EXO's Kai Join Forces With UNICEF To Help Children In Need
EXO's Kai has actively participated in helping UNICEF's campaign to aid children in need.
On December 22, Tuesday, EXO's Kai once more proved his good heart by helping UNICEF achieve its campaign goal of helping children in need. EXO's Kai joined forces with UNICEF to become the beneficiaries' virtual Santa this coming Christmas.
The children will be receiving sanitary products and supplements that would help them boost their immune system to avoid getting easily infected by COVID-19.
Essential items to be received by the children includes ready to use of therapeutic food, micronutrient supplements, vaccination kits, blankets, and more to be announced and distributed to the beneficiaries through a virtual platform, which will be commenced until December 31.
As the organization leading the campaign movement to help the children in need, UNICEF confirmed EXO Kai's contribution to making the project happen. UNICEF expressed gratitude for his kind donation and participation despite having such a hectic schedule of being a K-pop idol.
Moreover, UNICEF encouraged those who can contribute to the campaign to join them as their Santa to help children from poor income households to get items they deserve to have, especially now that Christmas is coming. Meanwhile, EXO's Kai has also shared his statement following his donation and participation in UNICEF's campaign movement.
"This year, which was tough on the children as well, is coming to an end. I was led to participate in this campaign because I hope for all the children worldwide to have a special Christmas. Please join us in bringing warm light to their winter." - KAI
EXO-Ls are proud of Kai's active involvement in this kind of project to help people in need. Fans thought it was a great way to end the year following his recent solo comeback album, 'KAI.'
Check out EXO Kai's speech below:
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