March 3rd, 2010
05:35 PM ET
Tim McGraw is no stranger to philanthropy. The Grammy-winning country star has done benefit concerts and other charity work for years, and in 2004, he and wife Faith Hill founded Neighbor's Keeper, which funds local organizations assisting communities in need.
The latest recipient of his determination to help is Operation Homefront, which supports U.S. troops, veterans and their families. McGraw has recorded a public service announcement for the non-profit, and T-shirt sales on his current "Southern Voice" tour will benefit the group.
McGraw's tour sponsor, Outback Steakhouse, is spearheading the campaign, pledging $1 million to the organization. It's hardly the first time Outback has dished up support for the military: over the past eight years, the restaurant chain has provided meals to more than 150,000 U.S. troops around the world. That's a lot of Bloomin' Onions!
If you're moved to add your voice to theirs, you can donate directly by texting "HERO" to 50555.
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