Matthew McConaughey personally delivered 110,000 masks to rural Texas hospitals

In a move only Matthew McConaughey could have pulled off, the Oscar-winning actor just delivered 110,000 face masks to rural hospitals around Texas and we think that’s pretty alright alright alright.

In collaboration with the car company Lincoln, who McConaughey is a spokesperson for, the actor and his wife Camila Alves delivered the masks to local hospitals.


Matthew McConaughey, always the good guy, has just made a much-needed delivery of over 100,000 masks to rural hospitals around Texas.

In a post to his Facebook page, McConaughey shared a picture of him and a truck full of masks, which had been donated by Lincoln. “Me and Camila Alves hitting the road to get em to rural hospitals in need across Texas,” the post read.

Currently, many rural hospitals across the US are facing a crisis due to financial difficulty and lack of resources.

Last month, the True Detective actor helped Texas seniors with a virtual Bingo evening. The prize for the first person to say Bingo was the chance to ask the actor a question.

As a 50th birthday present to the rest of the world, McConaughey also recently joined Instagram. He explained the decision:

“I’m looking forward to sharing who I am with you, to seeing if who I am translates, if what I want to share translates. If it tickles your funny bone, if it makes you think a second, if it makes your heart swell up a little bit, if it makes you take a quiet moment and go for a walk.”

His new film, Guy Ritchie’s The Gentlemen, is currently streaming now.