Carrie Underwood is a country music do-gooder.
The singer has jumped the pond for a mission trip in Haiti with a nonprofit organization called Danita’s Children.
While Carrie has yet to tweet about her overseas trip, one of her fellow workers has.
“The girls of the trip getting ready to cross the D.R. (Dominican Republic)/Haiti boarder this morning,” attendee Rhea Lauren captioned a photo, which includes Carrie. “Excited for our first day. So proud of everyone and how much we were able to accomplish! @danitaschildren #haiti #dentalmissiontrip”
According to their website, Danita’s Children was founded in 1999 and “exists to answer the need for orphan rescue and care in Haiti and around the world.”
Among the other women included in the photo is Carrie’s close friend Ivey Childers, the owner of IveyCake, a bakery in Brentwood, Tenn.
Watch Cody's latest interview with Carrie backstage at the CMT Music Awards below.
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