Dolly Parton gets Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy

Cart Parton's honor proceeds.

The Tennessee Warbler is only days from being accepted into the Wild Lobby of Notoriety.

Yet, last week he was commended for his altruistic work.

He acknowledged the Carnegie Decoration of Altruism in New York on Thursday.

Why this matters: When she acknowledged the decoration, Parton promised to keep extending her beneficent work.

"I'm very glad and regarded to be a piece of anything that makes the world a superior spot," Parton said.

"I simply trust I can keep on doing beneficial things." Condition of the game: His dream library is as yet developing.

The program that sends kids another book every month until they are 5 years of age as of now sends around 2 million books month to month, as per the Related Press.