Travis Scott Provides 50,000 Meals to Houston Residents Affected

Travis Scott Provides 50,000 Meals to Houston Residents Affected

Travis Scott is providing emergency food assistance to those impacted by the Texas winter freeze amid the pandemic. Scott (né Jacques Bermon Webster II), 28, and his Cactus Jack Foundation partnered with Mayor Sylvester Turner to launch a food assistance program that aids Houston residents suffering from the crisis. Food distribution began last week. The Houston native Grammy-nominated rapper and his foundation joined forces with the town of Houston and therefore the Houston Health Foundation to supply approximately 50,000 hot meals to area people members. Winter Storm Uri, officially named the North American Winter Storm, caused widespread heavy snowfall and subzero temperatures across Texas earlier this month. Travis Scott Winter Storm Uri also places community members dealing with COVID-19 or coronavirus-related health conditions at higher risk.

On Feb. 17, it had been announced that the electrical Reliability Council of Texas had directed utilities to revive electricity for quite 600,000 impacted customers. Houston lifted its notice on Sunday, while the town of Austin announced Tuesday that it might lift its restriction on Wednesday morning at 8 a.m. civil time — citing that with 120 million gallons of water in reserves, Austin’s water system had “safely entered into a healthy range.

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