Heres the most recent tweet from JJWATT... he said its over 4 mill, but its actually over 5  now and closing in on 6 MILLION FOR  HOUSTON

see below for $25 COWBOY /TEXAN tickets for Thursday night

With a Youcaring account, a video and a pledge of $100,000 of his own money, the Texans’ star defensive end started something that is making him the face of relief efforts in Houston. By late morning Tuesday, his effort  had topped $1.5 million. So he raised it to $2 million, and then $3 million, $4 million, $5 million as each goal was surpassed.

He now has set his sights on $6 million, according to Youcaring, as donations large and small keep rolling in. At the rate his campaign is reaching each new goal, don’t be surprised if the total he’s aiming for rises again. As Watt put it in one of his quick-hit video updates: “Who knows where we can take this?”

Watt’s fund raising efforts received a huge boost Tuesday afternoon, when Tennessee Titans owner Amy Adams Strunk donated $1 million, which pushed the fund past $3.25 million, according to Watt. He raised more than $750,000 more in a matter of hours to top $4 million and, by dawn Wednesday, he was closing in on $5.1 million from nearly 51,000 donors.

 COWBOYS TEXANS final 2017 preseason game at AT&T Stadium in Arlington on Thursday night,  the game was originally scheduled to take place in Houston but was moved to Arlington due to Hurricane Harvey.

All tickets to the game — in any section — will be $25, and game proceeds, including contributions from both clubs and the players, will be donated to the United Way of Greater Houston Relief Fund that supports the efforts of the American Red Cross and The Salvation Army for Harvey relief and recovery.


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The American Red Cross is accepting donations for disaster response.Red Cross - 1-800-RED CROSS (733-2767) - Text HARVEY to 90999 to make a $10 donation - RedCross.orgThe Salvation Army is also accepting financial donations. Salvation Army 1-800-SAL-ARMY (725-2769) HelpSalvArmy.org

DONATE BLOODCarter BloodCare will send blood donations to its partners affected by Hurricane Harvey. 1-877-571-1000. Text DONATE4LIFE to 444-999

HELP PETSSPCA of Texas is expecting 300 cats and dogs to come to North Texas. The agendy is asking for donations of cat litter, litter boxes, towels, blankets, treats, toys and newspaper. Donations can be dropped off at the following two locations: SPCA of Texas Jan Rees-Jones Animal Care Center at 2400 Lone Star Drive in Dallas and the SPCA of Texas at 8411 Stacy Road in McKinney. Monetary donations can be made online at SPCA.org/gift


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