Faith Hill says her daughters are a lot smarter about needs in the world than she was at their age. The country star joined a group of entertainers Wednesday night at Music City's Schermerhorn Symphony Center for Nashville4Africa, a benefit concert to help send medical supplies to and educate children in Sudan and Uganda.

"When I was much younger I didn't understand the global need for education," Faith told The Boot. "I thought everyone had to go to school."

She went on to say that her 10-year old daughter, Maggie, has been collecting money for children in Kenya. "She brought it with her tonight in a big zip lock bag, and she is going to give it to the kids in the African Children's Choir," the singer said proudly. "Maggie has a huge understanding of the needs of the world and she's taught me a lot."

Faith performed a rocking rendition of 'This Little Light of Mine' during the concert with the African Children's Choir, much to the delight of the audience. She told The Boot that after meeting the kids in the choir, "I totally fell in love."

"Anytime I can do something to help children I am there," she continued. "It's important to build schools for these children. We need to be aware as parents that there are things we can do to help children around the world. I'm interested in learning more about this project and what can be done to help these kids."

Other celebrities on the show included Keith Urban, Dierks Bentley, Brad Arnold of 3 Doors Down, Damien Horne, Third Day, Jars of Clay and Big & Rich's 'Big' Kenny Alphin, who spearheaded the event.