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This page serves as a comprehensive source of the charitable acts of Dolly Parton, along with the many instances of her peacemaking. Born in 1946, Dolly has established herself a household name and American icon. While commonly known for her influential country music career and boisterous persona, Dolly Parton has also proven herself a dedicated philanthropist.
This is a comprehensive timeline of the many charitable acts of Dolly Parton from 1988 to 2020:1988 - The Dollywood Foundation
1989 - $500 scholarship
1991 - Eagle Mountain Sanctuary at Dollywood
1995 - Imagination Library
2000 - The Dolly Parton Scholarship
2007 - Benefit concert for new Sevier County hospital
2016 - Telethon after devastating East Tennessee wildfires
2016 - My People Fund
2016 - Special Merit Scholarship
2017 - $1 million donation
2020 - Coronavirus efforts
This website is the host of information concerning Dolly's Dollywood Foundation and Imagination Library. The Dollywood Foundation offers scholarships to high schoolers and distributes funds to the people affected by fire destruction. The Imagination Library distributes book donations to organizations and children under 5.
"We are all God's children"
Dolly opens up about her continued support for members of the LGBTQ+ community, stating that other christians should be less inclined to judge others. In this video Dolly claims her support to all forms of love.
Jad Abumrad recounts his 9-part series "Dolly Parton's America" where he interviewed Dolly 12 separate times diving into her personal identity and many experiences as a globally famous musician and philanthropist.