Seventeen donates for children's education to mark debut anniversary
K-pop boy band Seventeen has made a donation for educationally marginalized children across the world, according to the Korean National Commission for United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Thursday. The donation was made on the group's seventh anniversary of its debut and a day before the release of its new album.
The fund donated by the 13-member act will be used for the Korean commission's program to help underprivileged children in Asia and Africa get a better education. "In this global situation in which nearly 1 billion people are illiterate, Seventeen made a significant donation for education.
Seventeen said, through UNESCO, "It is rewarding to participate in a meaningful activity to mark May 26, which is like our group's birthday. Seventeen is scheduled to make a comeback on Friday with its fourth full-length album, "Face the Sun.
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