The Kardashian and Jenner family vowed to give $500,000 to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts in Texas in the wake of being called upon by some different renowned countenances to financial aide in the midst of the cataclysmic flooding.
Due in part to Hart, different big names started to share their help openly.
“My sisters, mother and I acknowledge your test Kev! We will be giving $500 thousand to @redcross and @salvationarmyus today #HoustonStrong,” Khloé Kardashian tweeted early Tuesday, following actor and comedian Kevin Hart’s Monday test to promise.
“Houston we are appealing to God for you!!” she included.
With a typhoon proceeding to demolish residents of Houston, Texas, the 38-year-old entertainer and comedian propelled the Hurricane Harvey Relief Challenge Monday to help alleviation endeavors in the range. He gave $25,000 and asked Beyoncé, Dave Chappelle, Jay-Z, Dwayne Johnson, Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld and Justin Timberlake to coordinate his donation. “Keep your head up Houston and keep your confidence,” Hart composed Tuesday. p your head up Houston and keep your faith,” Hart wrote Tuesday. “I love you all and my prayers are with you!”
Proceeds will profit the American Red Cross, he added.
Johnson told his 92.9 Instagram followers. “We survived the eye of Andrew and became stronger—so will you. All my love and strength.” Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez pledged $25,000 each Tuesday, and the pop star asked her followers to donate “whatever you can afford. Do as much as you can. We’re gonna do as much as we can through this whole process.”
“At the end of the day, we’re all one. We’re all in this together,” Lopez told her followers. “We have to pull together when others are in need in this country and everywhere in this world.”
In 18 hours, Hart’s CrowdRise page has received $291,274 in donations from 2,154 people.
Kim Kardashian West also posted about the pledge, while matriarch Kris Jenner noted, “@KevinHart4real My daughters and I accept your challenge. We will be donating $500,000 to @redcross & @salvationarmyus today #houstonstrong.”
Hart – who made a donation himself to the Harvey relief – wrote Monday on Instagram that he is imploring “simply anybody right now who’s in a powerful position who can impact this issue through social media. Let’s really try to save some lives.”
In her own social media post, Real Ho