Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC) of Greater Houston/Galveston is excited to announce a raffle to win Travis Scott action figure #2 as seen in the Travis Scott Meal commercial from McDonald’s. Only 15 of the Travis Scott action figures were made in 2020. Raffle tickets can be purchased for $20 each through 11:59 pm March 2, 2021. Drawing will be held and winner announced on March 4, 2021. The contest is open to any resident of the Greater Houston area aged 18 or older. To buy a ticket, use the QR code at the bottom of this press release or visit rmhcghg.org/cactus-jack.

Proceeds from the raffle benefit RMHC of Greater Houston/ Galveston and the children we serve. As the pandemic continues and the economic impact worsens, the number of uninsured children in our area increases. We bring healthcare within reach for these children every day. Our Ronald McDonald Care Mobile® provides free healthcare services to uninsured or underinsured pediatric patients, including immunizations, well-child and urgent care visits, vision and hearing screenings, and mental health, social service, and specialty care referrals. Tanya Gee, Executive Director of RMHC® of Greater Houston/Galveston, explains our impact, “Working in partnership with community health care leaders, the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile® bridges gaps between underserved children and local community agencies. It travels to locations that are lacking in pediatric resources or underutilizing existing ones.” Other programs include Ronald McDonald C.H.E.E.R! Rooms where underserved children in Katy, Conroe, Pasadena, and Pearland can “play with a purpose” learning phonics, health, safety, nutrition and more while their mothers attend UTMB clinics, and our Ronald McDonald Hospitality a la Cart Program at Memorial Hermann Northeast and Baptist Hospital of Beaumont providing critical respite care to families of children in the neonatal intensive care unit.

The Travis Scott figurine was generously donated by McDonald’s and Travis Scott to be able to make an impact in the lives of children in the Greater Metro areas of Houston, Galveston and Beaumont. Raffle proceeds support the programs of RMHC of Greater Houston/Galveston