Players of the Korean national soccer team, who led the team to advance to the round of 16 at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, delivered heartwarming donation news. National team captain Son Heung-min (Tottenham) delivered a donation to his hometown, Chuncheon, to love his hometown.
Chuncheon City announced on the 5th that Son Heung-min donated 5 million won through the online ‘Hometown Love e-Eum’ on the afternoon of the 4th, local time in the UK (London), by participating in the hometown love donation system that was 토토사이트 implemented for the first time this year.
Son’s donation amount is the maximum annual donation amount per individual. The hometown love donation system is a system in which donations are made voluntarily to regions other than the address, and the local government provides local specialties to the donors in return.
Chuncheon City plans to deliver a plaque of appreciation to his father, Son Woong-jeong, who directs Son Soccer Academy in Dongmyeon Appraisal Village.
In addition, 7 national team players donated 20 million won to the non-profit organization Seungil Hope Foundation.
On the 5th, the Seungil Hope Foundation said, “Seven national soccer players Kim Moon-hwan, Kim Min-jae, Na Sang-ho, Baek Seung-ho, Jo Yu-min, Hwang In-beom, and Hwang Hee-chan donated 20 million won to help patients with Lou Gehrig’s disease and their families.” These 7 people said through the Seungil Hope Foundation, “I made the donation because I sympathized with the difficulties of severely ill patients with Lou Gehrig’s disease and their families who are struggling with a difficult disease because there is no cure or treatment method.”
The Seungil Hope Foundation is a non-profit foundation jointly headed by former coach Park Seung-il and singer Sean, who worked as a professional basketball coach at Ulsan Hyundai Mobis until 2002 and was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Meanwhile, these 7 people also donated money for washing machines for firefighters along with the YouTube channel ‘Shoot for Love’. Seven players raised 30 million won, and the YouTube channel ‘Shoot for Love’ raised 30 million won each and delivered a total of 60 million won to the Hope Bridge National Disaster Relief Association.
‘Shoot for Love’ is a campaign launched by Bkind, 메이저사이트 a social enterprise in Seoul, to help more children with cancer by gathering the hearts of people who love football. The YouTube channel of the same name has 1.4 million subscribers.
The Hope Bridge National Disaster Relief Association, an institution specializing in disaster relief fundraising, is a statutory relief organization established in 1961.