Taylor Swift donated to the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund to support the communities hit by the deadly pair of tornadoes last week.
While the country pop singer did not announce how much she donated, her publicist, Tree Paine, confirmed that she donated $1 million dollars.
“Nashville is my home and the fact that so many people have lost their homes and so much more in Middle Tennessee is devastating to me,” she posted on Instagram on Thursday.
She may have been born in Pennsylvania, but she moved to Nashville at 14 when her father’s job made them move to the Music City.
Swift is one of the country music’s biggest artists who lent a hand to the relief efforts.
Lynyrd Skynyrd singer Johnny Van Zant donated $10,000 while singer Chris Young announced that he would be donating $50,000.
Like Swift, other top names in the industry encouraged their fans and directed them to various foundations to offer their help.
Memphis native Justin Timberlake contributed to the relief efforts as well.
“Devastated for this city so many of my friends and family call home,” he wrote while he shares an image of the ruins of Nashville’s Basement East concert venue.
“Hurts to watch it get hit like this. But Tennesseans are some of the strongest people out there, and I know we’ll stick together and rebuild”
Dolly Parton also reached out, as she posts on her Twitter account, “Praying for all those affected by the devastating storms in Tennessee and my heart is especially with the families who lost loved ones Red heart We are all with you.”
This is not the first time the country pop icon donated towards relief efforts; she donated $500,000 to Nashville after major floods wreak havoc to the region, and $1 million to Louisiana flood relief in 2016.
The monstrous tornadoes that struck central Tennessee marks the most deadly tornado event in the United States since last year.