With Super Feast, 50 cent makes shock toy gift as Houston pioneers request help

Multi week out from the food and toy giveaway, coordinators are requesting the public’s assistance getting enough food and toys for 25,000 individuals.

Coordinators of Houston’s Christmas Eve Super Feast say the pandemic is driving the need higher than at any other time.

Multi week out from the food and toy giveaway, they’re requesting the public’s assistance getting enough food and toys for 25,000 individuals.

Rapper 50 Cent and his G-Unity Foundation gave toys to the City Wide Club, the not-for-profit that puts on Super Feast.

“You make more, you give more back,” said 50 Cent during an unexpected appearance at a question and answer session Thursday morning.

“They already have the foundation in this community built, so I was able to just make the collaboration, so you know it’s real as soon as you get in there.”

Professional athletics groups and nearby pioneers are likewise requesting the general population to help the philanthropic arrive at its objective from 100,000 toys.

As of Thursday morning, they were just 30% of the path there.

“Please, take it from us, the men and women, the first responders that are seeing the hungry families, that are seeing the kids that have little hope this year, more than ever with little hope,” said Chief Art Acevedo of the Houston Police Department.

Like the 2020 Thanksgiving Super Feast, the Dec. 24 occasion will likewise be in and out. Families can stroll up or drive up to the George R Brown Convention Center to get their food boxes and toys.

Civic chairman Sylvester Turner said many individuals didn’t have an approach to cook the turkeys from the Thanksgiving giveaway. That is the reason for the Christmas Eve Super Feast, the city is collaborating with 17 eateries to plan dinners to go.

“It benefits our restaurants, it benefits the people who need it,” Mayor Turner said. “25,000 prepared meals will be available in addition to all the other things that people can get on Christmas Eve.”

Individuals who need to help can give toys, bicycles, or durable products through 7 p.m. Thursday outside the George R. Earthy colored Convention Center at Polk and Lamar.

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