Keshia, founder of the non-profit organization Kamp Kizzy, expressed her excitement about the partnership with The Ludacris Foundation on Twitter.
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"In partnership with @LudacrisFdtn our goal is to donate meals to over 250 families and we need your help ATL!" she wrote.
Both Kamp Kizzy and The Ludacris Foundation have asked Atlanta residents to contribute canned goods, non-perishable food items, and turkeys for families in the community. Items will be collected via bins that have been set up around the city from now through November 14th.
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"Now more than ever, with the state of the economy, the holiday season will be especially difficult for families with an even greater need than ever before," said Keshia in a statement. "Kamp Kizzy and the The Ludacris Foundation are here to serve those in need."
We love to see celebs giving back!
How will you help those who are less fortunate this holiday season?