Miranda Lambert’s Charity Auction Raises Over $100,000 For MuttNation Foundation

Miranda Lambert; Photo by Terry Wyatt/Getty Images
Miranda Lambert; Photo by Terry Wyatt/Getty Images
Miranda Lambert; Photo by Terry Wyatt/Getty Images

Miranda Lambert recently auctioned off several items from her personal closet to benefit her MuttNation Foundation and ended up raising a total of $105,166.79 for the nonprofit.

“I know it was just Thanksgiving, but it already feels like Christmas. It just means so much that we’re able to help so many more rescues and shelter pets, especially at this time of year,” Lambert said. “I’m incredibly grateful to my fans for making this auction such a great success. It almost makes me want to clean out my closet more often!”

Over 425 lots were available for fans to bid on, with items ranging from street-worn clothing to stage wear to jewelry and accessories to footwear. Among the most popular items available for auction, each of which Lambert hand-picked, were her Silver and Black Crossed Pistols with Wings Cuff, her much-loved stage and video-worn Silver Embroidered Autographed Idyllwind Cowboy Boots and handwritten and autographed lyrics to her newest single, “Bluebird.”

Fans interested in continuing to help MuttNation Foundation can pledge one volunteer day to the shelter of their choice by completing the online form HERE. That shelter will be automatically entered for a chance to receive a $1,000 MuttNation grant. Volunteers must complete their volunteer day by January 31, 2020. Ten shelters will receive a $1,000 grant from MuttNation in early 2020.

After wrapping her Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars Tour, Miranda Lambert is enjoying some downtime before kicking off her much-anticipated Wildcard Tour. The tour, which will feature special guests Cody Johnson and LANCO, with Randy Rogers Band and Parker McCollum opening select shows, kicks off January 16.

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