Aaron Carter spent his Thanksgiving giving back to the community.
On Thursday, the pop star — who continued to look healthy following his decision to re-enter rehab in October — volunteered to help out Project Angel Food, a nonprofit agency that cooks and delivers meals to people who are affected by life-threatening illnesses.
“Today, I’m thankful to be able to give back to @ProjectAngelFood. #MonthOfGiving #FoodIsLove#FoodIsMedicine,” Carter, 29, wrote alongside a series of photographs which showed the work that went into preparing all the Thanksgiving meals. “Happy Thanksgiving to all my fans! You can donate by texting Angel17 to 243725.”
He also shared a short video of his charitable moment on his Instagram story. “HAPPY THANKSGIVING!” he wrote.
On Sept. 22, Carter entered rehab to “improve his health and work on his wellness,” his publicist said at the time. The news came shortly after cops were summoned to Carter’s Florida home to do a welfare check after a neighbor said he was slurring his words and his “skin color was off.”
Earlier this month, after completing treatment, Carter showed off his impressive 45 lb. weigh gain on social media.
“This is my before and after pics,” Carter, 29, wrote on Instagram, alongside a side-by-side photo. “I went from 115 to 160 pounds in two months I feel amazing. 2018 I’m ready for you!!”
The musician is currently 15 lbs. up (45 lbs. total) from the last time he showed off his impressive progress back in October.
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“It’s a terrible stress condition that affects me having an appetite and I’m sorry this is the way I am,” Carter said at the time on Twitter. (The tweets were later deleted.) “Basically I have an eating disorder.
“I’m sorry, sometimes I really wish I did look better, or I eat more like y’all say, this life doesn’t come w much stability,” he continued.