Martina McBride Mobilizes for Tornado and Coronavirus Relief

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There’s a reason that Tennessee is called “The Volunteer State.” When neighbors are in need, Tennesseans answer the call. Martina McBride and her Team Music is Love organization are going the extra mile to help their Nashville and Davidson County neighbors.

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In an effort to assist those who suffered a devastating loss in the recent tornado outbreak, as well as those dealing with the fallout of the novel coronavirus pandemic, Martina and Team Music is Love have provided trailer loads of food to neighbors in the rebuilding are recovery process.

In addition, they have launched a campaign to provide meals to children who would have formerly received them through school programs that are now shut down, as well as music and special event workers who have been affected by the steady stream of cancellations and postponements of concerts and tours.

Martina mcbride helps coronavirus sufferers and tornado victims
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Martina shared a message on her socials explaining, “As the world around us adapts to the reality of helping stop the spread of COVID-19, schools are closing and concerts and special events are being cancelled or postponed. Food banks in Nashville are working to get extra food to children without lunches now that their schools are closed. Music and special event workers are being financially impacted. In addition to supporting ongoing tornado recovery, One Gen Away is doing pop up mobile pantries directly in neighborhoods to help children and displaced workers get through this in Tennessee. We can help stock truckloads of food for children and event workforce being affected. Please give whatever you can and spread the word. All donations are tax deductible.”

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If you would like to help Martina and Team Music is Love provide One Gen Away with the funds needed to support those in need, a Go Fund Me page has been set up to accept donations.

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As the world around us adapts to the reality of helping stop the spread of COVID-19, schools are closing and concerts and special events are being cancelled or postponed. Food banks in Nashville are working to get extra food to children without lunches now that their schools are closed. Music and special event workers are being financially impacted. In addition to supporting ongoing tornado recovery, One Gen Away is doing pop up mobile pantries directly in neighborhoods to help children and displaced workers get through this in Tennessee. We can help stock truckloads of food for children and event workforce being affected . Please give whatever you can and spread the word. All donations are tax deductible. Link in bio. @one.gen.away @teammusicislove

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