Florida Georgia Line has teamed with their home church, Cross Point Church, in its Dollar Club initiative. The duo encourages fans and friends to give one dollar to the Dollar Club, which partners with various organizations to help those in Nashville who are in need.
Founded in January 2014, Cross Point Church’s Dollar Club gives 100 percent of monies raised directly to people in need. For more, visit dollarclub.tv or facebook.com/floridageorgialine.
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Craig Morgan has teamed with MoonPie to ship more than 35,000 MoonPies to USO centers across the country this week as a thank you treat for U.S. troops who are heading home for the holidays. Morgan was tapped to assist with a six-month social media campaign that invited MoonPie and Morgan fans to donate a free MoonPie to the troops. Morgan was featured on 250,000 MoonPie retail cartons this summer and fall, and has actively promoted the campaign at concerts and online.
“Chattanooga Bakery has demonstrated its ongoing support for our troops since WWII,” said Tory Johnston, VP of Marketing at MoonPie. “Partnering with Craig Morgan and the USO was really perfect for this thank you campaign for our servicemen and women.”
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Scotty McCreery‘s recent fundraising concert at the Toyota Oakdale in Wallingford, Conn. raised $60,000 for the 12.14 Foundation. The organization’s long-term goal is to build a special center to house multi-disciplinary educational programs focused on helping children, including a performing arts center, which will be based in Newtown, Conn., but its doors will be open to benefit people nationwide.
The center will honor those lost during the school shooting in Newtown, Conn., on Dec. 14, 2012, while providing a venue that supports many forms of healing.
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