Quality Control Music, the record label home to Migos, Lil Yachty, Lil Baby, City Girls gave back to the Atlanta community yet again. The label teamed up with Goodr to provide gifts to over 140 families residing at the Freedom Park apartment complex. Late last summer, 48 residents of the complex, 37 of them children, were displaced by a multi-unit fire and lost everything they had.
Quality Control and Goodr hosted a toy/gift shop, 'QC Wonderland', in the center of the apartment complex for the residents to enjoy. Parents and children received QC gift money at the event to exchange for toys, bikes, and games. Parents also received gift cards and items like instant pots, air-fryers, and other gifts. The event featured food and entertainment, including a DJ, photos with Santa, face painting, a cookie decorating station, and more.
“Nothing means more to us than family and community so any chance we get to help bring our blessings and love to others it’s something we do with great honor and pride” -Pierre “P” Thomas CEO, Quality Control
At the height of the pandemic, Goodr and Quality Control paired up to offer hunger relief, with CEO Pierre “P” Thomas and COO Kevin “Coach K” Lee donating $100,000 to Goodr to help feed 1,000 families. The two organizations have joined forces several times since then to provide everything from groceries and holiday meals to school supplies to offset the effects of continuing inflation in underserved communities.
“We are always humbled by the continuous generosity of Pierre “P” Thomas and Coach K in striving to improve the lives of so many Atlantans,” Goodr Founder and CEO Jasmine Crowe-Houston says. “All of us are excited to host this event and be a part of this community’s Holiday.”