On BTS J-Hope’s birthday, more than 43 donation projects have been promoted online by the fans around the world.
J-Hope’s Korean fan club, “Hope Of The World” donated 1,640 masks to the Buk-gu Office of Gwangju City and donated for Child Development Program two consecutive years.
Personal donations were also made to the National Association for Disaster Relief, Animal Freedom and Seoul Federation of Environmental Movement. Any profits made with “Goods Donation Market” and “Key-Ring Joint Purchase” will also be donated in J-Hope’s name.
A fan with a Twitter nickname “Adonis” delivered a total of 1,218,000 won (app. 1,029 dollars) in scholarships to J-Hope’s alma mater.
China J-Hope bar and HOPEYES, Chinese fan clubs of J-Hope, also donated 500,000 yuan (app. 71,629 dollars) to the Chinese Youth Development Fund to build Chung Ho Suk Hope Hospital.
Britain’s ARMY campaigned to help charity organizations at Glasgow Children’s Hospital and surpassed the target of 1,000 euros (app. 1,000 dollars) as of Feb. 17. They are also launching a campaign to donate ‘DanceAid UK’ to support children’s dance and sports activities. In Indonesia, Malaysia, and Turkey, all of the profits will be donated to UNICEF.
In Tunisia, they are working on a project to publish a booklet for hearing-impaired children and help them practice BTS choreograph to perform on stage.
In addition, donations have been made to restore damages caused by natural disasters such as those made by fire in Australia.
J-Hope donated 150 million won (app. 126,727 dollars) to the Green Umbrella Children’s Foundation and 100 million won (app. 84,485 dollars) to his alma mater himself.