World superstars and Grammy-nominated BTS, coming from South Korea, are known for their musical flexibility, meaningful music and strong presence on stage. In addition to their thriving career and record 2020, they use their position for philanthropic work. Some of their donations are highlighted in the media. Over the past year, they have supported various institutions to help those affected by the pandemic, art galleries, Black Lives Matter, a Live Nation team and others. As they continue to use their platform for good work, their huge fan base, called ARMY, often takes their work forward through organized efforts. Although there are monthly charitable donations to raise funds for birthdays, the fandom selects institutions to help.

Rapper-composers-producers J-Hope and Suga celebrated their birthdays on February 18 and March 9, respectively. To raise money for the birthday, their Indian fan club (bangtan_india) organized a fundraiser “No Means No” to support the NGO Majlis and donate the money to support women who have experienced sexual harassment.

Harassment against women has increased dramatically in the last year and has been highlighted in the Indian media. As the fandom stepped forward for an important cause, donations came from all over the country. The amount raised from the fundraiser is Rs. 1.02,200.

The Majlis was launched in 1991 in response to the growing need for gender-sensitive lawyers dedicated to evolving innovative legal practices to protect women’s rights. Led by a lawyer. Flavia Agnes we are a women’s team consisting of lawyers and social activists. Their agenda for social change is – quality legal representation of individual women in court, changing attitudes through advocacy and training and developing a gender-based ideology through campaigns and interventions. Their vision is to help women of all classes and communities gain access to justice by creating a culture of rights.

Last year, Suga donated 100 million to Hope Bridge to support those affected by the coronavirus pandemic in Daegu, South Korea, his hometown. On her birthday this year, J-Hope donated 150 million to ChildFund Korea to support children with disabilities. In August 2020, J-Hope donated 100 million to a local charity in South Korea. He wanted to help children suffering from financial difficulties amid the COVID-19 crisis.

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