IU Makes Sincere Donation In Celebration Of Children’s Day
Anyone can truly feel IU’s sincerity and generosity as she makes a kind donation for the needy just in time for Children’s Day!
Proving that she truly has a pure heart, talented female soloist IU recently made a generous donation with hopes to help and support underprivileged children.
On May 5, EDAM Entertainment announced that the charming artist donated 100 million Korean won to children and adolescents from single-parent grandparents’ households to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Children’s Day.
IU’s donation will be used by the Green Umbrella Children’s Foundation to financially support the living of children from low-income single-parent families and those living only with their grandparents, and also to give tuition support for those who are about to enter college.
Moreover, it will also be used to support residential environments and daily necessities for children in need of care.
With regards to her thoughtful and heartfelt gesture, IU stated, “I want to share the love I have received from many people with children, so I am sending my heart to places in need.”
The singer has made yearly donations to the said organization, proving her admirable consistency.
IU AS AN INSPIRING ARTIST
Ever since her debut, IU has consistently been a good influence to many. She has practiced sharing her blessings steadily as “IU Anna” on special anniversaries and occasions. Moreover, she also showed continued interest in helping needy neighbors, who are in the blind spot of welfare.
Back in 2020, the lovely artist made use of his influence to donate to those who are affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. She gave 100 million Korean won to Good Neighbors, a humanitarian organization that helps out families and front liners in crisis.
She also purchased 100 million won worth of personal protective equipment, which was donated to the members of the Korean Medical Association.
Not only that, IU celebrated her 2021 LILAC comeback with meaningful donations to non-profit organizations. She gave 50 million Korean won each to Linker, which supports single-parent families, as well as Snail of Love, which helps provide cochlear implants and hearing aids to those in need.
In related news, IU is preparing for the release of her movie Broker on June 8. The film got invited to compete in Cannes International Film Festival, which will take place this month.
Photos from EDAM Entertainment
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