The Toys For Nawf event offered kids a chance to get plenty of gifts, ranging from bikes and remote control cars to dolls and toy dinosaurs.
Kids also got to play games, enjoy hot chocolate and other snacks and play in an inflatable obstacle course.
“It’s a big day for these kids,” said Latabia Woodward, who is Offset’s mother. “We wanted to reach as many kids as we could and I wish we could do more, actually, but this was great.”
Offset’s efforts to help families enjoy Christmas did not go unnoticed by local leaders. Lawrenceville and Gwinnett County leaders presented proclamations to Offset, whose birth name is Kiari Cephus.
A proclamation from the city of Atlanta was also presented to him.
“(Migos) are our favorite sons,” county commission Chairwoman Nicole Love Hendrickson said. “They put Gwinnett County on the map, and when they talk about the ‘NAWF side,’ they’re talking about the suburbs of Gwinnett County. They’re not talking about Atlanta. They’re talking about Gwinnett.