Actress Sandra Bullock is donating $1 million to the American Red Cross to aid relief efforts following Hurricane Harvey's unprecedented devastation along the Gulf coast. 

Bullock has long worked with the Red Cross and owns a home in Austin, Texas. She told Time Inc. (TIME) owned People magazine that the storm could offer a means for the U.S. to come together regardless of current political divides. "There are no politics in eight feet of water," Bullock said. "There are human beings in eight feet of water."

Bullock joins the long list of stars showing support for Harvey victims. Many of Hollywood's elite took to Facebook-owned (FB) Instagram or Twitter (TWTR) to pledge funds and encourage fans to do the same. 

The Kardashian clan is donating to help "heartbreaking" devastation. 

Houston we are praying for you! My mom, sisters & I will be donating $500,000 to @redcross and @salvationarmyus today #HoustonStrong

— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) August 29, 2017

Kevin Hart created his own site to raise funds and called out a litany of popular rappers and athletes to "impact this issue through social media."

Country singer Chris Young created a GoFundMe and sent $100,000.

Texas has been hit hard by Hurricane Harvey. I'm donating $100,000 to relief efforts and hope you will join me.

— ChrisYoungMusic (@ChrisYoungMusic) August 27, 2017

Country group Lady Antebellum donated all proceeds from merchandise sales at a Dallas concert to Harvey relief.

Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by #HurricaneHarvey.

— Lady Antebellum (@ladyantebellum) August 28, 2017

Actress Jenna Fischer showed followers how they can donate directly from their phones.

Text HARVEY to 90999 to help in TX--$10 goes straight to Red Cross. It might take a bit to get a response.

— Jenna Fischer (@jennafischer) August 28, 2017

Houston Texans defensive end JJ Watt has raised a whopping $5.1 million on a YouCaring site.


New Goal: $6 Million

— JJ Watt (@JJWatt) August 30, 2017

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