Texas native Matthew McConaughey announced Sunday’s plans to help those affected by the brutal winter weather in Texas, leaving millions in the midst of freezing temperatures, and leaving dozens dead.

“As most of you know, my home state of Texas was hit with the worst winter storm in the last 70 years. It left a lot of people without power, without water, and a lot of basic necessities. ” McConaughey said on Instagram.

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“And while most of the power is thankfully being restored, the lines of uproar from hospitals to many homes have left many Texans without the bare essentials they need to survive,” he said .

The actor from the “Dallas Buyers Club” said that he, his wife, Camilla, and their foundation, just keep the Livin Foundation, a virtual benefit to directly help rebuilding efforts in the state and to “take care of those people” Working to keep it together. need.”

Matthew McConaghy participates in a Q&A on January 21, 2020, after a special screening of his new film "The Gentlemen" at the Hogg Memorial Auditorium at the University of Texas at Austin, Texas.  (Photo by Gary Miller / Getty Image)

Matthew McConaghy participates in a Q&A on January 21, 2020, after a special screening of his new film “The Gentlemen” at the Hogg Memorial Auditorium at the University of Texas at Austin, Texas. (Photo by Gary Miller / Getty Image)

McConaughey told his followers “to stay” for the update. He Said virtual benefits will be put together over the next “two weeks”.

Meanwhile, McConaughey said he is posting daily on social media to let residents know how to find resources, stay safe, and support others – so Texans can bring “Livin back . “

“Right now is the best time to safely check in on your neighbors,” he said. “Knock the door. Go voluntarily. If you have it, please help if it isn’t. There’s a bunch.”

His Instagram post was captioned: “We Are Texas.”

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This was not the first time McConaughey helped those in his home state. Last April, he and his family hosted a virtual bingo for residents in quarantine at a Texas senior living facility in the early stages of the epidemic.

The Just Live Foundation was founded by Matthew and Camilla McConaghy and is “dedicated to empowering high school students by providing them the tools to lead active lives and make healthier choices for a better future,” according to Website.