Matthew McConaghey and his wife, Camila Alves, starred at the 11th Annual Mack, Jack & McConaughey Gala Thursday in Austin, Texas.
The Oscar winner, 53, who has hinted that he and fellow actor and Texas Woody Harrelson, 61, could be half-brothers, looked handsome in a baby blue linen suit with a white button-up shirt and brown shoes.
Camila, 41, was gorgeous in a pastel yellow halter dress with a light green belt and a cape that seemed to loop the hem of the dress down to her shoulders, creating a tulip-like effect.
The Brazilian-born beauty stepped out in a pair of strappy sandals. One of them had an accessory with tropical flowers clipped on it. The model’s raven black locks were styled in loose waves and she completed the look with natural-looking makeup and gold hoop earrings.
This comes after he confirmed he will star in a new Yellowstone spin-off. According to Chris McCarthy, head of Paramount Media Networks, the McConaughey-led expansion will continue whether or not Yellowstone star Kevin Costner returns to the main series.
Dazzling: Matthew McConaghey, 53, and his wife, Camila Alves, 41, dazzled at the 11th Annual Mack, Jack & McConaughey Gala Thursday in Austin, TX. Camila, 41, was gorgeous in a pastel yellow tulip-inspired halter dress with a pale green belt
The couple was joined in the festivities by the event’s co-founders.
Country music star Jack Ingram, 52, looked smart in a black suit and black button-up shirt.
The artist Measure of a Man added a little contrast in the shape on a white pocket square.
The third co-founder, former University of Texas football coach Mack Brown, 61, was in great shape wearing a dark blue sport coat with a sky blue button-up shirt, black slacks and sneakers.
His wife, Sally, showed off her style in a matching brown top and pants with an orange, white and purple design. Her long blonde hair was styled straight and she completed the look with a brown Panama hat.
Speak against Fox 7 in Austin, Matthew explained the importance of the annual meeting.
“This is the one thing Camila and I have on our calendar that is non-negotiable.”
The charity was founded with a mission to benefit non-profit organizations that benefit the health, well-being and education of children primarily in and around the city of Austin.
Founders: Matthew and Camila were joined by MM&J co-founders Mack Brown, 61, his wife Sally, and country music star Jack Ingram, 52, for the annual event. The charity has donated more than $30 million since its inception
Non-negotiable: Explaining the importance of the MM&J event, the Oscar winner said it was “the one thing Camila and I have on our calendar that is non-negotiable”
Dream come true: Former Texas Longhorns coach Mack Brown said seeing the way their work has helped kids in a “dream come true.” Country crooner Jack Ingram explained that it’s important for us to give children a helping hand, all three’
The Serenity actor explained how some of the money raised has helped a local school in his hometown.
“Yesterday Camila and I went to one of the high schools we work with here. And then we go over there and ask the kids, “What’s one of your favorite things in class?” and they tell us, “Oh, I finally have a safe place to go after school.”
“We’re like, ‘Oh, we didn’t even think about that.’ So simple things these kids get that’s helping them make choices that… can keep them from getting into trouble before they have to heal it later in life. That’s what excites me about it.”
When it comes to helping others, the Dallas Buyer’s Club star said opportunities were everywhere.
“When we help people, we all have job security forever, and then some.”
Safe Space: Matthew shared that he and Camila attended a school that received donations from MM&J. They asked the children, ‘What is one of your favorite things in class? and they tell us, “Oh, I finally have a safe place to go after school”‘
MJ&M has donated approximately $30 million since its inception. For former Longhorns coach Mack Brown, the result of their work is “a dream come true.”
“And now it’s a reality and to see you improving children’s lives, changing children’s lives and saving children’s lives is really empowering.”
Academy of Country Music award winner Jack Ingram said for him, It’s all about the kids.
“The compassion we have for children who were not born so fortunate and who are not in the situation we find ourselves in… for us to be able to give back and give them a helping hand is important to all of us. three of us.’
The Am I Right of Amarillo artist said he hopes others will take the opportunity to pay it forward. “If someone cares about you, give.”
Success Stories: During the evening, recipients who had benefited from the group’s good works shared their stories, with Matthew as MC
Opportunities: When it comes to helping others, the Dallas Buyer’s Club star said opportunities were everywhere. ‘When we help people, we all have job security forever, and then some’
During the evening, recipients who had benefited from the group’s good works shared their stories, with Matthew acting as MC.
Gala guests were then treated to a concert by country music superstar Garth Brooks.
The fun would continue on Friday.
A full program was planned, including a golf tournament and a fashion show featuring Simkhai’s designs.
The day will conclude with a Jack and Friends concert featuring guests such as Lee Ann Womack, Jessi Alexander, Rhett Akins and many others.