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Ellen DeGeneres Announces Donations to Help Victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas

Ellen DeGeneres Announces Donations to Help Victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas

Hurricane Harvey has devastated so many people’s lives in the state of Texas as it made landfall over the weekend, and Ellen DeGeneres is lending her support.

The 59-year-old talk show host announced that she will be personally donating $25,000 to the Red Cross and the SPCA of Texas. Ellen‘s show is also donating $25,000 to the Red Cross to help the efforts after the devastating hurricane.

By texting the word “Harvey” to 90999, you can donate ten dollars to the relief efforts.

Watch Ellen‘s video announcement below…

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  • Mike Gallett

    Well… Better than nothing, but she kinda makes that per episode. She probably makes even more….

  • SquidBillie

    She’s from New Orleans, which was helped ALOT by the people of Houston. $25,000 is nothing, she’s worth millions.

  • Basil Faulty

    $25k for her is like how much she makes in 1 minute. What a disgrace

  • oscue

    I agree with these mizzly $25K (also from Kevin Hart) when they are worth millions, Chris Brown who is nationally hated just donated $100K, just goes to show you

  • jupidmo

    How much have each of you donated? Don’t criticize these people. They are helping and that is all that matters!

  • oscue

    how much have you? Its not about that, its that these celebrities worth millions are jumping on the band wagon of donating as little as possible when you have others in their same bracket donating millions