Brad Paisley Is Mobilizing Volunteers to Deliver Groceries from His Free Store to the Elderly Amid Coronavirus Outbreak
Brad Paisley has shown his support to the elderly amid the Coronavirus pandemic by offering free delivery of groceries.
Country music and singer-songwriter, Brad Paisley, has joined the list of growing celebrities who have shown their support for people amid the Coronavirus pandemic currently shaking the world.
Brad Paisley performs at Nissan Stadium during day 4 of the 2017 CMA Music Festival on June 11, 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee | Photo: Getty Images
Brad, in conjunction with his wife, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, had gone into a partnership with the former’s alma mater Belmont University to open "The Store", back in 2019.
While he stated in the video that his team already had a list of those who would need his help the most, he also noted that he would ensure that they followed “all protocol to make sure we’re doing this right.”
The “She’s Everything” crooner also beckoned on those who could volunteer to make no hesitation in reaching out to him. It didn’t take long before his 1.6 million followers they started liking the post and dropping comments about how generous he was.
It would be recalled by People that Brad, in conjunction with his wife, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, had gone into a partnership with the former’s alma mater Belmont University to open "The Store", back in 2019.
A few months before the couple started building, People reported that the store was a food bank that was set up like a supermarket, that would offer both fresh and longlasting groceries to people in need for a year.
“All of us are one unforeseen disaster away from rock bottom. It’s nice to think about a place where when that happens to someone, they can use it to get back on their feet.”
The star also revealed that the dream for "The Store" came after he had visited a similar organization, the Unity Shoppe in California, with his children, Huck, and Jasper.
The visit, which had initially been a way to teach his children about modesty, soon became something more as he and his wife loved what the Unity Shoppe was doing for their community.