Country legend Willie Nelson is asking his fans for help after the horrible wildfires in Texas, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Colorado have ravaged more than 2 million acres.
Family farmers and ranchers now "face damaged homes, charred land, burnt fences, and dead or injured animals," he shared in a Facebook post on Tuesday (March 21).
Family farmers and ranchers hold a close place in Nelson's heart, as he has been putting on the famous Farm Aid concerts, which he started in 1985 to help local farmers with mortgage debt.
Over 30 years later, he still puts on the annual concert, but now, because of the wildfires, Farm Aid has set up a special Family Farm Disaster Fund to raise funds for impacted family farmers and ranchers.
If you would like to donate to Farm Aid's Family Farm Disaster Fund, click here.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected. We pray that you can rebuild and overcome this horrible disaster.
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