Jason Witten auctioning off suite to benefit Houston Women's Center

Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten is latest in NFL stars stepping up to help victims of Hurricane Harvey. Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Many athletes have been doing their part to help raise money for Houston as the city has been ravaged by Hurricane Harvey. Jason Witten can be added to the list.

The Dallas Cowboys tight end tweeted Tuesday that he is auctioning off his suite for Thursday’s preseason game against the Texans. The proceeds will go to the Houston Area Women’s Center.

Here’s a summary of the item for auction:

Bid to win 12 seats for Thursday night’s game in Jason Witten’s Personal Hall of Fame Suite 217A at the AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas. This package also includes 3 parking passes for the game and a authentic personalized Jason Witten Dallas Cowboys jersey.

Proceeds will benefit Jason Witten’s SCORE Foundation’s support of the Houston Area Women’s Center.

The Cowboys have been doing their part to assist the Texans, allowing them to use their facilities this week. Witten is also doing what he can to help out.

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