Photo by Hristo Shindov

Five Finger Death Punch Team with Covenant House To Combat Youth Homelessness

- By Ramon Gonzales

The band will donate a portion of ticket sales to the organization to help with essential resources and prompt awareness for Youth Homeless Awareness Month.

Photo by Hristo Shindov 

Record-breaking, platinum selling, arena-sized rock vets Five Finger Death Punch has announced a special partnership with Covenant House to draw awareness and increase efforts to combat youth homeless. The campaign is for the month of November which is Youth Homeless Awareness Month. 

Covenant House is a nationally recognized non-profit organization with 34 locations across the Americas, Covenant House works with impacted youth to provide shelter, support, and comprehensive services ranging from job assistance, mental health services and healthcare to those facing homelessness.

Throughout the month of November, Five Finger Death Punch will be supporting the campaign by sharing important facts as well as steering fans to vital resources about the reality of survivors of human trafficking and those effected by youth homelessness.

Additionally, Five Finger Death Punch has pledged a portion of ticket sales to help Covenant House continue their vital work with those in need. 

FFDP vocalist Ivan Moody spoke about the significance of the campaign and how the band is eager to join in the efforts. "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."

"We are so grateful to the band and their entire team for their support of young people served by Covenant House," said Covenant House President & CEO Bill Bedrossian. "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.”

Get more information on the Youth Homeless Awareness Month campaign with Covenant House and Five Finger Death Punch - HERE


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