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J.J. Watt celebrates Hurricane Harvey survivors' return home

(J.J. Watt, Facebook/Getty)
(J.J. Watt, Facebook/Getty)

HOUSTON – Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt raised $37 million for Hurricane Harvey relief, and on Friday, he showed how one family benefited from those efforts.

Watt shared a touching video on Facebook with this message: “We got to move the Leonard family back into their home today and this moment right here is EVERYTHING! This is what you all did. Thank you!!!”

This moment right here is EVERYTHING!!! This is what you all did. Thank you!!

Posted by JJ Watt on Friday, January 26, 2018

Watt divided a large chunk of the money raised during his epic campaign during and after Hurricane Harvey to four groups.

It’s unclear from Watt’s posts what organizations helped the Leonards return to their home. 

The post has been viewed more than 40,000 times. 
 


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