Chelsea Gill Uses Music Video To Donate To Children Of Fallen Soldiers

Chelsea Gill Tennessee Heat

Chelsea Gill began her music career working in concert lighting design for acts like Sara Evans and Lee Ann Womack, deciding the time is now to step into her own spotlight. Gill released “Tennessee Heat,” directed by Joshua Lockhart, to tell the tale of a summer romance that leaves you with warm memories when the seasons change.

While Gill is celebrating the release of her music video, she is also using the opportunity in the forefront to give to others. To that end, she will donate $1.00 for every ten video views (up to 10,000) to the Children of Fallen Soldiers Relief Fund. The organization ensures that children and spouses of U.S. soldiers who lost their lives while on duty will have financial assistance and college grants for their futures.

In making the decision to donate money to the cause, Gill explained:

With Memorial Day right around the corner, I felt I had an opportunity to honor those who gave their lives for my freedom. I don’t have much to give yet, but this is a way I can give something. I hope it inspires others to give and focus on those who are in need around us.

Gill also recently released her debut self-titled EP as a country singer-songwriter, which you can download by clicking here.

Watch Chelsea Gill’s “Tennessee Heat” video below and help her give back to the loved ones of our fallen soldiers on this Memorial Day.

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