Florida Georgia Line, Sam Hunt, Sara Evans & More Design Ugly Sweaters for a Good Cause [Photo Gallery]

Florida Georgia Line, Sam Hunt, Sara Evans & More Design Ugly Sweaters for a Good Cause [Photo Gallery]

If you need a new “ugly” sweater for your next holiday party, you’re in luck.

Musicians On Call, a nonprofit that brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in hospitals across the country, has launched its first Deck the Halls Campaign, which features holiday sweaters personally designed by Florida Georgia Line, Sam Hunt, Sara Evans and more. Fans can purchase the sweaters—$35 and $40— here, with the proceeds supporting Musicians on Call’s initiatives.

“I love the holidays–especially in a cozy sweater with a glass of wine—so when I was approached to partner with Musicians On Call to design a sweater to help raise funds for such a great cause, I knew exactly what I wanted to design,” said Sara Evans. “The holiday season is all about spreading the healing power of music so I am excited to help MOC do just that with the sale of my ‘ugly’ sweater. I hope everyone gets a kick out of the sweater and buys one –or three! Cheers all and happy holidays.”

In addition to the sweaters, Musicians On Call has launched a holiday gift auction on ebay for its Deck the Halls Campaign that features signed guitars and memorabilia. Running today (Nov. 28) through Dec. 8, the auction includes items from Reba McEntire, Sam Hunt, Lindsay Ell, Brad Paisley, Kelsea Ballerini, Martina McBride, Luke Bryan, Kelly Clarkson and more.

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