Last summer, Chris McClarney and his wife Jasmine started a cleaning service for the homeless community in Nashville called The Laundry Stop. Every Sunday, they drive a mobile laundry trailer into town to wash and fold as many clothes, blankets and sleeping bags as they can.
There are over 20,000 homeless in Nashville and this past week, this community was decimated after the horrific tornados. They have experienced such a massive loss of the very little they had.
Redbird Common is partnering with The Laundry Stop to raise money for, not only clean clothes, but brand new tarps, sleeping bags and tents - the housing for this community - that were completely destroyed last week in the storms.
All proceeds from the March 10th Redbird Common will go directly to The Laundry Stop. Click the link below to purchase a ticket, even if you are not able to attend, you can give! About the event, The Redbird Artists Agency said, "We will have an unlimited amount of tickets available. You will also be able to donate more at the event. We hope you will join us for a great night of stories and songs. Let's support our Nashville community together!"