Name for motion: Gadgets wanted for CMA’s donation drive for stay leisure employees

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A call by the CMAs to support those in need in the local music industry.

The Country Music Association is holding a fundraising campaign for COVID Support (MICS) for the music industry at their office in Music Square East, Nashville, March 15-19.

The event will benefit Musically Fed, which has been serving more than 180,000 meals nationwide to people working in the live music and entertainment industries as of March 2020. Around 22,000 meals were distributed here in Nashville.

A CMA spokesperson said there are two ways to donate – online and in person.

If you would like to donate online, you will be asked to order items from Musically the Fed’s Amazon Wish List before March 19th. Choose “Country Music Association, c / o gift list from FOOD DRIVE” as delivery address.

You can also donate personally by dropping off the items you need in the alley behind the CMA office.

FOOD Toiletries
Dried pasta & sauce toothpaste
Oatmeal cereals laundry detergent
Canned fish / meat Washing-up liquid
Canned fruit and vegetables Hand soap
Soup, crackers shower gel
Rice, quinoa, dry beans shaving cream
peanut butter toilet paper
nuts Paper towels

The music-fed Food Drive Thrus in Nashville will take place on March 13th and 27th. Live entertainment / music industry people wishing to register should contact us info@musicallyfed.org or call 480-951-1882. To learn more, visit MusicallyFed.org.