Metallica’s non-profit ‘All With In My Hands Foundation’ announced their newest sponsorship, Wolverine Boots, by sharing new posts and a picture of James Hetfield on the official Twitter account.
All With In My Hand Foundation is founded in February 2017 by Metallica to make the world a better place. They are supporting the musical education programs, fighting against hunger, and more. To do so, they are donating the funds to national and local charities.
Today, the foundation announced its new partnership with Wolverine Boots and stated that they are supporting the ‘Metallica Scholars’ program, which is helping and supporting the community colleges, technical education programs, and more.
Furthermore, James Hetfield took his place for the promotion of the partnership and posed for the camera. He was holding a black boot of the company and wearing a grey t-shirt. Also, he was looking so charismatic while wearing a grey hat and sunglasses.
Here is the official statement from the organization:
“We are so grateful for our new partners, Wolverine Boots for joining us in supporting our Metallica Scholars program. Wolverine has created two new limited-edition boots in collaboration with All With In My Hands, which are currently available for pre-order, with proceeds benefiting our scholars.
Wolverine is also providing every Metallica Scholars student with their own pair of work boots, and funding grants for three of our participating community colleges! Visit the website to learn more.”
You can read the tweets below.
Wolverine is also providing every Metallica Scholars student with their own pair of work boots, and funding grants for three of our participating community colleges! Visit https://t.co/ntduh4obfV to learn more. #MetallicaGivesBack pic.twitter.com/EYjywPec67— All Within My Hands Foundation (@AWMHFoundation) August 11, 2020