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Jelly Roll throws biggest toy drive ever! Toys for 7,675 kids.

Photo Credit: Nashville Sheriff Daron Hall



Jelly Roll, the rising country music star, rocked the town with the biggest holiday toy drive ever witnessed. Running from November 1 to December 15, bins popped up in eight different Walmarts across town, gathering toys for the Metro Nashville Police Department’s Christmas Charities and the Nashville Fire Department to spread some holiday cheer for the kids.

After wrapping up his Backroad Baptism Tour, Jelly Roll made a star-studded appearance at the Antioch Walmart on November 4 at 4:00 pm, inviting fans to join in for free by bringing a toy. He kicked off the whole shebang at the Franklin Walmart on October 20 when he teamed up with Coca-Cola and Hasbro to launch the drive with a splashy $25,000 toy donation to start it off.



Photo Credit: Nashville Sheriff Daron Hall's Facebook



Jelly Roll’s big-heartedness hit a high note when he generously donated a whole truckload of toys to Nashville's toy drive. Toy bins at various Walmarts overflowed, filling up an entire truck destined for the Last Minute Toy Store, working alongside the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office to bring joy to families in need during the holidays.

Nashville Sheriff Daron Hall couldn’t stop singing Jelly Roll’s praises, recognizing his giving spirit long before the bright lights of fame shone on him. And the Last Minute Toy Store? Well, they couldn’t thank Jelly Roll enough. With his truckload of kindness, over 7,675 kids woke up to special gifts, making their holidays truly magical.

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