Dak Prescott, Matthew McConaughey donate to Dallas warming center

The Dallas Cowboys quarterback and Texas actor donated OurCalling to help people at a downtown Dallas thermal center.

DALLAS – Dak Prescott and Matthew McConaughey in Texan fashion help fellow Texans as their plight continues after this week’s historic winter weather.

The Dallas Cowboys quarterback and Texas actor donated OurCalling to help people at a downtown Dallas thermal center. The non-profit association tweeted on Thursday.

The Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center opened as a warming center earlier this week as temperatures in northern Texas were dangerously low and some areas reached zero or even negative degrees.

The downtown location has helped 1,000 homeless people. OurCalling takes care of the reception and operation around the clock in the convention center.

“We are grateful and encouraged that @McConaughey and @dak are sending support to buy meals for individuals and families.”

Opening an emergency shelter for nearly 1,000 homeless people in Dallas at the Convention Center was our most difficult task. However, we are grateful and encouraged that @McConaughey and @dak are sending out assistance in purchasing meals for individuals and families.

– OurCalling (@ourcalling) February 18, 2021

Volunteers are required at the Convention Center’s warming station: Register here.

OurCalling does not require blankets / clothing / pillows / etc. You can sign up here to volunteer and donate online to support their efforts here: https://bit.ly/oc-cold.

The WFAA maintains a telephone bank to raise funds for the Austin Street Center, which serves Dallas’s most vulnerable homeless population, men over 45 and women of all ages. OurCalling works with the Austin Street Center.

To make a donation to Austin Street Center to help our neighbors become homeless during this incredibly difficult time, please make a donation today at www.wfaa.com/donate.

Are you looking for more ways to help? These community organizations need support.

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