Toby Keith's semitrailers to benefit Haiti

Toby Keith has partnered with two organizations, Can-Do and Livin' the Music, to assist with those affected by the earthquake in Haiti. Toby has set up seven semitrailers at a local site in Nashville, for people to donate items to be shipped directly to Port-au-Prince airport in Haiti. The trailers are located at Stage Call at 1420 Cowan Court in Nashville, and will be open seven days a week through February 2. On that day the items will be shipped to Haiti. Local residents are encouraged to donate needed supplies, such as nonperishable food items, gloves, baby formula, medical supplies, first aid kits, and headlamps.

Comments

More News

Hit No. 1 in 1996 with “Nobody Knows”
New album features song to honor Saturdays spent with Mom.
Singer/songwriter’s latest follows Grammy-winning “Old Yellow Moon” with Emmylou Harris.
Country Weekly reveals its list of hottest bachelors, including Chris Young, Scotty McCreery, Christian Kane and Brantley Gilbert.
Documentary of Glen's final tour premieres in Nashville.
Collection features “Elvira,” “Bobbie Sue” and many other hits.