Brett Eldredge Donated A Big Check To The Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital


Brett Eldredge donated a big check to the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt on behalf of the Brett Eldredge Family Foundation. The $60,000 donation is just the beginning for the new foundation which seeks to “help as many children as possible” through the Nashville hospital.

The Brett Eldredge Family Foundation was founded last year and hosted their first fundraiser during Christmas to raise money for the children’s hospital.

“My last time on stage for 2017 was a night I will never forget,” Eldredge wrote about his new foundation. “My family and I created the ‘BRETT ELDREDGE FAMILY FOUNDATION’ and this was our first event! We raised a lot of money benefitting Vanderbilt children’s hospital and had an incredible time! We’re so grateful for all of the support…this is only the beginning!…it’s now our mission to help as many kids as we possibly can!”

The new-found mission has continued into 2018 with Eldredge’s large donation. The donation benefits the hospital’s young patients and contributes to the hospital’s expansion that will add four new floors by summer of 2019, bringing its total bed count to more than 400. At the expansion’s competition, Vanderbilt will be home to one of the 10 largest children’s hospitals in the country.