Country singer RaeLynn is doing her part to help support music education in schools. The 20-year-old is joining forces with the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) and the Give a Note Foundation to help celebrate Music in Our Schools Month, which occurs yearly in March and celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2015.

RaeLynn co-wrote a song, 'Always Sing,' with songwriters Nicolle Galyon and Jimmy Robbins, for music students all across the country. As part of the initiative, students are invited to submit a video of their school ensemble performing 'Always Sing' to be entered to win surprises, which are still to be announced.

The contest is part of the Music in Our Schools Tour, which will kick off on March 1 and is sponsored by the Give a Note Foundation and Big Machine Label Group. As part of the tour, the former 'The Voice' contestant will perform at up to five schools, which will also receive a $1,000 grant. More information, including school submission details, can be found here.

Last year's Music in Our Schools Month was also supported by a previous contestant on 'The Voice.' Danielle Bradbery traveled to five different schools last March to support the worthwhile cause.

RaeLynn's current single, 'God Made Girls,' is in the Top 20 and climbing. The song is the highest-charting debut single by a solo female artist in 2014, and its accompanying video has already garnered more than 4 million views.

The songstress will hit the road with Miranda Lambert in 2015 for Lambert's Certified Platinum Tour. See a list of all of RaeLynn's upcoming concerts here.