Five Finger Death Punch To Donate Portion Of Ticket Revenue To Support Homeless Youth

Five Finger Death Punch have announced that they will donate a portion of their upcoming tour ticket revenue to support homeless youth.

The beneficiary is Covenant House, a nonprofit organization dedicated to house, feed, educate, provide job assistance, mental health services and healthcare to homeless youth in 34 locations across the Americas.

Five Finger Death Punch will be supporting Covenant House’s Youth Homelessness Awareness Month campaign by posting important facts and links to resources about the issues facing the survivors of human trafficking and youth homelessness.

The heavy metal band from Las Vegas has been teaming up with various organization to raise awareness of many of these issues for over a decade.

“Many of our songs and music videos speak directly to the issues being addressed by Covenant House,” said Five Finger Death Punch vocalist Ivan Moody. “Our commitment to donating to support their programs and using our platform to raise awareness perfectly aligns with the band’s and our fans’ values.”

FFDP is currently touring across 8 countries with Metallica and has 14 upcoming concerts.

Their next show is scheduled to take place at The Dome at America’s Center in St Louis on Sunday.

(Photo: Travis Shinn)

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