After seeing the destruction caused by Hurricane Harvey and the tens of thousands of people who have been displaced from their homes, Houston Texan’s defensive end J.J. Watt wanted to do something about it.

So, the the four-time Pro Bowler took to social media to help spread the word about his fundraiser to help with the cleanup process as well as help all those that are in need.

“So what I do want to do is, I want to start a fundraiser, because I know that these recovery efforts are going to be massive,” Watt said on Twitter. “I know that there are going to be a whole bunch of people we need to help get back on their feet. I know there’s going to be a lot we need to do to help rebuild.”

Watt’s initial goal was set for $200,000. However, after surpassing his goals that he continued to raise, Watt, one of the best defensive lineman in the NFL, set the bar at $10 million with his latest update on Twitter. It didn’t take long for him to reach that goal either.

In support of his cause, the Pro Bowler donated $100,000 of his own money. Chris Paul, who signed with the Houston Rockets over the summer, donated $50,000. Professional athletes and organizations did not stop there as the Tennessee Titans owner Amy Adams Strunk announced that she would be donating $1 million.

St. Louis Cardinals star Matt Carpenter said he will donate $10,000 for every home run he hits for the rest of the season along with his teammate Adam Wainwright who would match his donation.

As of Tuesday night, at least 30 have people have been confirmed dead in flood-related deaths with the Houston Police Department having rescued nearly 4,000 people from their flooded homes.

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