Five Finger Death Punch and Breaking Benjamin have donated a portion of the ticket sales from their recent summer co-headlining tour to charity. The two bands gave a total of $190,000 to two organizations close to their hearts. The first $95,000 went from Five Finger Death Punch to Concerns Of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.), whose mission is rebuilding shattered lives of survivors and co-workers affected by line of duty deaths. Breaking Benjamin, meanwhile, donated its $95,000 to Prevent Child Abuse America, which counteracts the abuse and neglect of the nation’s children by promoting services that improve child well-being and developing programs that help prevent all types of abuse and neglect. The two bands recently announced that they will continue their road trip together this fall, starting on November 6th in Wichita, Kansas, and finishing on December 11th in Portland, Maine. The fall leg will feature support from either Bad Wolves or In Flames on selected dates, with From Ashes To New opening up for the entire run.