Travis Scott has been teaching his daughter Stormi Webster about helping others durting the holidays as they gave out food and toys to children in his hometown for Christmas.
The rapper, 28, took his and Kylie Jenner’s two-year-old daughter with him to Sunnyside Park in Houston, Texas, where he grew up, to make sure kids from his old neighbourhood had gifts and food for the holidays.
Travis’s Cactus Jack Foundation organised the toy drive where they gave away 2000 toys to 1000 elementary school children as well as food, blankets, PPE and Christmas trees to make the season special for those who would otherwise be going without this year.
Kylie shared a snap of Stormi wearing a khaki jumpsuit and mask with a whisker design on it as she helped out at the event.
The proud reality star captioned it: ‘Big girl supporting her daddy @ his Xmas food and toy drive’.
To ensure the event was Covid-safe, families were able to drive through to collect their items, with food from local restaurant Turkey Leg Hut on offer as well as Hot Wheels toys among the gifts given to the children.
The Cactus Jack foundation shared a photo of some of the children who had dropped by, who had been given Cactus Jack masks and aprons as well as Santa hats, as they wrote: ‘Happy holidays from the Cactus Jack Foundation!’
Houston’s mayor Sylvester Turner and some of the city’s councillors were also on hand to support the event, which was to benefit their community.
Travis announced the launch of the Cactus Jack Foundation in November, to provide educational and creative resources to young adults in his hometown.
As well as community events like this one, Travis is also providing a scholarship programme, saying: ‘My grandfather wanted me to take it all the way through college, I feel there is a power in education so to be able to give someone the opportunity to fulfill that dream as my papa thought for me is amazing.’
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