Billionaires and businesses continue to pledge vast financial sums towards the rebuild of the Notre Dame.
The latest commitment has come from French oil and gas company Total. The company's CEO, Patrick Pouyanné, tweeted it will put €100 million ($113 million) to the reconstruction efforts.
That matches the pledge made by French billionaire François Pinault earlier. The family of Bernard Arnault, the French business magnate who owns luxury goods and fashion house LVMH, has promised to contribute €200 million ($226 million), and tech company Capgemini also said it is contributing €1 million.
The total amount pledged by French businesses and business leaders is so far is €401 million ($453 million). That number doesn't include the €50 million euros ($56 million) put towards the Cathedral by Paris city hall.