It's been nearly one week since Hurricane Harvey made landfall on the southeast Texas Gulf region, causing devastation to the entire area.
Athletes and celebrities have been using their platforms to raise funds for those being affected and NFL teams aren't forgetting to do their part either.
On Thursday, the Baltimore Ravens announced they would be donating $1 million to Houston relief efforts.
In a post on Twitter, the team said the gift would be given to the United Way of Greater Houston with funds being distributed to the United Way Relief Fund for Hurricane Harvey, the Salvation Army and the American Red Cross.
Other NFL teams are joining in on the action as well.
The Cincinnati Bengals announced they will be donating net proceeds from tickets sold for their Sept. 14 game against the Houston Texans to the Red Cross.
The Houston Texans, Detroit Lions, New England Patriots and New York Jets are among several teams who are also donating between $1 and $2 million.
The Dallas Cowboys raised $2.3 million during a Salvation Army telethon on Thursday where team owner Jerry Jones donated another $1 million.
More notably, Houston Texans defensive end JJ Watt has raised $14 million alone.
If you'd like to donate, visit www.redcross.org.