Titans owner adds $1 million donation to J.J. Watt's Harvey relief fundraising campaign

Goal increased to $4 million

The owner of the Tennessee Titans Amy Adams Strunk made a whopping $1 million donation to Houston Texans linebacker J.J. Watt’s social media fundraising campaign for relief efforts in Texas after Harvey.

The team announced the donation on Twitter, and Watt, the former Wisconsin Badger, responded, “This is truly unbelievable. There are no words. Thank you for your generosity.”

The donation brings the total to raised thus far to $3.25 million, and Watt increased his goal to $4 million.

The entire campaign started with a $100,000 donation from the linebacker on Monday, and he asked his fans to match it. They did in two hours.

He then increased it to $500,000, reached that in 24 hours. Then $1 million, then $1.5 million, then $2 million, and he’s met those each time as well.

The J.J. Watt Foundation is also asking for food and supplies donations to fill trucks headed for Houston this weekend

Find out more information about how to donate here.

 

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