Tyler Hubbard Delivers 2,000 Toys to Children at Vanderbilt Hospital

Tyler Hubbard is giving back this holiday season. The “5 foot 9” singer teamed up with the First Responders Children’s Foundation and Mattel to deliver 2000 toys to children at Vanderbilt hospital in Tennessee. 

The toys arrived at the hospital via fire truck, police car, and ambulance — in true first responder style — and were personally delivered by Hubbard.

“It’s always an honor to visit the kids at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt,” Hubbard shared. “Thanks to Mattel and First Responders Children’s Foundation for making this happen for the kids. Spending time with the kids was so special, and I hope we brought some joy to these families this holiday season. This is truly what the holidays are all about.”

In addition to delivering toys, Tyler donated a “Grand Canyon Adventure” which you can enter to win at www.CharityStars.com/ParadeOfTrees. #ParadeOfTrees charitable holiday initiative benefits First Responders Children’s Foundation. Proceeds raised will fund scholarships and mental health services for the children of first responders