Back in October, we introduced you to the Love for Love City Foundation, a not-for-profit organization created by Kenny Chesney before the last winds of Hurricane Irma even left St. John...
These dogs were homeless, abandoned or stranded on the islands after the two hurricanes wiped out most of the infrastructures. Most human families were evacuated and could only bring themselves, leaving their pets behind...
Country star Kenny Chesney decided he wanted to help rescue these stranded animals and reunite them with their families. Love for Love City is an organization committed to helping pets left behind reunite with their families or find new homes.
An Akron man rode out Hurricane Maria in a radio shack and was rescued from St. John Island thanks to country singer Kenny Chesney, but he wants you to remember the stories of those still suffering in the Caribbean.
It all started because Tessa Louis needed to get off the island. She was eight months pregnant and had just ridden out category-5 Hurricane Irma in a closet at her boyfriend's family villa on St. John, the island where she was born and has lived most of her life.
Michelle Pappas felt the ferocity of Hurricane Irma through thick walls and bolstered doors of her neighbor's much sturdier home.
When Hurricane Irma, a category 5 storm with winds gusts up to 200 miles per hour, hit the U.S. Virgin Islands on Sept. 6, every update seemed worse than the last. Residents who'd hoped the hurricane would turn north faced facts, began collecting supplies and hunkering down. One of those families was Ryan and Tiffany Moore, their two young sons Conner and Dylan and their dog, Tug.
HLN's Robin Meade talks to country superstar Kenny Chesney about how he and the ""No Shoes Nation"" will work to support the people and pets of the USVI as they recover from the affects of Hurricane Irma.
Hurricane Irma destroyed country music star Kenny Chesney's St. John home, and Wrightsville Beach native Kate Hanna was inside the residence while it happened.
Evacuees from the first several flights on Chesney's plane landed in Nashville, but accommodations became scarce so Chesney's pilot, Alan Jackson (not the country singer), turned to fellow members of The River Community Church for help.
Hurricane Irma hit the U.S. Virgin Islands of St. John and St. Thomas last Wednesday as a Category 5 storm, with wind gusts up to 185 miles per hour. Mainers were there when it happened.
Kenny Chesney said he has lost his home on St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands to the devastation from Hurricane Irma.
Hurricane Irma May Have Destroyed His House, But Kenny Chesney Is Determined To Make A Difference