Carrie Underwood has raised over $100,000 for Save The Children with her 'My Savior: Live From The Ryman' live-stream.
The Grammy-winner played a special Easter Sunday gig live from The Ryman in Nashville, Tennessee, and performed traditional hymns covered on her new album, My Savior.
The concert is available to watch for 48-hours only on her Facebook page and the donations will provide much-needed funds for the children's charity.
Carrie said of the performance: "It means so much to be able to bring this event to people in their homes on a day that holds so much meaning for us spiritually and to be able to raise much-needed funds and awareness for the incredible work of Save the Children as we celebrate the importance of family."
Meanwhile, the 38-year-old country pop star recently admitted she has missed being able to use her musical "gift" to entertain fans at shows.
The Love Wins hitmaker admitted: "I love singing so much. I forget how much I love it until I haven't gotten to do it for awhile, which was all last year! Other than being in the studio, of course. But being on stage and having a microphone in my hand, I feel so at home. I feel at peace. I love being on the Ryman stage and singing these songs that I love so much.
"Life is so much better with a soundtrack, right? No matter what I'm doing if I've got music on, it just seems to make things better. People connect to it, people relate to it. It's a need. There's a reason the birds sing, there's a reason people walk around humming, and we've all been given the gift of loving music or playing music. It is a gift."