Tropical Depression Harvey, which was, at the time of landfall, a Category 4 hurricane, has caused catastrophic damage along Texas' coastline. Property damage is in the range of $30 billion. And America has stepped up: Since the storm hit, countless numbers of civilians and celebrities have donated food and funds to the aid its victims.
Still, the NFL's J.J. Watt, defensive end for the Houston Texans, stands out.
By Aug. 29, he had set the new goal at $1 million. By Aug. 30, it went up to $6 million. Now he has collected more than $10 million.
Watt's fundraising has garnered a lot of attention, and gratitude, in Texas and across the country. Here are some other celebrities that have pitched in, too:
The Houston Rockets' owner has reportedly donated $10 million.
The talk-show host presented a $1 million check to J.J. Watt's fundraising campaign with help from Wal-Mart, according to USA Today. She also donated $50,000 of her own money to relief efforts.
Adams Strunk, Tennessee Titans owner, Bob McNair, Houston Texans' owner, and Robert Kraft, New England Patriots owner, have reportedly donated $1 million each.
Actress Sandra Bullock donated $1 million, according to People.
The reality-television Kardashian and Jenner families have donated $500,000 to the American Red Cross and Salvation Army as a part of comedian Kevin Hart's donation challenge, according to Kris Jenner's Instagram page. D.J. Khaled and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson have also contributed to that challenge.
The Los Angeles Dodgers' pitcher reportedly donated $130,000.
The Dallas Cowboys' owner reportedly donated $100,000.
Singers Chris Brown and Chris Young reportedly donated $100,000 each.
The Houston Rockets' point guard reportedly donated $75,000.
Fournette, Jacksonville Jaguars' running back, and Mutombo, former NBA center, have reportedly donated $50,000 each.
"Harvey has taken a catastrophic toll on our great city," Watts' fundraising page says, "while leaving many stranded and in need of assistance. We must come together and collectively help rebuild the aspects of our community members' lives that were damaged or lost … We will come out of this stronger than ever. We are Texans."
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