After the floods in his home state of West Virginia, Brad Paisley announced his creation of a GoFundMe page to help the victims of the tragedy.
Turns out, he did a little more than just donate. Brad helped kick start a new project — Homes for West Virginia. A groundbreaking ceremony was held Saturday for 42 homes and a community park to be built on land donated by the city of White Sulphur Springs. They will be for residents whose homes were destroyed in the June 23rd floods.
Homes for West Virginia announced Saturday that Paisley has made an initial donation of $250,000 for the project. Pharmaceutical company Mylan has donated $1 million and Morgantown healthcare company MedExpress has donated $500,000. The project’s total fundraising goal is $20 million. (PR Newswire)