Country Gives to Disaster Relief



These organizations are directly helping those affected by the recent natural disasters. See more information below to donate to a cause that is meaningful to you.

The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.​

The Center for Disaster Philanthropy is a full-time resource to help donors make more thoughtful disaster-related giving decisions and maximize the impact of their gifts.

Our mission is to lead a unified effort for a hunger-free Texas. We move millions of hungry Texans toward food security through a statewide network of food banks; strengthen the collective response to hunger through collaboration and scaling success; and lead the public conversation needed to solve hunger in Texas.

Our business is helping donors create lasting legacies and meaningful impact. Through the vision and generosity of our donors, we are one of the largest grant makers in the region.

Music Rising is a campaign that was launched to rescue the musical culture of the Central Gulf region of the United States from the destruction caused by the catastrophic hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005 by replacing the musical instruments lost or destroyed in the deluge.

CMA is joining  to support hurricane relief efforts with a $100,000 donation. You can help, too.


Many Country artists mobilized quickly to donate, support and even offer boots on the ground action. See what Country artists have been doing to help those affected by the recent natural disasters and also how you can get involved.

Aug. 31-Sept. 4, Alan Jackson’s AJ’s Good Time Bar in downtown Nashville will donate $1 for every item sold to The Community Foundation of Middle Tennssee to directly help Hurricane Harvey flood relief efforts.

Andreas Ross performed at “TN to TX: A Benefit Concert for Victims of Hurricane Harvey” on Sept. 7 in Nashville.

Nashville joins New York and Los Angeles as one of the locations of the multi-network telethon airing Sept. 12 at 8/7c. Blake Shelton will co-host with Reese Witherspoon from the Grand Ole Opry House. George Strait is set to perform live via satellite from San Antonio, with more artist performances to be announced. Proceeds from the event will go toward relief organizations including the United Way of Greater Houston, Habitat for Humanity, Save the Children, Feeding Texas and the Mayor’s Fund for Hurricane Harvey Relief.

Bobby Bones and the #PIMPINJOY crew are raising money for Hurricane Harvey relief at the Shop Forward Store with a special TEXAS FOREVER shirt. Proceeds benefit the Red Cross.

Chase Rice and Head Down Eyes Up, an athletic merchandise company, are teaming up to donate proceeds from online sales of their products through Sept. 30 to flood relief efforts. Rice will match every dollar that is raised.

Chris Young set up a GoFundMe page, started with $100,000 of his own money, for Hurricane Harvey flood relief donations. All funds raised will go to the Red Cross and other disaster relief organizations.

Florida Georgia Line turned a premiere party for their CMT Crossroads episode with the Backstreet Boys into a Red Cross fundraiser at FGL House in Nashville and donated proceeds from two of their shows in New Hampshire to hurricane relief efforts.

George Strait will host a benefit concert on Sept. 12 with Miranda Lambert, Chris Stapleton, Lyle Lovett, Robert Earl Keen and more at San Antonio’s Majestic Theatre. The concert, called Hand in Hand Texas, will benefit the Rebuild Texas Fund and will also be available to watch through Facebook Live.

One-hundred percent of proceeds from Granger Smith’s online merch sales will go to the Texas Diaper Bank to provide diapers to those in need affected by Hurricane Harvey. Fans can also make monetary donations.

Halfway to Hazard joins with WYMT in Kentucky for a local telethon to raise money for relief organizations.

All proceeds from Kacey Musgraves’ “Texas Rope Tee” shirt will be donated to help with Hurricane Harvey relief.

Kenny Chesney and the No Shoes Nation crew are raising money for Hurricane Irma relief through the Love for Love City Foundation. Proceeds will go towards disaster relief for the U.S. and British Virgin Islands.

All proceeds from Kristen Kelly’s “Believe” shirt will be donated to help with Hurricane Harvey relief.

Proceeds from merch sales at Lady A’s Dallas show were donated to organizations helping in Hurricane Harvey relief.

Miranda Lambert and her MuttNation Foundation have been transporting displaced pets out of flood ravaged areas to safety. Fans can make donations to their relief efforts on the MuttNation website.

Rascal Flatts participated in Disney’s Day of Giving campaign on Aug. 30, raising money for hurricane relief.

Songwriters Cody Joe Hodges, Jamie McKean, and Tony Memmel wrote “We Can Weather Any Storm Together” for hurricane victims.

William Michael Morgan partnered with the Red Cross to play a show at the Nashville Palace benefitting those affected by Hurricane Harvey.

This was a free writers round event in Nashville on Sept. 7 at Banner Music. Viewers made donations during the event to help organizations providing hurricane relief.

DUSTIN LYNCH took the stage Tuesday night (9/12) for a sold-out benefit concert at Cowboys Red River in Dallas to support victims affected by the recent combined tragedies of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

*This list is provided for informational purposes only.  CMA is not affiliated with any of the listed charities and does not endorse or receive support from any of them.  Each donor should research any institution to which he/she intends to donate and make an informed decision based on independent information.