The loss (expected) after a one-time generation cold snap (which had recently wreaked havoc in Texas) simply did not disappear when temperatures climbed again. This left the state’s infrastructure in shacks, many of which were left without food, electricity or water for weeks. Fortunately, some philanthropic-minded individuals have stepped in to help, among them Travis Scott, whose Cactus Jack Foundation along with Sylvester Turner, the Mayor of Houston, to deliver some 50,000 hot meals to those allegedly as a result of the crisis Participated.
The Scottish native had truckloads of local restaurant food in Houston as well as bottled water supplies, focusing specifically on the 30 highest priority zip codes and residents most in need within them.
The emergency initiative was increasingly organized between Scott’s foundation and various organizations within the city of Houston, so much so that there didn’t seem to be as many press material released in conjunction with the effort. But it represents only the latest of Scott’s philanthropic efforts in his hometown, which recently included a huge toy drive, scholarship program and Cactus Jack’s Garden during the holiday season, which is listed on the Foundation’s official website as “Community Garden Has been described as “the initiative”. Primary school where students will learn agricultural economics and nutrition skills in an effort to combat food insecurity. “
Scott launched the Cactus Jack Foundation in November last year, whose focus was to provide education for young people, according to its website: