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Donating from the heart

Apr. 30, 2020, 9:21 AM

Tyler Hubbard of country music’s Florida Georgia Line and his wife, Hayley Hubbard, delivered meals to VUMC last week. The donation is part of Feeding Nashville, a nonprofit created by Hayley Hubbard and Taylin Lewan, wife of Tennessee Titans player Taylor Lewan, to bring meals to those who have been severely impacted by the March 3 tornadoes or loss of employment due to COVID-19. The pair teamed up with Chris Polley, executive chef of True Food Kitchen, and Ryan Reisdorf, founder of Placemat. Feeding Nashville’s goal is to provide food to at least 100 families a day for a minimum of two months.
(photo by Erin O. Smith)

Tyler Hubbard of country music’s Florida Georgia Line and his wife, Hayley Hubbard, delivered meals to VUMC last week.

The donation is part of Feeding Nashville, a nonprofit created by Hayley Hubbard and Taylin Lewan, wife of Tennessee Titans player Taylor Lewan, to bring meals to those who have been severely impacted by the March 3 tornadoes or loss of employment due to COVID-19. The pair teamed up with Chris Polley, executive chef of True Food Kitchen, and Ryan Reisdorf, founder of Placemat.

Feeding Nashville’s goal is to provide food to at least 100 families a day for a minimum of two months.

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