Miami Heat owner Micky Arison is the latest sports figure to donate money in support of the Australian wildfire relief effort.
The team announced Thursday that the Mickey and Madeleine Arison Family Foundation pledged $1 million for "the most timely and urgent relief needs throughout the country."
Carnival Corporation, another business founded by Arison, also pledged $250,000 to the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund.
Arison joins a growing list of people in sports doing their part to help out in Australia. LaMelo Ball, who has been playing professional basketball in the country since October, said he will donate one month of his National Basketball League salary to victims of the wildfires.
Tennis star Nick Kyrgios, who was born in Australia, tweeted he will donate $200 to the recovery efforts for every ace he hits in tournaments this summer.
Fires have been raging in Australia since the summer, with CNN's Jesse Yeung noting a total of 27 people have been killed, more than one-half billion animals have been affected, 1,588 homes have been destroyed and 17.9 million acres of land have been burned across the country.