“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.