May 24, 2020
Country star Tim McGraw's daughter is giving back to society in the least thoughtful way amid the pandemic, and she has her upbringing to thank for it!
Maggie McGraw has been involved in contributing her quota to society in the fight against the novel coronavirus. Sharing exclusively with Us Weekly, Tim McGraw's second daughter detailed how she came about her charity initiative.
CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME!
Maggie McGraw explained that being able to give back is something she grew accustomed to in her family. The vice president of the "Feed The Frontline" in Nashville told the publication:
"I think I grew up with a mentality that it's kind of an obligation for you if you have more than other people, to give back…"
She added that being charitable has always been part of her, but the Feed The Frontline initiative was her first Independent voluntary program.
FEED THE FRONTLINE
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's middle child was recently in the news after she organized a virtual "Feed The Frontline" concert. Among others, celebrities like Billy Ray Cyrus, Avril Lavigne, and Kenny Chesney took part in the program.
Their first child Gracie seems to be looking into music and acting for a career.
The concert was organized to generate resources for healthcare workers and other essential workers amid the COVID-19 crisis. The program also helped improve businesses like local restaurants.
A PROUD DAD
The "I Called Mama" singer opened up about family life and couldn't hold himself back as he proudly talked about what his second child had been up to. McGraw said he's proud of his 21-year-old daughter, and called what she's doing, "a really great project."
He also made it known that the young adult was currently quarantining with the family alongside her boyfriend. Maggie is Faith and Tim's second child. Her siblings are Gracie, 23, and Audrey, 18.
THE MCGRAW GIRLS
It is safe to say that the multiple awards winner is a proud father. He proved this when he joined Hoda Kotb on the Today show.
On set, Tim talked about how "grounded" his girls are and how they turned out to exhibit ethical values despite growing up in the spotlights. He listed that his daughters were hardworking, humble, and smart!
The "Indian Outlaw" crooner married fellow country music star, Faith Hill, in 1996, and they have built a beautiful family together. Their first child Gracie seems to be looking into music and acting for a career.
Audrey is the youngest and also a great beauty like her older siblings. She is getting ready to head to college. Audrey has a good singing voice as well.