Images via Magnolia, Instagram/joannagaines

'Fixer Upper' Stars Donating Proceeds From 'Texas Forever' Shirt to Harvey Victims

"Fixer Upper" stars Chip and JoAnna Gaines are restoring more than homes today. The Waco, Texas power couple are restoring faith in humanity by donating all the proceeds from their Texas Forever t-shirts to Hurricane Harvey victims.

From now through the month of September, the Gaines' will be donating 100% of the money from the sales of the t-shirt to hurricane victims.

"Texas - we will always have your back," the pair stated in a post to the Magnolia Market Instagram account. "This undertaking is not too big for us if we are all in. Let's help restore these towns together." the post said.

The Texas Forever t-shirts are $26 and have apparently already sold out of the first round of stock. However, there is a restock notice on the website and the Gaines' are determined to fill all the orders.

Country Living reported the Gaines said in a statement, "It's just a start. Every dollar and every endeavor provide real and needed help to the victims of this disaster."

This isn't the first time Chip and JoAnna have helped those in need. They also built a handicapped accessible home for Waco firefighter Garth Goodwin after he was paralyzed working on the "Fixer Upper" set.

The Gaines family rose to prominence following their successful HGTV show, Fixer Upper. They live in Waco, Texas where they operate the successful home decor store, Magnolia Market.

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