Alan Jackson Leverages New Song to Build 300 Habitat for Humanity Homes

Alan Jackson Habitat for Humanity

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Alan Jackson uses his gift to provide shelter for those in need.

Alan Jackson‘s song “You Can Always Come Home” from his Angels and Alcohol album is acting as the cornerstone for a push to build more than 300 Habitat for Humanity homes around the United States. Well-known building products maker Ply Gem is sponsoring the “Home for Good” campaign, which is also hosting a two-week online contest that will fly two winners home to be with their families during the holidays.

“I’m honored to partner with Ply Gem and Habitat for Humanity on their goal to build 300 homes,” shared Jackson. “Everyone deserves a place they can call home.”

Want to win a trip to go home for the holidays? Enter Alan Jackson’s ‘You Can Always Come Home’ for the Holidays Contest with Ply Gem #AJHomeForTheHolidays

Posted by Alan Jackson on Monday, November 23, 2015

The legendary country singer-songwriter from rural Newnan, Georgia will also be a part of a Builders Blitz in the Nashville area during the CMA Music Festival next June. The lyric video for the track from his latest album, Angels & Alcohol, highlights photos of the lovely Jackson family and can be viewed below.