Carrie Underwood

Country music hit-maker Carrie Underwood is auctioning off her dirt bike and other items to help out an organization close to her heart. More information here!

Country music powerhouse Carrie Underwood is parting ways with her 2014 Honda dirt bike for a great reason— to help support Danita’s Children, an organization dedicated to assisting vulnerable children and families in Haiti.

The star’s husband, retired NHL player Mike Fisher, is a director on the board for Danita’s Children, which provides “education, nutrition, medical and dental care, and Christ-like love to the children and families we serve. We believe through our teachers, mentors, and house parents we are raising children to discover their purpose and to become the future leaders of Haiti.”

The charitable organization is located in the northeast region of Haiti in the village of Ouanaminthe, near the border with the Dominican Republic. Its stateside office is based in Franklin, Tennessee.

If you would like to place a bid for Carrie’s dirt bike, go here. (Current bid is $3,250.) Check out the bike’s description below:

“You can be the owner of the dirt bike Carrie learned to ride on at her home in Nashville, and posted a video of herself on it! Bike info: 2014 Honda Dirt Bike. Model CRF125FBE, Red. If buyer so chooses Carrie is happy to autograph the number plate on the front of the motorcycle.”


The online auction closes on the night of Sunday, October 15th. Other unique items being auctioned off to benefit Danita’s Children includes an array of musical instruments signed by Carrie, Reba McEntire, Vince Gill, Keith Urban, and Brad Paisley, hockey memorabilia, event tickets, and more. Check out all the items up for bid here.

It’s awesome to see Carrie and Mike put forth so much effort when it comes to their ongoing humanitarian work. The generous couple is involved in a variety of charitable causes and are serious about giving back— from little ones in Haiti to young female athletes in the United States to victims of modern day slavery. Bravo to this big-hearted pair!

Watch Carrie take it for a spin below!

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