In February of 2017, we announced the formation of All Within My Hands. The Foundation aims to assist and enrich the lives of members of the communities who have supported the band for years, as well as encourage participation from fans and friends. All funds raised will be donated to a cross-section of national and local charities... every penny from your donations will go directly to our charity partners.
Day of Service 2019
Join us on May 22, 2019 - in cooperation with Feeding America - to give back to your community!
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With the second annual All Within My Hands Day of Service just around the corner on May 22nd, James Hetfield and Rob Trujillo explain to Steffan Chirazi why it is one of the most important days on the Metallica calendar.
When Metallica met with professor, philanthropist and new acquaintance Dr. Edward H. Frank in 2017 to consult on its new All Within My Hands (AWMH) charitable foundation, Frank advised the heavy metal titans to "do no harm" by steering clear of potentially contentious causes.
Meanwhile, Spokane Community College and North Idaho College are getting in on the trend by offering scholarships to students who want to pursue careers in health, information technology and manufacturing. Grants are made available through the Metallica Scholars program, which awarded 10 colleges nationwide including SCC and NIC.
At every stop on the WorldWired Tour throughout North American and Europe, either All Within My Hands or Metallica have donated $10,000 to a local food bank within each community the band visits. In November 2018, AWMH held its inaugural benefit: The Helping Hands Concert & Auction. Metallica headlined with a rare acoustic performance.