The Lost Trailers Help Raise Relief Efforts For Haiti
January 21, 2010 at 6:52 AM (PT)
STOKES NIELSON, DREW NIELSON and MANNY MEDINA of BNA/NASHVILLE group THE LOST TRAILERS participated in the "ATLANTA Cares For HAITI" fundraiser, hosted by ANTWAN "BIG BOI" PATTON of OUTKAST.
The event was held on MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY (MONDAY 1/18) and raised money for relief in HAITI, through CARE ATLANTA. CARE's main focus is women and children, specifically taking care of pregnant women who have no access to medical care.
In the past week, CARE has raised around one million dollars for HAITI relief, that number including proceeds from the benefit MONDAY night.
STOKES NIELSON said: "It's important for us to be a part of this wonderful relief effort. It was inspiring to see so many people from every walk of life come together in a spirit of giving. THE LOST TRAILERS were thrilled to represent country music and to be involved in such a special night."