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Adam Lambert Partners With Project Angel Food to Deliver Thanksgiving Meals & Raise Awareness

Adam Lambert
Anne-Marie Williams

Adam Lambert in the kitchen with Richard Ayoub, Executive Director of Project Angel Food.

Adam Lambert is spreading cheer this holiday season.

His Feel Something Foundation has teamed up with Los Angeles-based organization Project Angel Food to help deliver meals to those who need it most this Thanksgiving and raise awareness about the organization.

Project Angel Food provides medically tailored meals to those living with illnesses such as HIV/AIDS, cancer, diabetes, heart disease and more. Since that demographic is most vulnerable to COVID-19, the organization's services are extra vital right now.

“A few years ago, I performed a tribute to George Michael at Project Angel Food’s Angel Awards," Lambert said in a press statement. "So they have been on my radar for a while. When I heard all that Project Angel Food was doing during the pandemic for people with life-threatening illnesses, more specifically for our trans brothers and sisters, LGBTQ+ seniors, people living with HIV/AIDS, and LGBTQ+ people of color; I wanted the Feel Something Foundation to get involved.”

“Heading into the winter, I am not going to lie, I’m concerned," Project Angel Food Executive Director Richard Ayoub added. "We can’t succumb to ‘COVID fatigue’ because lives depend on us. The Feel Something Foundation shines a brilliant light on Project Angel Food at a critical moment of need. Adam is a miracle.”

Among Lambert's contributions to the partnership included hand-delivering meals, appearing in a virtual event, and filming a new public service announcement. "Leading with love, Project Angel Food delivering life-saving meals during COVID and beyond," he says in the clip.

Watch it below.