 49ers took park in the Second Annual Picnic on the Field, located on the Levi's Stadium field. Williams and his teammates spent the day taking pictures with fans, who enjoyed music, food and games in support of the 49ers Foundation. The foundation, in conjunction with NFL Huddle for 100, partnered with Amazon to fill 1,000 backpacks full of school supplies. Fans and players joined together to assemble the packs, which were distributed throughout the community to children in need.
The 49ers joined forces with Martha's Kitchen of San Jose as part of their Community Tuesday kickoff event on September 11, 2018. Williams and teammates took part in the event by serving dinner to nearly 200 residents in need, refilling beverages and bussing tables. Both the 49ers and Levi's Stadium partner with Martha's Kitchen throughout the year by donating excess food after stadium events. Martha's Kitchen's mission is to "feed the hungry with dignity, no questions asked, no judgements made."
Williams participated in several youth football camps and visited Cleveland-area schools during his time with the Browns. In May of 2016, he joined his Browns teammates at Euclid Elementary, where they spoke about the importance of staying active and healthy as a part of the NFL's Play 60 campaign. In September of 2015, Williams and former teammate Craig Robinson hosted a flag football clinic at Charles Dickens Elementary School that focused on basics such as catching, throwing and having fun.
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