BTS fans are getting together for another good cause.
Last September, Philippine-based collective Project0613 launched another #BuildTheSoop fundraising initiative to fight climate change and sustain livelihoods to indigenous communities.
If they can refurbish a mansion in In The Soop, we, too, can rebuild a part of the forest in Zambales. #BuildTheSoop🌳 with us and help us reach our first 500 trees!— Project 0613 PH (@Project0613PH) October 17, 2021
▶ Donate here: https://t.co/O4YSXdVyYd
Your ₱200 ($4 or €3) can go a long way! 🌳🌳🌳 pic.twitter.com/DuCJl8EuxA
For a minimum of PHP 200, a tree seedling will be planted to grow a hectare of forest in Zambales. The first goal of the drive is to reach 1,000 large native trees and pioneer species. Labor and material costs to cultivate and nurture the land are included. Donate here.
The name #BuildTheSoop was inspired by Korean reality show In The Soop, which stars the members of BTS as they rest and make time for "healing" in their house in the middle of a forest.
BTS are scheduled to mount their next online concert Permission to Dance on Stage on 24 October (Sunday) ahead of their upcoming live shows in Los Angeles this November and December.
Watch BTS' 'Permission to Dance' music video below.
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