METALLICA's 'All Within My Hands' Foundation Announces Second Annual 'Day Of Service'

METALLICA's 'All Within My Hands' Foundation Announces Second Annual 'Day Of Service'

Last year's first-ever All Within My Hands "Day Of Service" enlisted more than 1,000 volunteers to spend a day working at local food banks across the U.S.

And now the All Within My Hands Foundation announces its second annual Day Of Service on Wednesday, May 22. Once again, METALLICA fans across the U.S. are invited to volunteer for a day at food banks in communities that have supported METALLICA on its North American dates over the course of the "WorldWired" tour.

In cooperation with Feeding America, METALLICA and All Within My Hands have been proud to make contributions to their local partners in those cities. Now, once again, they humbly ask their friends across the country to supporting the fight against hunger in their neighborhoods.

More than 50 food banks will be participating in this year's activities — more than twice as many as last year — and each registered volunteer will receive a special All Within My Hands T-shirt commemorating our united Day Of Service. Please note that space is limited and therefore registering in advance is mandatory. Unfortunately, it will not be possible to accept walk-ins.

For a complete list of participating food banks and information on how to register to volunteer, go to Metallica.com or AllWithinMyHands.org.

Those who do not live near one of the participating food banks, or are otherwise unavailable on May 22, are encouraged to visit FeedingAmerica.org to see how they can contribute.

In its first six months of operation, All Within My Hands donated more than $750,000 to local food banks around the world — a practice the band and the Foundation continued on METALLICA's recent North American tour. They've donated $10,000 to local food banks in every city and met dedicated people who focus their daily lives on helping others.

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