Five Finger Death Punch is partnering with Covenant House, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping homeless and at-risk youth. The band is 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.
Five Finger Death Punch vocalist Ivan Moody, who has faced addiction and mental health challenges himself, is passionate about helping young people in need. He says, "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."
Covenant House President & CEO Bill Bedrossian says, "We are so grateful to the band and their entire team for their support of young people served by Covenant House." He continues, "It is clear that youth homelessness and its connections to foster care and human trafficking are deeply personal to the band. By using their voice to raise awareness about these critical issues, to their vast audience, so many will benefit from knowing there is a community of support, partnering with Covenant House to address the needs of young people experiencing homelessness in the Americas.”
Whether you are a Five Finger Death Punch fan, or just care about helping young people in need, we encourage you to visit Covenant House's website to learn more about the organization and how you can get involved.