Anna Ucheomumu high-fives Texans defensive end J.J. Watt after loading a car with relief supplies for people impacted by Hurricane Harvey on Sunday in Houston. Watt's Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund has raised more than $20 million to date to help those affected by the storm.
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Texans’ J.J. Watt’s Houston recovery fund surpasses $20 million

Houston Texans’ J.J. Watt announced on Twitter Tuesday this his recovery fund surpassed $20 million. 

Watt started the YouCaring page to raise money for those affected by Hurricane Harvey. The original goal was just $200,000 but Watt raised over $5 million in just three days. He continued to raise the goal and posted short videos on Twitter to thank those who have donated. 

On Sunday, Watt shared photos of volunteers along with the defensive end packing trucks with supplies to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey. 

To contribute to Watt’s YouCaring page, visit YouCaring.com/JJWatt.

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