Theory of a Deadman will be selling something special to support Hollywood for Habitat for Humanity on their upcoming tour dates. The band has announced that they will be selling $5 bracelets at their shows to benefit the non-profit organization, whose goal is to “eliminating substandard housing worldwide and supporting affordable homeownership.”
“We thought that it was a great idea to get involved and donate our time and help make a difference by building a house later this year," said frontman Tyler Connolly in a statement. “The band and I decided to direct our efforts toward helping a family in my Los Angeles community. We're encouraging fans to pick up a wristband offered at our merch booth this summer. The proceeds will be donated to HFH GLA and help them with their mission of building hope, lives and communities every day.”
In addition, the band is auctioning off up two unique VIP packages to benefit the charity. Fans can bid for the chance to win tickets, meet the band and take home a signed guitar at the band's upcoming concerts in Biloxi and Philadelphia, set to take place on July 21 and July 25, respectively. You can bid on the packages at CharityBuzz.com from now until Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET.
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