The 110-thousand masks were donated by the luxury vehicle Lincoln.
The PSA is titled "El Corona en la Lona" and the two ask people to protect themselves and others in the fight against COVID-19. They're urging people to stay home, but if it's not possible, wear a mask or bandana to protect family, friends and the community.
McConaughey urged students to be responsible, telling them in part that when someone looks after themselves, they are also looking after one another amid the coronavirus outbreak.
100% of proceeds will go to America's Food Fund, which benefits Feeding America and World Central Kitchen, along with No Kid Hungry and Meals on Wheels.
The couple dropped off some of the masks Friday at the Austin Fire Department.
"It's high time we catch this killer, we've got more livin' to do"
The latest city-county campaign is urging young adults, especially college students to stay home except for essential activities and to maintain a six-foot radius from everyone if needing to go outside.
Matthew McConaughey has a strong message for his followers.
The PSA encourages Texans across the state to practice social distancing by staying home in order to reduce the spread of CVOID-19.
McConaughey is a 'Minister of Culture' for the new team.
There were hundreds of people at the site of the new center Tuesday evening to celebrate this new state of the art arena that will be here in a few years.
"Look up #thankyouforyourservice," he captioned the picture.
Several volunteers with Wild Turkey and actor Matthew McConaughey are helping to give back to the firefighters who have been battling the raging wildfires in Southern California.
Academy Award-winning actor Matthew McConaughey will make the “Play Ball” call before Game 7 of the World Series.
Surprise, surprise surprise...(that’s supposed to be read like ‘alright, alright, alright’...FYI) -- Mr. Matthew McConaughey is joining the "club."
It wasn't your typical groundbreaking fanfare: usually there are shovels and finger-foods involved in these events...that stuff was present, sure, but at Austin FC's Major League Soccer stadium groundbreaking on Monday morning, there was also rock concert-style pyrotechnics...and Mr. Matthew McConaughey, one of Austin FC's new owners.