Münchner Tafel e.V. – a food bank established in 1994 providing food to people in need with the help of over 650 volunteers who collect food from supermarkets, restaurants, markets and farms that is then distributed to over 100 social facilities – was the recipient of the money raised by the Metallica show in Munich, Germany.
Banki Żywności - an association of 32 Polish food banks whose mission is to prevent food waste and reduce malnutrition by acquiring food from a variety of sources which they then distribute to local charity organizations and social welfare facilities - was the recipient of the money raised by the Metallica show in Kraków, Poland.
Leipziger Tafel - a food bank that collects, stores and distributes food donations to 7 different social facilities and offers special programs and activities for over 15,000 families and children in need - was the recipient of the money raised by the Metallica show in Leipzig, Germany.
Kirkens Bymisjon/The Church City Mission – a nonprofit organization that runs cafes, meeting spaces and activity centers for the homeless as well as rehabilitation centers, family counseling, a 24-hour crises hotline, and day centers & nursing homes for the elderly – was the recipient of the money raised by the Metallica show in Oslo, Norway.
Stockholm City Mission / Stockholms Stadsmission – an organization that runs open centers for the homeless, activity centers for poor children, families and the elderly, and educational activities and social enterprises as well as a food bank with a social supermarket that sells food to the poor at a low cost – was the recipient of the money raised by the Metallica show in Stockholm, Sweden.
Hurstin Apu Ry – a well-known organization that helps everyone in need regardless of their background or current situation, gives out free food and clothes twice a week to 2500-3000 people, and organizes events for the poor on Independence Day and Christmas Eve – was the recipient of the money raised by the Metallica show in Helsinki, Finland.