Travis Scott is working on bringing food to 50,000 Houston residents who have been impacted by the Texas Winter Storm.
The rapper’s Cactus Jack Foundation is collaborating with the city of Houston to build an emergency food program that will deliver 50,000 hot meals to city residents impacted by Texas’ freezing weather conditions. Mayor Sylvester Turner, the Houston Health Foundation and Scott’s foundation are working with a variety of local organizations to make this happen.
Meals will be going out to the city’s most vulnerable residents, according to the press release. Those eligible must be senior citizens, people with disabilities, unemployed, low-income or homebound individuals who live within a high-priority ZIP code. Scott’s efforts this time is just one of a handful of other occasions the rapper sought to aid his home state.