Florida Georgia Line Partner With Church for Holiday Charity Drive
Florida Georgia Line are helping their fans give back to the community this Christmas season.
The country duo have partnered with their home church, Cross Point Church in Nashville, for a charity initiative called the Dollar Club. They are encouraging fans to give just one dollar each to the charity, with 100 percent of the money going to people in need in the Music City.
So far the drive has helped replace the roof on a local church, funded physical therapy for a young boy who's learning to walk again and helped build a playground for underprivileged kids.
"Dollar Club is one of our favorite ways we can see all of these moments come to life," Brian Kelley says. "We love how giving just one dollar can make a difference in someone's life."
"Christmas is the perfect time of year to share the hope, love and joy that comes through our generosity, and you guys," Tyler Hubbard adds.
On Dec. 10 there will be a video posted that allows fans who donate to click on a link and actually see which charitable effort their dollar went toward. For more information about the program or to donate a dollar, click here.
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