Breaking Benjamin and Five Finger Death Punch have been treking across the world on their co-headlining tour which they have two legs of the tour. The bands teamed up to donate money from their ticket sales to aid two organizations and then did it again on their second leg of the tour which just ended this week with an additional $60,000 given from this fall tour leg.
The tour wrapped up on Tuesday, December 11th and they revealed that they would be giving $30,000 to VETPAW (Veterans Empowered to Protect African Wildlife) courtesy of Five Finger Death Punch and the other $30,000 went to aid St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital courtesy of Breaking Benjamin.
Between the bands co-headlining summer and fall tours, Five Finger Death Punch and Breaking Benjamin have combined to donate over $250,000 to charities just this past year. Five Finger Death Punch are out in support of their latest record, And Justice For None, whilst Breaking Benjamin is supporting their latest record, Ember.
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Last show on the tour and basically the last show in 2018 – saying good bye to our brothers @breakingbenjamin (love these guys) – AND! Today We are donating $30,000 to a Veterans organization – @vetpaw – They are highly skilled combat veterans utilizing their skills to protect endangered species (🐘🦏) – by operating anti poaching units on the ground and training local rangers.View this post on Instagram
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