Baltimore, MD ———- Project Evolved and Friends will host the 4 th Annual “Thankful to Give: Feed the Less Fortunate Thanksgiving Event” on Thursday, November 24, 2016, at Paparazzi – 407 E. Saratoga St. in Baltimore, MD 21202 from 11am to 2pm. The organizers of the event anticipate feeding and supplying care packages to over 300 Less Fortunate individuals in Baltimore City. The attendees will be provided with a nourishing buffet along with interactive entertainment: inspirational Hip-Hop songs by Lil Key, Youth Rap Artist and star of the Rap Game Season 2 produced by Jermaine Dupri; uplifting limericks from Righteous Linguistics Spoken Word Artist, Keith McBrown; karaoke, games and more. Lil Black of Radio One will host the event and music will be provided by DJ Diamond K. The goal of the 4 th Annual “Thankful to Give: Feed the Less Fortunate Thanksgiving Event” is to create a family environment that will assist and inspire the Less Fortunate while reminding them of their value and worth to society in the midst of their struggle. Project Evolved is a non-profit organization working towards improving educational and social outcomes for low-income families in Baltimore City through programs that inspire personal growth, self-sufficiency, physical wellness and community engagement. With the support of Project Evolved, individuals will have an increased sense of self-worth and improved perception toward education and society. Kimberly Hemby, CEO of Project Evolved, emphasizes that “we fail to realize that simple kindness can go a long way towards encouraging someone who is stuck in a desolate place”. The Less Fortunate population in Baltimore City has increased over the last several years. In addition to including people who are primarily homeless, it also now includes people who have families with low incomes and major responsibilities who are striving to succeed and survive each day.