Morgan Wallen Buys $20,000 Worth Of Christmas Presents For 200 Underprivileged Kids In Memphis

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Looks like Morgan Wallen is doing his part to make sure a number of kids will have a much better Christmas this year.

Via Facebook post from the Memphis Salvation Army, Wallen donated $20,000 to the #AngelTree program, a fundraiser that helps underprivileged kids receive the gifts that they want on their Christmas list.

After adopting 200 angels, Wallen and his team went to the Walmart on Winchester Road in Memphis to fill up 32 shopping carts chock full of Christmas gifts for Mid-South Memphis kids who are in need.

He made the move in between his three shows at the Landers Center in Southaven during his Dangerous Tour last weekend.

When asked by The Salvation Army why he made the generous donation, he responded:

“For me growing up, my parents, they always made sure that I had presents under the tree. I know that all kids are not as fortunate to have that same experience.

I got to partner up with The Salvation Army and Walmart to make a whole lot of kids happy this Christmas… I hope we get to do it again next year.”

Respect.

🤍 Our sincerest thanks to Morgan Wallen for his recent $20,000 donation to our #AngelTree program! 🤍The award-winning country singer and his team spent hours inside the Walmart on Winchester Road Sunday after adopting 200 angels – checking each item off their wish lists and filling 32 shopping carts with toys and clothes for Mid-South children in need.Wallen made the stop in Memphis last weekend in between his three shows at the Landers Center in Southaven.“For me growing up, my parents, they always made sure that I had presents under the tree. I know that all kids are not as fortunate to have that same experience,” Wallen said. “I got to partner up with The Salvation Army and Walmart to make a whole lot of kids happy this Christmas… I hope we get to do it again next year.” #HopeMarchesOn

Posted by The Salvation Army Memphis on Thursday, December 16, 2021

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