Honor Society Shows Love by Doing the Most Good

By now you’ve probably heard us say a thing or two about hit band Honor Society.

First and foremost, it’s important to note that the guys behind the band are literally some of the best people you’ll ever come across.

For the second year in a row, the group promoted The Salvation Army’s 120th annual Red Kettle Campaign through their ‘Rock the Red Kettle tour’ which included cities across the US and Canada and wrapped up in late December. In between shows the guys were not only traveling but stopping at various Salvation Army locations across the way to lend their helping (most likely calloused guitar playing) hands to hours of volunteer work. From fundraising to personally meeting the end results of our social service programs, band members Alex, Michael, Andrew and Jason were entrenched in Salvation Army work for six straight weeks while on tour.

And they did it all.

They served food to the homeless. They got their hands dirty in the kitchens of our shelters (leather coat sleeves rolled up, apron on!). They distributed Christmas gifts to families in need who participated in our Angel Giving Tree program, offered a listening ear to the struggling, and put a smile on the faces of disadvantaged children by playing dodge ball or simply hanging out. Throughout all of this, the guys put on their bell ringer hats and collected donations outside of grocery stores for our Red Kettle Campaign. In the evenings, of course, the talented foursome lit up the stage with flawless performances for their fans.

Just a typical day on tour with the band!

The time and energy that Honor Society devoted to The Salvation Army for the last two months reveals the band’s awesome dedication to volunteering, giving back, and showing love to those who need it most. We cannot thank them enough for their fabulous partnership throughout this holiday season and for their amazing support as individuals outside of the tour. They truly are “Doing the Most Good”.

Thanks again, Honor Society!

Check out the video below to see Part 3 of their “Doing the Most Good” series, featuring clips from their time with The Salvation Army:

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