Clint Black gives more than $300,000 as Houston continues to recover from Hurricane Harvey

ABC/Image Group LA It’s been more than a year since Houston was hard-hit by Hurricane Harvey, but the recovery continues. This past week, Clint Black gave nearly $330,000 to Katy Christian Ministries to help with the effort.

The non-profit serves the Katy/West Houston community, where Clint grew up. The money was raised during Helping Texans: A Hurricane Harvey Benefit last November in Fort Worth.

Fellow Texans Don Henley and Lyle Lovett played the show as well. In all, the night generated $1.4 million, with all of it going to charities related to Hurricane Harvey.

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