Country Stars Urging Us to Help with Tornado Relief Efforts
Country stars are urging all of us to help those in the Nashville area dealing with the devastation of the recent tornado that smashed buildings and sadly took the lives of many. The motto 'I Believe In Nashville' rings truer than ever and and right now, Middle Tennessee needs your help. Believe that your contribution, any contribution helps. Here's how you can donate to relief efforts.
Nashville is and always will be the epicenter of country music. Many of the artists we play on WGNA record their music there, found inspiration there, and make Nashville and its surrounding counties their home.
When the devastating news of Monday nights tornado turned into a national tragedy, the country music community once again showed its tremendous heart and resolve.
Carrie Underwood spoke of the fear in her husband and children when the tornado whipped through her hometown. A very pregnant Maren Morris spoke of fear as the tornado came close to the house she was in at the time. Dierks Bentley, Chris Stapleton, and Chris Young talked about their love and affection for the buildings, the history and most importantly the wonderful people of Nashville affected by this deadly storm. Relief efforts for Middle Tennessee have been set up and many of your favorite stars are urging you to make a donation, even as little as a few bucks.
Grants from the Fund will be made to nonprofits providing vital services both immediate and long term. Their work will help the nonprofits concentrate on delivering vital services while we “connect generosity with need” and our community sets out to rebuild lives.
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