A year ago, Houston Texans star JJ Watt released a set of incredible numbers detailing what his $41.6 million Hurricane Harvey fundraiser has accomplished.
More than 600 homes repaired, more than 400 childcare centers rebuilt, physical and mental health services for thousands and 26 million meals distributed. Clearly, the Pro Bowler had spearheaded a massive amount of good for the Houston area and beyond.
As it turns out, Watt’s foundation was only getting started.
Year 2 of JJ Watt’s Hurricane Harvey relief
Watt tweeted a set of graphics Thursday documenting what his numbers have grown to, and they are simply astonishing:
More than 1,000 homes cleaned up, repaired and rebuilt
More than 970 childcare centers and after-school programs recovered
Physical and mental health services for more than 8,900 individuals
More than 337,000 prescriptions for low-income and uninsured patients
More than 239 million meals distributed to those affected
All of that comes in conjunction with a large number of non-profit programs, including Habitat for Humanity and Feeding America.
Hurricane Harvey Relief:— JJ Watt (@JJWatt) August 29, 2019
Two Year Update. pic.twitter.com/7UgjPfu6fy
That last stat might be the most amazing, considering the other numbers just roughly doubled over the past year. Meanwhile, the food distributed increased more than nine-fold.
Watt was named the winner of the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award, Sports Illustrated’s Sportsperson of the Year and a member of the Time 100 directly following the fundraiser, and that might still sell his impact short.
Unlike last year, Watt didn’t release his goals for the next year. It’s still probably safe to say that he has already done his part.
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