This week, Texas country singer Casey Donahew organized a now-viral crowdfunding campaign for assist teachers with school supply shopping.

After teachers began replying to Donahew on Twitter with links to their supply wishlists, the singer tweeted a message Saturday to three Texas politicians, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, Gov. Greg Abbott, and U.S. Rep. Dan Crenshaw. He wrote, "what's the deal? Teachers are blowing up my time line for school supplies..... this is Texas let get this fixed...." 

Ok@tedcruz@GregAbbott_TX@DanCrenshawTX what’s the deal? Teachers are blowing up my time line for school supplies..... this is Texas let get this fixed....#FixIt#clearthelists

— Casey Donahew (@caseydband)August 3, 2019  

Donahew credits Courtney Jones, who is behind the Twitter account @support_a_teach, for raising awareness about teacher-funded classroom supplies. Jones' hashtag #clearthelists has been used by educators on Twitter to share links to their personal classroom shopping lists.   

The singer reached out to fellow musicians online and shared the supply lists with followers, and on multiple occasions, teachers had all of their wishlist items purchased. But after receiving so many requests, Donahew created the "Clear the lists" campaign on GoFundMe. He tweeted, "Fellow Texans, I need help to keep #clearthelists this problem is bigger then I can handle on my own!"

Fellow Texans, I need help to keep#clearthelists this problem is bigger then I can handle on my own! Donate now 100% of everything given goes to#clearthelists if you're a teacher who has sent us your list, we won't stop till we have you all cleared!https://t.co/UCTpPNPBDl

— Casey Donahew (@caseydband)August 3, 2019

The GoFundMe description reads:

"The problem with the lack of supplies being provided in our school class rooms is a problem bigger then you and me. Let's work together to raise money to #clearthelist for these amazing teachers! Education is the foundation to everything!"   The crowdfunding campaign even reached Khloe Kardashian. The reality TV star wrote in a Sunday tweet, "Thank you to ALL of our teachers out there!! I donated!"  

Thank you to ALL of our teachers out there!! I donated! If anyone can help#clearthelists I know our youth and teachers will appreciate even the smallest donation. bless you alwayshttps://t.co/wvSNlfFKCQ

— Khloé (@khloekardashian)August 5, 2019   Kardashian wasn't the only high-profile celebrity to donate to the cause. On Sunday, YouTube star Jeffree Star announced he had made a $25,00 donation. He wrote on Twitter, "I was so blown away yesterday learning about so many school teachers in need of supplies for their students! I want to bring more attention to this and help @support_a_teach's movement!"   

I was so blown away yesterday learning about so many school teachers in need of supplies for their students! I want to bring more attention to this and help@support_a_teach's movement!  I just donated $25,000.. please share & help:https://t.co/Yp4hTFZE2K

— Jeffree Star (@JeffreeStar)August 4, 2019   According to the GoFundMe page, the campaign has received more than 600 donors and 20,000 shares. It currently has raised more than $50,000 with a goal of $75,000.