Anderson Family Foundation Giving Tops $1M with 4th 'Music Row' Benefit

With its fourth Music Row benefit in as many years, The Charlie and Moll Anderson Foundation has raised more than $1 million for Knoxville Habitat for Humanity. At this year's benefit Oct. 11 with Reba McEntire, event hosts Charlie and Moll Anderson presented KHFH President and CEO Kelle Shultz with a check for $250,000. 

Thank you to Charlie and Moll Anderson and all of the event attendees for your generous support of our ministry!


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