Good people doing good things.
Linkin Park have given an update on their charity, Music For Relief.
They're teaming up with The Entertainment Industry Foundation, to become their official crisis relief program.
They'll continue to provide "aid to survivors of natural disasters around the world."
"Contributions to the Music For Relief program will support front-line efforts and deploy critical aid and disaster relief services whenever and wherever they are needed."
Here are some examples of Music For Relief's work:
"My bandmates and I founded Music for Relief in the spirit of collaboration; recognizing that we could do more in partnership with others," guitarist Brad Delson told Billboard.
"Joining forces with EIF exemplifies the teamwork that will make both entities stronger. The Entertainment Industry Foundation has the capability to activate the entertainment community around a cause, which is what we set out to achieve with Music for Relief."
"Music for Relief will allow EIF the capability to harness the power of the entertainment community to help make a meaningful difference in the lives of those affected by natural disasters around the globe," commented EIF CEO Nicole Sexton.
"It's an honor to be their strategic partner in amplifying the Music for Relief mission, and mobilizing the creative community to respond immediately to future global disasters.”
For more information about Music For Relief, or to offer your support, head here.
The 320 Changes Direction campaign has also launched, in honour of Chester Bennington.
It will serve as "a resource – 320 – for friends and family members who are seeking answers to questions about mental health, mental illness and addiction – so that they can support the people in their lives who are suffering emotionally." For more info or to donate, head here.