#GoingTogether: SEVENTEEN Starts New Donation Campaign To Support Education Of Underprivileged Students
SEVENTEEN has launched a new meaningful initiative!
Powerhouse K-pop boy group SEVENTEEN has partnered with the Korean National Commission for UNESCO to do good deeds.
On January 26, Pledis Entertainment shared that their prized boy group has started a new #GoingTogether donation campaign for the benefit of underprivileged youth and children across Africa and Asia.
In celebration of the International Day of Education on January 24, the group introduced a special font featuring their six-year-old character “Bongbong,” which is based on the group’s light stick, to highlight the role of education in peace and development.
The font will be distributed to those who will donate 1,800 won starting February 28 via the Kakao Like Value fundraising box or the #GoingTogether campaign’s English webpage for overseas. All proceeds will be donated to the Global Village Education Sharing Project.
In August last year, the Korean National Commission for UNESCO and SEVENTEEN signed a business agreement for the global campaign called #GoingTogether to promote the importance of education.
Meanwhile, SEVENTEEN’s beloved unit BooSeokSoon (BSS) will be making their highly-awaited comeback on February 6. The trio consisting of Seungkwan, DK, and Hoshi will be releasing their first single album SECOND WIND.
Photo Credits: Korean National Commission for UNESCO