Nashville Predators collect money for Sevier County wildfire victims

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – The Nashville Predators are continuing to help the victims of the fatal Sevier County wildfire.

For a $5 donation to Dolly Parton’s “My People Fund,” fans will receive a special designed helmet sticker. A $20 donation to the cause will get fans a limited edition Nashville Predators T-shirt.

The team will continue accepting donations through the end of the month.

“We have a great platform with the Nashville Predators’ games, so we are going to continue this,” explained Rebecca King with the Nashville Predators.

King said so far, fans, alongside the team, have helped raise about $50,000 for the cause.

All proceeds from the sticker and T-shirt sales will benefit the fund.

“The Nashville Predators underwrote the T-shirt cost and sticker cost, so all of the proceeds – 100 percent – benefit the cause,” King said.

Fans can donate outside of Section 107 at the Bridgestone Arena on game nights as well as the team’s Pro-Shop.

Click here for complete coverage of the Sevier County wildfire.