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Bobby Bones & Girlfriend Caitlin Parker Are Distributing Supplies to Homeless in Nashville Amid the COVID-19 Outbreak

Kareena Koirala
Mar 27, 2020
01:00 P.M.
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There are more ways than one of giving back to the community. And Bobby Bones and his girlfriend were in the right place at the right time to spot one of such opportunities.


Taking to Twitter, Bobby Bones and his girlfriend, Caitlin Parker, opened up about a unique way by which people can contribute to those affected by the novel coronavirus outbreak.

Parker shared in the video that the idea came to her after she saw a homeless guy walk into a Starbucks outlet just as they were leaving.



From the homeless man, Parker came to know about a problem that people living on the streets were facing, she stated in the Twitter video.

"He just said that since a lot of people were staying indoors, there weren't people to drop off money or even food like they normally do."


After learning about that problem, Parker was eager to help. She immediately called Amy Moffett-Brown, Bones' co-host on "The Bobby Bones Show," and got advice from her regarding what to buy.

Then, she and Bones bought a large number of supplies and readied them to be given away to the people living on the streets. The bags they put together included fresh fruit, nutrition bars, a washcloth, soap, and a couple of dollars.



By sharing their story, Parker and Bones hope to encourage other people to do their part in helping those who are most affected by the coronavirus outbreak.

"Hopefully if you guys see this, and you want to help out somebody in your neighborhood too, it's just an idea of what you can do," Bones explained in the video.


Bones, who was also the winner of the 27th season of the reality dance show, "Dancing with the Stars," has always remained vocal about giving back to the community.

Previously as well, when a deadly tornado struck Nashville, Bones was quick to lend out a helping hand and encourage people to join the cause.

Bobby Bones and Sharna Burgess at "Dancing with the Stars" Season 27 Finale on November 19, 2018. | Source: Getty Images

Recently, Bones' also saw the cancellation of the production of "American Idol," a reality show where he serves as the in-house mentor.

The show has ceased its production to ensure the safety of everyone, and all the contestants have also been sent home to their families.


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