The band recently returned with their first new recordings in 15 years.
Fans have also raised over $170,000 for Jeanise Jones personally.
The second sizable donation from Metallica’s All Within My Hands Foundation.
The music site has also pledged a yearly $30,000 donation to organizations fighting for racial justice and equal opportunity.
Specifically for Fetch the Bolt Cutters tracks “Shameika” and “Heavy Balloon”.
The pop icon is helping to protect inmates and guards from COVID-19.
Detroit is one of the worst coronavirus hotspots in the country.
The Barbados pop star teamed up with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to make the sizable donation.
The funds will go to the New South Wales Rural Fire Service and the Country Fire Authority in Victoria.
The band’s All Within My Hands foundation made a similar donation last year as California again copes with wildfires.
The pledge was made through the actor’s newly launched Earth Alliance initiative Amazon Forest Fund.
The West family once again steps up to help those in need.