Metallica Donate £40,000 To A Homeless Charity In Manchester
Ahead of the Manchester stop on their WorldWired tour last night, Metallica donated £40,000 to a local homeless charity called Coffee4Craig.
Metallica’s nonprofit foundation All Within My Hands posted a picture of the band handing over the money, along with a message that read, “Thank you to all the fans attending #MetInManchester tonight for joining Metallica in supporting Coffee4Craig, as they support vulnerable people in their community.”
According to the foundation, this amount of money will fund the charity for a full year.
Thank you to all the fans attending #MetInManchester tonight for joining @Metallica in supporting @Coffee4Craig, as they support vulnerable people in their community. #MetallicaGivesBack #AWMH pic.twitter.com/HDnUUoozmX— All Within My Hands Foundation (@AWMHFoundation) June 18, 2019
Metallica’s All Within My Hands foundation was founded in 2017, and is dedicated to creating sustainable communities by supporting workforce education, the fight against hunger, and other critical local services. The website showcases scholars who have funded their education through the foundation and changed their lives for the better.
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