Quality Control is working hard to assist those in need during the holiday break. On November 21, the popular entertainment imprint teamed up with Goodr to host a luncheon at Baptist Towers Senior Home in Atlanta, Georgia. Together, Goodr and QC were able to feed 300 seniors in the living facility.
“We are grateful to the heads of Quality Control for their ongoing commitment to giving back to their community,” Goodr CEO Jasmine Crowe told Hip-Hop DX.
“The impact we have made since our first activation is something we are very proud of at Goodr. Seniors especially hold a special place in my heart and we at Goodr look forward to bringing them some holiday spirit.”
One day after hosting a luncheon at Baptist Towers Senior Home, Quality Control hosted a pop-up grocery market in Atlanta, Georgia. The meal giveaway helped feed 300 families in the area just before Thanksgiving.
“We receive so many blessings on a daily basis and it’s important to us at QC to give back to our community and show love to those who need it,” Quality Control CEO Pierre “Pee” Thomas told Hip-Hop DX.
QC joins a growing list of artists and labels to host Thanksgiving giveaways. This week, 50 Cent, NBA Youngboy and Fetty Wap have all hosted meal giveaways in Houston, Patterson and Baton Rouge. 50 Cent is also expected to appear in the Houston Thanksgiving Parade on Thursday.