SideOneDummy's Joe Sib is spearheading a special charity event to benefit Wheels for Humanity. The group refurbishes donated wheelchairs and hand fits them to children and adults with disabilities in developing nations.

To that end he has enlisted a number of acts including Against Me!, The Bronx, The Riverboat Gamblers and Chuck Ragan (Hot Water Music) backed by members of Flogging Molly. The night will also feature a special version of Punk Rock Karaoke (comprised of NOFX's Eric Melvin, Bad Religion/ Circle Jerk's Greg Hetson, Agent Orange/ The Adolescents' Steve Soto, and Social Distortion/ Agent Orange's Derek O'Brien) with vocal performances by a rotating cast including Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio, Jim Lindberg of Pennywise, Chris Cheney of The Living End, Mike Ness of Social Distortion and Trever Keith formerly of Face to Face.

Sib explained his desire to work with the charity:
It has nothing to do with religion, race or ethnicity and it doesn't matter if you are republican, democrat or apolitical. We are giving the gift of mobility to people who have never experienced it in their entire lives by simply giving them wheelchairs that otherwise would've end up in a landfill. I'm not a patient person, I don't like to wait for things and with WFH there's no wait or middle man.

A lot of charities need large contributions to really make a difference but with WFH it only takes $150 - that is a number everyone can get their head around.

All proceeds from the concert will go directly to WFH and all the musicians have volunteered their time. In addition, there will be ways to make additional donations at the event and concert goers will be able to enter raffles for prize packs put together by Volcom and Epitaph Records.

The tickets will run $15 in advance and $17 at the door. The show will take place at the Key Club on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles on December 14th, 2006.