Lee Brice Makes Heartwarming Donation to the Family of a Fan Killed in a Car Crash

Lee Brice Makes Heartwarming Donation to the Family of a Fan Killed in a Car Crash

Singer/songwriter Lee Brice has a heart as big as his 6-foot-3-inch football-playing frame.

Lee made a $1,335 donation to the family of a Franklin, Ohio, fan who died in a car crash on June 17, according to Journal News.

Courtney Trent, 20, passed away after an oncoming motorist fell asleep at the wheel and struck her car head-on. In an effort to raise money for funeral expenses and her six-month-old son, Courtney’s family set up an online campaign via Meal Train.

After Courtney’s brother reached out to Lee on Twitter to let him know that the “I Don’t Dance” singer was his sister’s favorite artist, Lee made the thoughtful donation and helped the family raise more than $3,000.

“Our fans treat us so well,” Lee said to Journal News. “We love them. I felt like I was part of their family and I wanted to help—just like I’d help my own family.”

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