NASHVILLE, TN – JUNE 10: Naomi Judd performs on the Riverfront Park Stage on June 10, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)

The estate of Naomi Judd has announced that fans will get to see artifacts and memorabilia from her own collection through a series of virtual exhibits starting on May 1st.

Definitive Authentic and Mercy Community Healthcare, are working with Naomi’s family to curate behind-the-scenes photos, handwritten letters, awards, music video scripts and more to be displayed through the Definitive Authentic platform.

Naomi’s husband, gospel singer Larry Strickland says, “It is such a blessing for me to honor my wife’s life by giving the fans a look into the detailed archives that Naomi kept all of these years…I now see that these were more than just things. These were her memories, our memories.”

A portion of the proceeds from the exhibits) will be donated to The Naomi Judd Mental Health Clinic: A Bridge to Hope – a brand new mental health wing at Mercy Community Healthcare in Franklin, Tennessee.