The very charitable JJ Watt is at it again, this time donating money to the family of a firefighter who died in a blaze that hit very close to home...for both of them.
This GUY. After all of the help during Hurricane Harvey relief, this is one more reason to love JJ Watt.
Leave it to Texas to think of really creative new ways to get us up off the couch and into a race for charity. One Hill Country town is getting attention for it's .5k race, and that point before the 5 is no accident. At about a third of a mile, just about anyone can conquer this thing!
In the wake of any tragic event, it seems pretty instinctive for people to say they're sending "thoughts and prayers" to victims. But as some of the survivors of the recent Florida school shooting eluded to, that's not cuttin' it anymore. It's time to do more.
Imagine going out for lunch and when the bill comes, you decide what to pay. A restaurant that works on the honor system and allows you to pay what you can, has popped up in Fort Worth. Could East Texas be next?
So far those spending time behind bars have donated $50,000 to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. Did you even know inmates in Texas could donate money to charity? They're doing it, and kicking most of our butts in the process. Wow.