Travis Scott donated 50,000 meals to residents of the Houston area affected by the deep freeze in Texas
Travis Scott provided 50,000 hot meals to Houston area residents struggling after the Texas freeze.
The 29-year-old pop singer made charitable donations through a partnership between his charity organization, the Cactus Jack Foundation, the City of Houston and the Houston Health Foundation.
The mayor of the city, Sylvester Turner (Sylvester Turner) also participated in the organization of disaster relief efforts.
A helping hand: Travis Scott donated 50,000 meals to residents of the Houston area affected by severe weather in Texas.Photos of this batter in 2019
The rapper is currently working with community figures and other charitable foundations to provide more meals to high-risk residents living in designated high-priority zip codes.
The two organizations involved in this work are the National Association of Christian Churches and the Black Service Chamber of Commerce.
The North American winter storm (also known as “Winter Storm Uri”) from February 13th to 17th began in the Pacific Northwest and quickly advanced towards the composer’s Texas.
Record low temperatures have been recorded in most areas of the state, and snowstorms have swept many high-risk residents.
Harsh conditions: Winter storm Uri started earlier this month and entered Scott’s hometown of Texas, which brought extreme weather conditions and caused widespread power outages
Large-scale power outages have also occurred in many cities and communities, and thousands of people have no water or electricity during weather events.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott issued a disaster statement on February 12, which was approved by President Joe Biden two days later.
Although the Texas Power Reliability Commission restored power to 600,000 Texas on February 17, the situation remains severe for millions of people.
According to NBC News, as of last Sunday, at least 8.8 million residents are still boiling.
Houston and Austin had previously been subject to water restrictions, although both cities were in a stable state last week.
Feedback: The songwriter of Sicko Mode established the Cactus Jack Foundation last year to provide charitable assistance to residents of Houston and surrounding areas.
Take care of people: The rapper is currently working with community members and other charitable foundations to provide more meals to residents living in designated high-priority zip codes; he performed well in the 2019 LIII Super Bowl halftime show
Scott established the Cactus Jack Foundation last year to enrich the lives of young people in the Houston area.
The foundation’s first initiative was to launch the HBCU Waymon Webster Scholarship Program, which aims to provide tuition for college students who are economically affected by the global epidemic.
Last December, the songwriter of Sicko Mode organized a toy driving event in his hometown. Christmas trees and warm clothes were also distributed during the charity event.
Scott’s ex-girlfriend Kylie Jenner and the couple’s three-year-old daughter Stormi also showed up during the toy drive.
Social media personalities commemorated the event with an article published on Instagram Stories, which showed her child supporting the father during the event.
Christmas spirit: In December last year, Scott organized a toy tour in his hometown. His ex-girlfriend Kylie Jenner and their daughter Stormi participated in the tour. Events.