Florida Georgia Line Joins Celine Dion, Matthew McConaughey in Push for Clean Water

FGL and Scotty McCreery join fellow celebs to try to bring clean water to Third World countries.

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It’s not often you see Florida Georgia Line and Scotty McCreery listed next to celebs like Whoopi Goldberg, Celine Dion, Scarlett Johansson and Matthew McConaughey. But here’s one occasion.

All these folks will use their star power and social media platforms in the next few days (Sept. 25–29) to push a project that brings clean water to children in Third World countries.

The project is called Flash Flood for Good, and it is intended to help the kids in Ethiopia, Myanmar and Rwanda. 

The stars will ask fans to each donate $10, which provides one child with clean drinking water for a year. You can make the donation by texting FLOOD to 41010 on mobile phones. The website is flashfloodforgood.org.

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