J.J. Watt’s fund-raising effort surpasses $5 million, so the bar moves higher

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It started with a goal of $200,000. It moved to $500,000. Then to $1 million. Now, with each objective achieved, it moves even higher.

The effort by Texans defensive end J.J. Watt to raise money to assist with the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts has surpassed $5 million, with the new target now increasing to $6 million.

The bar likely will keep going higher. You can contribute by clicking this link.

This is a great thing Watt is doing for Houston, using his platform to inspire people to give what they can. Hopefully, the goal will keep expanding.

4 responses to “J.J. Watt’s fund-raising effort surpasses $5 million, so the bar moves higher

  1. Now this is what professional athletes should be doing – doing good instead of grandstanding and rubbing one color of skin’s nose in the mess of another’s.

    Kudo, JJ. I’ll contribute when I get paid in a few days!

  2. houletaylor says:
    August 29, 2017 at 6:14 pm
    He should match whatever is raised.

    Hope to read that headline in the next fews days…good cause regardless

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