Hard Rock and Metal band Five Finger Death Punch, who are currently touring with Metallica, have announced their support of Covenant House, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping homeless and at-risk youth.
Hoping to make a meaningful impact in the lives of survivors of human trafficking and youth homelessness, Five Finger Death Punch is committing to donating a portion of its upcoming tour ticket revenue to support Covenant House’s programs to “house, feed, educate, provide job assistance, mental health services and healthcare to homeless youth across the Americas.”
Starting in November, the band will be supporting Covenant House’s Youth Homelessness Awareness Month campaign by posting key facts and links to resources about the issues facing the survivors of human trafficking and youth homelessness.
Vocalist Ivan Moody, who recently opened an intensive outpatient facility focusing on treating addiction and mental health disorders, shares:
Many of our songs and music videos speak directly to the issues being addressed by Covenant House.
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.
With 34 locations across the Americas, Covenant House is a nonprofit organization with a mission to “provide shelter, support, and comprehensive services to youth facing homelessness.”
Fans of the band are being encouraged to visit Covenant House’s website.