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Carrie created the C.A.T.S. Foundation as a means of giving back to her community.
Underwood is a supporter of The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and has done several public service announcements for the organization. She also supports PETA.
She also supports the United Service Organization.
“Everybody has the power to do something, to be a contributing force,” she says, “and I would rather people look back on my life and say, ‘She made the world a better place.’ We can all do things like that, and I believe that when opportunities arise for you to do good, you should do good.”

Country music star Carrie Underwood has established a new fund to aid her hometown of Checotah.

The Grammy Award-winning singer announced through her publicist Wednesday afternoon the creation of C.A.T.S., which stands for the Checotah Animal, Town and School Foundation.
"My hometown is extremely supportive of me, and I feel blessed to be able to create something as a way of giving back; to say thank you,” Underwood said in the news release.

The C.A.T.S. Foundation will "help with general causes, needs and services” in the Checotah area. Private resources will fund its efforts.

Information on the C.A.T.S. Foundation’s first donation to the community will be announced soon, according to the release.

Since winning the reality TV contest "American Idol” in 2005, Underwood has been involved in many charitable efforts, particularly on behalf of the Humane Society of the United States. Last weekend, she and several fellow country stars performed for soldiers and their families at the "Salute to the Troops” concert at Fort Campbell, on the Kentucky- Tennessee line.

Earlier this summer, she joined the nonprofit organization Teachers Count’s "Behind Every Famous Person Is a Fabulous Teacher” campaign and decorated a guitar for a special auction benefiting the Grand Ole Opry’s Opry Trust Fund.

The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame announced last week that it will induct Underwood in September as part of its 2009 class.

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