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Jason Aldean seeks financial donations for injured friend

Jason Aldean seeks help for tour manager's injured cousin
Jason Aldean seeks help for tour manager's injured cousin
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Jason Aldean is asking fans and peers to consider donating to the Chuck Tucker Fund. Late on the evening of February 4, Jason Aldean used his Twitter to ask for help for his tour manager’s cousin, who was involved in a “horrible accident.”

Jason tweeted:

My tour managers cousin was in a horrible accident last week please keep him in ur prayers and go to http://www.whosay.com/l/cDO7Kl1 to see how u can help.

The Whosay link reveals information about the Chuck Tucker Fund. It seems that Chuck Tucker is the sole provider for his family, who now needs help with medical bills and living expenses. The accident nearly took Chuck’s life and will leave him in recovery for quite some time. He is described as a man of God who has always unselfishly served others. Now, he is the one in need of help.

There are quite a few ways that people can donate, including credit and debit cards, Echecks, and property donations. Simply go to the Chuck Tucker Fund, click the method of payment or donation, and follow the steps indicated. Those donating can even add a note or make a donation as a memorial tribute to someone.

Hopefully, Jason Aldean’s tweet will help bring attention to the needs of Chuck Tucker’s family and help them through this difficult time. Meanwhile, Jason Aldean sets out for shows in Canada later this week and continues to prep for his Burn It Down Tour that kicks off May 1. The tour will feature Florida Georgia Line, Tyler Farr, and Miranda Lambert for select stadium shows.

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