Texans’ JJ Watt Eyes $10M Goal For Harvey Victims

People are answering NFL star J.J. Watt's call for financial assistance for the victims of Tropical Storm Harvey. The Houston Texans defensive end started a fund-raising effort with the goal of 200-thousand dollars on Sunday.

Within 48 hours, more than five-million dollars was raised. That total went beyond six-million yesterday and now he’s got a new goal: $10-million. "It's an unbelievable thing to witness what happens in a time of crisis,” he said via Twitter. “The most difficult times bring out the best in humanity. I think that's what we're seeing right now – humans helping humans. It doesn't matter rich, poor, black, white – it doesn't matter. Everyone is helping everyone. I think that's what is most important in times like this. It's incredible to witness."

Want in? Log on to YouCaring.com/jjwatt that’s where donations are being taken.

Source: J.J. Watt

 
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