To celebrate his 28th birthday, Quavo is thinking about those individuals in the thick of the COVID-19 crisis, whether they’re ailing or assisting those suffering from the widespread disease.
The Migos star has tapped his own Quavo Cares Foundation to uphold the Ohana One Foundation and Emory Healthcare’s needs in the two cities he frequents and blessed his fans with a special public service announcement.
The Quavo Cares Foundation is working with the Ohana One Foundation and Emory Healthcare to ensure health care professionals at area Los Angeles and Atlanta hospitals have the protective personal equipment (PPE) they need to keep them safe during this pandemic (including masks, isolation gowns, face shields).
I am asking all of my friends and fans to donate $10 or more to help keep healthcare workers safe. Each $10 donation will supply four (4) brand new N95 masks for doctors, nurses and hospital staff.
100% of funds raised will go directly to buying PPE supplies and your donation is tax deductible.
On Instagram, he expressed the exact same sentiment along with a special birthday announcement that he would be digging deep into the vault, celebrating with some of Migos’ greatest hits with Travis Scott serving as host.
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Huncho Day Was About Giving Back On My Birthday Unfortunately Weren’t Able Too! So Instead I Ask My Family Friends Supporters To Please Donate To Quavo Cares Foundation!!!! LINK IN BIO I am partnering with @ohana_one_inc and @emoryhealthcare to provide needed masks, isolation gowns and face shields to ensure health care professionals are safe during this pandemic. I am asking all of my friends and fans to join me and donate. Link in bio.
Travis will be hosting Quavo’s birthday party on instagram live tonight, playing unreleased music from Pop Smoke, Travis Scott, Migos, Young Thug, 21 Savage, The Weeknd & more… pic.twitter.com/ce3QmM0VMF
— 🎪 (@RodeoTheAlbum) April 2, 2020
Speaking of greatest hits, in a recent interview with HipHopDX, Quavo revealed the one Migos song he feels tops them all.
“Top Down on da NAWF” bout our home [from Culture II],” he explained. “This was a very personal song to the group and we discussed a lot of personal issues. The NAWF made us who we are today and we love it there.”