Honor Society Does Good, Teams Up With The Salvation Army For The Rock The Red Kettle Tour

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The only thing better than being hot and talented is being hot, talented and charitable. Not only are pop-rockers (and thanksGIFing alums) of Honor Society owning the soul-pop music game, but they're doing good at the same time: Honor Society has teamed up with the Salvation Army for the "Rock The Red Kettle" tour. During the day, the guys volunteer in each city they travel to at a Salvation Army location organizing food drives, toy drives and helping serve food to those in need. At night, they melt faces + hearts onstage. Kinda like Superman... or something.

To raise more awareness on all the good The Salvation Army is doing, the boys have created a video that documents their "Rock The Red Kettle" experience and speaks of their incredible partnership with the charity. Shot beautifully in black and white, the video shows Honor Society doing everything from playing a rousing game of dodgeball with underserved kids to standing outside with the famous Red Kettle asking for donations.

If you want to see the "Red Kettle" tour in all its glory, stop by a special Rock The Red Kettle show this Saturday, Dec. 17, at the Universal CityWalk in L.A. with special guests Colbie Caillat, or check out the final show of the tour Sunday, Dec. 18, at the Roxy. And find out how you can do more and give back every day at MTV Act. Charity is sexy, guys. Get involved.

+ Watch Honor Society team up with The Salvation Army for "Rock The Red Kettle":