Travis Scott is in the holiday spirit. The rapper decided to give back to his community as he pulls off a massive toy drive in his hometown.

Scott and his foundation Cactus Jack Foundation, are working day and night to ensure this holiday season every kid in Houston goes home happy. The group planned a massive toy drive for more than 2000 kids.

According to TMZ, the gifts will be distributed across 6 Houston Housing Authority complexes throughout the city before Christmas Day. The outlet has obtained pictures of presents and toys the group plans to hand out. The list includes plenty of dolls, golf sets and even keyboards for aspiring musicians.

The distribution centers were packed with families throughout this week. One could deduce from the pictures the gifts were well appreciated by the kids. Travis is certainly understands giving spirit of the holiday.

This recent donation drive comes after Travis’ efforts to make sure tragedies like his Astroworld Festival never happens. TMZ first broke the story of Travis spearheading an initiative in partnership with the government and music leaders to create a safety plan for cities to safely hold large events in the future.

Following the deaths of 10 people at his concert, Travis expressed his responsibility to fix things. Scott and Live Nation have been hit with billions in litigation in the form of wrongful death and negligence lawsuit.

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