Travis Scott’s Cactus Jack Foundation has re-teamed with the City of Houston, as well as the Houston Health Foundation, to launch an emergency food program that provides 50,000 hot meals to the citizens of Houston, who were impacted by last week’s Texas winter freeze.

The Black Service Chamber will identify vulnerable groups in need of assistance. Eligible citizens need to live in one of the City of Houston’s designated high-priority ZIP codes (find the full list below) and identify as senior citizens, high-risk and/or homebound adults, people with disabilities, families with children under the age of 18, low-income workers, or unemployed.

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner’s Health Equity Response (H.E.R.) Task Force identified these 30 ZIP codes in Spring 2020 based on CDC social vulnerability data: 77003, 77004, 77009, 77011, 77012, 77016, 77020, 77021, 77022, 77026, 77028, 77029, 77033, 77036, 77040, 77045, 77051, 77053, 77060, 77071, 77072, 77074, 77076, 77078, 77081, 77087, 77088, 77091, 77093, and 77099.

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