ELLICOTT CITY, Md. (WJZ) — A local DJ in Ellicott City is working to help those impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

DJ Kopec has made good on a promise to donate food to those in need.

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Kopec hosted a live performance on Facebook last night, all from his basement.

Holly Poultry promised to donate one pound of chicken to the United Way to distribute for each person that tuned in.

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Kopec confirmed 60,000 lbs. of chicken are being donated, and his not done helping out the community.

Next Saturday, he plans to host a virtual prom.

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Stetson Miller