Honor Society: “Doing the Most Good” 24/7

The guys behind the band Honor Society have been on the road nonstop lately, performing at venues across the U.S. and Canada in support of The Salvation Army‘s Red Kettle Campaign. We’ve posted frequently about their tour schedule and involvement with the December 17th Rock the Red Kettle concert.

They may be rocking out at night but in between concerts, the guys spend their days volunteering at various Salvation Army locations; serving food, washing dishes, and offering a listening ear to the less fortunate who rely on The Salvation Army for food, shelter and support each day.

The Salvation Army is so thankful for the support, hard work and sacrifice of band members Alex, Andrew, Jason & Michael. They are truly an inspiration to “Do the Most Good” in our own communities.

The above video highlights some of the footage taken while volunteering at Salvation Army locations. The band will continue touring and volunteering until their final show on December 18. Check out the full Rock the Red Kettle national tour schedule here.

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