Travis Scott participated in a second annual toy drive through his nonprofit organization this year. TMZ reported that Scott’s foundation, Cactus Jack Foundation gifted two thousand Houston children Christmas gifts. In an attempt to assist underprivileged families; the ‘Antidote’ rapper is laying as lowkey as he can. Rightfully doing what he can to ease tensions as much as possible since the Astroworld calamity.
An inside source revealed that the gifts would be dispersed throughout six Houston Housing districts. This year’s drive was also located at the Southside Community Church in Corpus Christi and League City Elementary School in League City. The foundation also reportedly replaced hundreds of toys that were stolen from a local church earlier this month, unfortunately. But Travis didn’t let that stop him from still providing the toys.
Travis Scott Showed Up To Support The Babies
Alongside a sign for the toy drive, the foundation also shared photos of tables full of fun gifts for the kids.
Furthermore, the foundations Instagram post caption read: “Cactus Jack Foundation Second Annual Toy Drive is open now. 1 toy per child, first come first serve.”
The Vision of Cactus Jack Foundation
Partnering with the City of Houston, and The New School’s Parson’s School of Design Scott co-founded the 501-c3 organization last year November 2020 with the objective of providing educational and innovative resources to young adults in the Houston area. Within the organization is the HBCU’s Waymon Webster scholarship, named after Scott’s grandfather [Jacques Berman Webster]; which covers tuition fees during the pandemic for struggling families. Another important fact is that Webster attended HBCU Prairie View A&M University in Texas.