Kelly Clarkson held a news conference with leaders of the organizations that the ”Miracle on Broadway" concert will be benefit.
Growing up underprivileged herself, Clarkson stressed why it's so important to give back to your community, especially for the future generations.
"If you're a part of this community, you're going to be affected by the domino effect,” Clarkson said. “It’s going to affect you somehow. These kids are part of your community, they're going to help or hurt it, and they're more likely to be helpful and a better citizen if they're more productive in a positive way."
“Miracle on Broadway” has been set for Friday, December 16, and will benefit Abes Garden, the Nashville Library Foundation, Second Harvest Food Bank, and the WO Smith Music School.