Travis Scott Provides Help to Families in Snowstorm-Stuck Houston


Travis Scott has joined the ranks of fellow celebs who are sending relief to Houston following February’s deadly winter storm.

On March 6, the Cactus Jack Foundation hosted a Houston Winter Emergency Relief Drive that gave fresh produce, canned food, water and PPE gear to over 1,000 families. They also delivered kits to hundreds of local elders who couldn’t make it out to the drive and hundreds of meals to first responders.

Scott’s Cactus Jack Foundation re-teamed with the City of Houston, as well as the Houston Health Foundation. To launch an emergency food program that provides 50,000 hot meals to the citizens of Houston, who were impacted by last week’s Texas winter freeze. They will coordinate with The Black Service Chamber, The National Association of Christian Churches and restaurant owners to identify the most vulnerable groups of people in need of assistance. Eligible citizens need to live in one of the City of Houston’s designated high-priority ZIP codes. And also identify as senior citizens, high-risk and/or homebound adults, people with disabilities, families with children under the age of 18, low-income workers, or unemployed.

The H-Town hero formed the Cactus Jack Foundation on Nov. 18, 2020, the third annual “Travis Scott Day,” which aims to provide educational and creative resources for the next generation of youth. Scott has also already introduced his 3-year-old daughter Stormi to the gift of giving back. His Cactus Jack Foundation partnered with the City of Houston and Mayor Turner to launch their first-ever Holiday Toy Drive event last Christmas. Where La Flame and his daughter helped-hand out 2,000 toys to students and faculty from three local elementary schools and Houston residents, as well as produce, Christmas trees, comforters, blankets, clothing and PPE gear.

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