Five Finger Death Punch's Ivan Moody continues to be in the giving spirit as we head into the holiday season. After recently reaching out to a non-profit organization in Colorado Springs to provide sleeping bags to homeless youths, he also made sure that the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul received similar aid.

As reported by Minneapolis-St. Paul's 93X, Moody reached out to the radio station to coordinate an effort to provide sleeping bags for one of the shelters in the area. On Tuesday (Nov. 20), just prior to the band's show at the Target Center, the singer donated 50 sleeping bags to Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis.

Moody made the presentation as seen in the photo above and additional photos via 93X right here.

Five Finger Death Punch are currently on tour with Breaking Benjamin, continuing their co-headlining run from earlier this summer. During the summer tour, both acts earmarked a portion of their ticket sales to charities with Five Finger Death Punch donating $95,000 to C.O.P.S. - Concerns of Police Survivors, while Breaking Benjamin gave $95,000 to Prevent Child Abuse America.  The current North American tour runs through Dec. 11 in Portland, Maine. See the remaining stops here.

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