Country artists are already stepping up to help those affected by the tornadoes that hit Nashville earlier this week.
Chris Young has donated $50,000 to relief efforts. Cole Swindell donated all proceeds from his merchandise sales at a show this week.
Taylor Swift donated a million dollars to the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund.
Miranda Lambert’s MuttNation is supporting the efforts of Nashville Metro Animal Care to help animals impacted by the devastation.
Dan and Shay have donated $100,000.
And now Mitchell Tenpenny and some other artists are raising money with a show. Mitchell Tenpenny & Friends will take place at Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row bar on Lower Broadway next week. Tickets are already sold out with proceeds going to organizations affiliated with Hands on Nashville.
After the deadly tornadoes that hit Nashville and other parts of Tennessee this week, Airbnb is ready to help. The company has announced its Open Homes program is now available to those affected by the storm that left miles of destruction.
Airbnb’s program will offer free, temporary housing in Tennessee to those who need it. The company’s website explains,
“This includes relief workers, neighbors who’ve had to evacuate and others impacted by the event.”
Many have posted on social media about their heartbreak and prayers for Nashville. We all feel it. We all want to help in some way. Look below for a small recap of what has been posted. One thing is for sure, Nashville and its community will stand strong. They will rebuild and we'll help them do it. There is no better community than this family we call country music.
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