Country in the Park 2019 artists Jon Pardi and Tyler Rich have hometown roots here in NorCal. Jon is from Dixon and Tyler grew up in Yuba City. So it makes sense that they’d want to help out people who have been affected by the Camp Fire. Devin Dawson, who hails from Orangevale, has also teamed up with the guys for the Cali Love shirt.
We have created this awesome #CaliLove shirt and 100% of the net proceeds from this item will be donated to the @SalvationArmyUS to help support ongoing, long-term relief efforts following this year's devastating fires. Check it out: https://t.co/ZoALKDovCC pic.twitter.com/ZuAtiSKDwS
— Jon Pardi (@JonPardi) December 7, 2018
You can order a Cali Love shirt at this website. All net proceeds are going to the Salvation Army. “I really wanted to do something to give back for the fire relief,” Jon told PEOPLE. And his fellow country artists didn’t really need any convincing.
As you probably know, Southern California was also hit hard by the Woolsey Fire. So, SoCal natives Cam, Brett Young and Gary Allan also jumped at the chance to raise some money. And you can jump at the chance, too!
“When Jon asked for my involvement it was an easy yes,” Young said in a statement. “I love my home state, and I’m proud to be a part of the tight group of Californians representing county music.” Devin Dawson described joining the movement as a “no brainer. I’m proud to support such a unique initiative to raise money and awareness,” he said.