AUSTIN, Texas — The "clear the lists" campaign has been growing in popularity as a way for people to help teachers prepare for the school year.
Country music artists have caught wind of the movement and have joined in to help clear several teachers' back-to-school lists as the new school year approaches.
Casey Donahew, Josh Abbott and Wade Bowen are just a few of the artists contributing.
Casey Donahew started a GoFundMe to raise money and, as of Aug. 5, there has been more than $47,000 raised of their $75,000 goal.
The artists have been tweeting at the teachers as they work to continue to clear their lists.
If you would like to donate, you can go to Casey Donahew's GoFundMe.