Enter McGee and Duncan to help raise awareness and money so the orgazination can continue its good work.
“If you’ve raised a child, and I have, then you know that everything is so expensive, more expensive than it’s ever been,” McGee said in his Instagram post encouraging Vols fans to donate.
With “LET’S GO DAWGS” flashing over her video, Duncan echoed that thought: “Families are so in need of just basic supplies to survive. You notice the cost of everything getting higher. That includes just basic items for babies.”
Tennessee fans won last year’s charity drive, and Duncan implores Bulldog Nation to “out-volunteer the Volunteers” this year.
As of Thursday morning, Georgia fans had donated $370. If you’d like to help, you can give here: www.gagives.org/story/Dawgnation.
Vol Nation, on the other hand, already has $2,585 in its coffers. UT football fans can donate at www.gagives.org/story/Volnation.
And if you couldn’t care less about the rivalry but feel babies need clean diapers and moms deserve help, you can donate directly to Helping Mamas at https://helpingmamas.org/donate/.