Blake Shelton has signed on to co-host the Nashville portion of an upcoming Hurricane Harvey benefit spearheaded by actor Jamie Foxx.

Dozens of people have been reported dead after Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas, devastating the area especially in and around Houston, where massive flooding has caused thousands of residents to leave their flooded homes and seek shelter and assistance.

According to TMZ, Shelton will join Reese Witherspoon to co-host the Nashville portion of a Hurricane Harvey telethon, with Michael Strahan also committed to the project. The four major broadcast networks have agreed to air the telethon for an hour on Sept. 12.

Foxx announced his plans for the telethon in a post to Instagram on Wednesday (Aug. 30). The actor, who hails from Terrell, Texas, announced he was personally donating $25,000 to GlobalGiving, adding, "From a fellow Texan, my heart goes out. My prayers go out. September 12 we have a telethon that we're doing. We'll give you more details, so we can raise as much money as we can for everybody down there."

Country Singers Respond to Hurricane Harvey

Talent manager Scooter Braun, who produced One Love Manchester, is helming the Hurricane Harvey event alongside rapper and Houston native Bun B. Other stars on the wish list include Hilary Duff and Big Bang Theory star Jim Parsons, both of whom are Houston natives. Bun B tells TMZ the Sept. 12 Hurricane Harvey telethon will take place in New York, Los Angeles and Nashville.

Granger SmithLady Antebellum, Chris Young and Josh Abbott Band are among the country artists who've donated to Hurricane Harvey relief, and George Strait  is putting together a relief effort in conjunction with "the entire country music community." Rascal Flatts appeared on Good Morning America as part of Disney's Day of Giving telethon on Thursday morning (Aug. 31), with the proceeds going to the American Red Cross for Hurricane Harvey relief, and Miranda Lambert has been on the ground in Houston with her MuttNation Foundation for three straight days and counting. Houston native RaeLynn has also announced she is headed to her hometown to help out in whatever way she can.

Below, find a portal that Taste of Country has created with links to several different fundraisers started by country musicians, as well as links to the American Red Cross and Salvation Army. Click through to check them out and donate to Hurricane Harvey relief.

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