Dolly Parton released her new children’s album “I Believe In You” on Friday and she marked the occasion with a special visit to Monroe Carell Jr. Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital in Nashville.
The hospital is very near and dear to Dolly’s heart since her neice Hannah Dennison spent about four years battling leukemia there. In fact, two of the songs on the album, “Chemo Hero,” and “Brave Little Soldier,” where written for Hannah, who is now healthy.
But Dolly didn’t just visit with families at the hospital, which is already great. She also announced that she is making a $1 million donation to the hospital, "in honor of my niece Hannah and all the superhero kids."