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Country Icon Tracy Lawrence Donates $345K To Local Organizations Committed To Helping The Homeless and Hungry. "We Have Been Blown Away"

The country music veteran is using his platform to give back to those in Middle Tennessee.

One of country music's most recognizable voices Tracy Lawrence continues to use his voice for good. Today it was announced that his Mission:Possible Foundation presented a total of $345,000 in checks to local charities today. This latest gesture comes during Random Acts of Kindness Week, and adds to Lawrence's longstanding history of charitable acts through his Mission:Possible organization, rounding out the total donation amount to over $2.8M since Mission:Possible's inception.

Photo credit: Christian Williams

Eight local beneficiaries from today's check presentation received a total of $80,000 in donations, including Journey Home, Project Return, Musically Fed, Dream Streets, Jesus Provisions Ministries, Laundry Stop, Monroe Harding and Shower Up, each with specific mission's dedicated to ending homelessness across Middle Tennessee.

Throughout the year, Tracy leads the charitable efforts by hosting some of the best events in and around Nashville. Community favorite includes his Turkey Fry and Benefit Concert. In 2023 the event brought together more than 250 volunteers to help fry over 1,200 turkeys distributed throughout Middle Tennessee, providing over 10K meals to those in need during the Thanksgiving holiday.

This year's event included Lee Brice, Priscilla Block and Halfway to Hazard. Past performers have included Country favorites such as Tim McGraw, Luke Combs, Chris Young, Lainey Wilson, Justin Moore, Cole Swindell and more. The yearly event has now provided more than 86K meals to the homeless across Middle Tennessee and raised over $1M for Nashville Rescue Mission.

With the success of the Turkey Fry and Benefit Concert series, Mission:Possible launched an annual Celebrity Classic Golf Tournament in 2020. The springtime fundraiser has raised more than $1.1M towards various Middle Tennessee homeless charities in only three years. Past attendees of the star-studded event include: Kid Rock, Charles Kelley, Jake Owen, Jordan Davis, HARDY, Deana Carter, Mitchell Tenpenny, ERNEST, Jamey Johnson, Colt Ford, John Daly, Brett Hull and Rex Ryan.

“We have been blown away witnessing the incredible work of so many organizations in our community that fill the immediate needs of those in need,” shares Lawrence in a press statement. “As Mission:Possible continues to grow, we're doubling down on our commitment to support and team up with these amazing groups. From providing hot showers and a place to wash clothes, to offering shelter to the unhoused and helping transition those off the streets back into society, we're blessed to be a part of this movement toward a brighter future for those in Middle Tennessee.”

Lawrence will join Riley Green for his Ain't My Last Rodeo Tour starting next Thursday, Feb. 22 in Pikeville, Ky. with notable stops in Houston, Lexington, Tuscaloosa, Knoxville, San Jose and Phoenix. For more information visit


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