Travis Scott donates 50,000 meals to Houston residents affected by Texas Freeze
Travis Scott is helping people who have been affected by the Texas winter frost amid the pandemic.
According to People, Travis worked with his Cactus Jack Foundation and Mayor Sylvester Turner to create a food aid program for Houston residents affected by the crisis.
Earlier this month, Texas was hit by heavy snowfall and freezing temperatures that left millions of people without heat, water or electricity.
After power was restored, many discovered that their pipes had burst and the taps had dried up. The disruption of the water supply system resulted in nearly 8.8 million people being placed under orders to boil water on Monday, February 22.
The Grammy-nominated Houston native has partnered with the City of Houston and the Houston Health Foundation to provide around 50,000 hot meals to provide relief to those severely affected by the storm.
Travis is also working with local restaurateurs and organizations to focus their efforts on at-risk Houston residents who live in 30 high-priority zip codes identified by the City of Houston.
Travis recently shared how his daughter Stormi inspires his music.
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