The pop star is donating $1 million to tornado relief efforts in Middle Tennessee.
Gulf Today Report
Singer Taylor swift has taken action after a string of tornadoes destroyed parts of Tennessee.
Taylor donated a whopping $1 million to aid Nashville to the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund, which supports the communities hit and nonprofits helping the victims.
Deadly storms ravaged several Tennessee counties this week, including in Nashville.
More than 20 people lost their lives as two tornados ripped through Nashville on Tuesday morning. Buildings in the eastern part of the city sustained significant property damage.
She included a link to the Response Fund and encouraged fans to donate to the cause.
"Nashville is my home and the fact that so many people have lost their homes and so much more in Middle Tennessee is devastating to me," Swift posted on Instagram on Thursday, encouraging her fans to donate, too.
Swift joins some of country music's biggest artists who are lending a hand to the recovery. Singer Chris Young announced that he would be donating $50,000 to the foundation, Lynyrd Skynyrd singer Johnny Van Zant donated $10,000 to relief efforts, and other top names directed their fans to various foundations and other relief efforts.
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