Video Premiere: Honor Society's 'White Christmas'
Honor Society show fans what they are doing to help the community. In a black-and-white music video for single "White Christmas", the band's members are seen bringing The Salvation Army red bucket to New York streets to raise funds for the non-profit organization.
"We partnered with the Salvation Army to shoot a special music video for White Christmas and we hope you enjoy it," they said on The Salvation Army official website. "Please show your support by joining our Kettle Team and donating to the Salvation Army. We truly appreciate it and love you all so much. Here's to happy, healthy, and fun 2010 with all of you."
"White Christmas" is one of the singles listed in Radio Disney's seven-track compilation album "All Wrapped Up Vol. 2". Beside Honor Society, there are also Jesse McCartney, Jonas Brothers and Selena Gomez contributing to the studio project which has been in stores since October.
Honor Society's "White Christmas" music video
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