Girls' Generation (SNSD) Fan Club Celebrates 5th Year Anniversary by Donation
By Staff Writer | August 03, 2012 09:48 PM EDT
Girls' Genration Fans actively participated in the third world donation organization 'World Share' water improvement water well development project.
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There has been cases where different fan clubs donated through the members, but it is the first time ever where eight different fan clubs combined to proceed a big donation.
The Girls' Generation fan clubs that participated in the donation are FLYING PETAL (http://kimtaeyeon.co.kr), COTTON CANDY(http://merong77.com), WOORISSICA (www.woorissica.com), THESTEPHI (www.thestephi.com), SHINING SMILE (http://shiningsmile.kr), KWONYURI125(http://kwonyuri125.com), SASUMIDOTCOM(http://deeryoona.com), and SEOPLE (http://seople-zone.com). They all together collected 9,999,999 won worth of donation that symbolizes the nine members of SNSD to the World Share.
Water Well Improvement business will be proceeded at Takeo Tramkak, TaMuch village at Cambodia and the wells will be named after each Girls' Generation members.
The left over money after buliding the wells will be used to provide medical aids and life needs to help the citizens.
The fan site staff said that "All of the members of the fan clubs wanted to do something good since long ago, and we decided to make a donation celebrating Girls' Generation's 5th anniversary on August 5th. We would love to keep on participating in good purpose if the chance allows us."
On the other hand, World Share is a certified NGO organizaiton that helps the children in the third world countries. More information can be found on the official hompage of World Share (www.worldshare.or.kr).
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