BTS’ J-Hope donates 100 million won for victim children of violence
South Korean boyband, BTS is known for actively doing philanthropic activities. J-Hope has made the donation of 100 million won for victim children of violence
Kpop boyband, BTS has time and again done the philanthropic work. The seven members band is known for spreading the message of peace and self-love through their albums and concerts. J-Hope has now made the donation of 100 million won to help children who are the victim of violence.
According to ChildFund Korea, J-Hope has made the contribution of 100 million won with the intention of being a helping hand for children in overseas countries on the occasion of South Korea’s Children’s Day today, which falls on Wednesday i.e May 5. This amount takes his total donation amount to 700 million won since 2018. He has been doing charity as an active member of Green Noble Club which is a group of high-value donors of ChildFund Korea.
Green Umbrella Child Fund Korea revealed that @BTS_twt‘s j-hope donated 100M KRW ($89k USD) for Children’s Day (5/5), in support of children in Tanzania, Africa who are affected by violence. j-hope’s total donations through this org have now surpassed 700M KRW ($624k USD). pic.twitter.com/HZSaNcqxIC
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The boyband has is set to release its much-awaited Butter song on May 21. This would mark the band’s second complete English song after the hit track Dynamite.
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