Five Finger Death Punch and Breaking Benjamin finished their fall co-headlining tour earlier this week on Tuesday (December 11th) and announced that they raised $60,000 for charity from the trek, following the$190,000 that the two bands racked up from their summer tour earlier this year.From the fall tour, $30,000 will be going to VETPAW (Veterans Empowered to Protect African Wildlife) courtesy of Five Finger Death Punch, while $30,000 will go to the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital courtesy of Breaking Benjamin. Between the summer and fall tours, the two acts have combined to donate over $250,000 to charities over the past year.