Unicef thanks BTS for helping to raise $1m against child violence
GLOBAL K-Pop megastars BTS have been thanked by the United Nations’ Children’s Fund (Unicef) for helping to raise more than $1 million as part of a campaign to eliminate violence against children and young people. In November last year, BTS signed on for a two-yera campaign with Unicef deemed Love Myself to promote non-violence. The campaign took its name from the group’s hit album Love Yourself: Her, released the month prior. “Thank you BTS and the BTS Army. You’ve raised over $1 million for our work to end violence against children and young people,” said Henrietta H. Fore in a video posted to Twitter along with the hashtag #ENDviolence. “The Love Myself campaign is proof that young people around the world can come together and make a difference.” The power of hope. The power of kindness.The power of young people. This is for you @BTS_twt and the #BTSarmy. A special...
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