Kip Moore‘s charitable initiative, “Comeback Kid Skatepark Project,” is a project that provides an outlet for those who enjoy skateboarding, a passion that is very much a part of his personal lifestyle. Four major inner cities have already embraced this project, Nashville, Boston, San Marcos and Annapolis, and the city of Cincinnati will be the newest addition in this first phase with an official opening date set for July 27.
CBS This Morning‘s Jan Crawford visited with Moore at his Nashville Comeback Kid Skatepark to talk about this project of his and how it means so much to him. (watch below)
“Comeback Kid Skatepark Project” is a part of “Kip’s Kids Fund,” a donor-advised fund through The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee (CFMT) focused on youth and teens. For additional details and to make a donation, please visit here.
The name of the charitable project is inspired by his personal anthem, “Comeback Kid,” that can be found on Moore’s sophomore album, WILD ONES.
Currently, Kip Moore is out on the road with Miranda Lambert on the Keeper of the Flame Tour as well as several additional tour dates. For a full list of upcoming performances, please visit kipmoore.net/tour.