Carly Pearce Helps Raise Over $10,000 For Music Health Alliance With CMA Fest Closet Sale

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Carly Pearce emptied out her closet for a good cause.

She recently hosted an event called Carly’s Closet during CMA Fest, where she donated pieces from her own personal clothing collection, including items she’s worn to several different award shows and events, to help raise money for the Music Health Alliance.

The MHA is an organization for industry professionals that helps them find affordable health care, and Carly recently shared on her Instagram count that they had raised an impressive grand total of over $10,000 during the event:

“Thank you to everyone who came to the inaugural Carly’s Closet event! You raised over $10,000 for the Music Health Alliance!

I am overjoyed by your generosity. I loved meeting you and looking in your shopping bags to see what you purchased.

I am thrilled that so many of my clothes have a new home…and that we are helping the people who make the music in the process. Shall we do it again next year?!”

Clothes and country music are two of my favorite things, and Carly has impeccable style, so if you were able to snag a few cute dresses, or maybe even the hot pink shoes she wore to the 2021 ACM Awards (pictured in IG post below), then that’s just the icing on the cake.

And after what a huge success it turned out to be, it sounds like she reigning ACM Female Artist of the Year already wants to do it again next year:

Carly recently announced that the next single from her 2021 album, 29: Written in Stone, would be “What He Didn’t Do”:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock