Mark Cuban and Luka Doncic, as well as other members of the Dallas Mavericks organization, have donated $1.25 million to help Dallas residents recover from last week’s storm, the Dallas Morning News reported.

The Preston Hollow neighbors are joined by Mavericks CEO Cynt Marshall, head coach Rick Carlisle, Tim Hardaway Jr., Maxi Kleber and Dwight Powell in giving to the Dallas Mayor’s Disaster Relief Fund and local organizations working to shelter and re-house families, the homeless and low-income Dallasites after the storm.

The Mavs Foundation and Chime, the team’s official jersey partner, are also contributing.

Some of those organizations receiving aid are Our Calling, Austin Street Shelter, the Stewpot, The Family Place, Genesis Women’s Shelter, The Wilkinson Center, Housing Crisis Center, Voice of Hope and 14 YMCA locations.

“I am beyond grateful for our partnership with the Dallas Mavericks and for the generosity of the organization,” Mayor Eric Johnson said in a statement. “Our residents are hurting right now, and this donation will be a tremendous help to those in need as we deal with property damage, displacements, water accessibility and other related issues.”


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