Celebrities donate to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

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I'm challenging a lot of my celebrity friends to donate $25,000 to Hurricane Harvey, to Red Cross.

Many celebrities have made donations, including Johnson, the Kardashian family, Sandra Bullock, Oprah Winfrey and more.

Initially, he donated $25,000 to the funds and later added $25,000 more, urging his fellows from the art world to do the same.

In response, pop star Jennifer Lopez and her boyfriend, baseball legend Alex Rodriguez, in a joint Instagram post said that they were each donating $25,000.

Beyoncé, a Houston native, shared a message of sympathy on Instagram late Sunday evening for those affected before releasing a statement to the Houston Chronicle late Monday that beyGOOD, her charity organization, was investigating how best to help in tandem with St. John's church in downtown Houston.

When it comes to the devastation surrounding Hurricane Harvey, there isn't anything amusing about it.

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"At this point, it's a serious matter".

"I'm anxious about the people there - my friends, family and neighbors - and I want to help", Young, who owns a home in Houston, wrote in an Instagram post.

Master P has apparently made a significant financial contribution to relief efforts and he doesn't feel other stars should feel obligated to publicize their charitable deeds or how much money they donate. "A lot of people are going to do what they want to do-it's their money", said the No Limit head honcho in the video clip here, suggesting strong-arming people into donating money isn't really the way.

Houston native and pop megastar Beyoncé released a statement to the Houston Chronicle: "My heart goes out to my hometown, Houston, and I remain in constant prayer for those affected and for the rescuers who have been so courageous".

Target will donate $US500,000 to aid in recovery efforts to organisations including Red Cross, the Salvation Army and Team Rubicon.

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