‘Volleyball Empress’ Kim Yeon-kyung (35‧ Heungkuk Life Insurance) reached out for Turkey and Syria, which were recently damaged by the strong earthquake.
The Hope Bridge National Disaster Relief Association, an organization specializing in disaster relief fundraising, announced on the 9th, “Hope Bridge PR Ambassador Kim Yeon-kyung will start a fundraising campaign with fans to help restore the damage from the earthquake in Turkey and Syria.”
Kim Yeon-kyung started a fundraising campaign and donated 10 million won. Kim Yeon-kyung’s agency, Liar At, said, “She decided to join her in order to encourage her social interest for the people of Turkey and Syria, where Kim Yeon-kyung suffered terrible damage.” 토토사이트
Kim Yeon-kyung is well known as a donation angel. In 2020, he donated 50 million won to overcome the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19). In 2021, he donated 30 million won to help ‘families in crisis’. In October 2021, he was appointed as Hope Bridge Hope Ambassador and is also active as a member of the Hope Bridge Honors Club, a large donation group of over 100 million won.
For Kim Yeon-kyung, Turkey has a special meaning. She joined Turkiye’s Fenerbahçe in 2011 and played for six years. After the 2017 season, he played for a year in the Chinese league, then returned to Turkey in 2018 and played for Exzashi Bashi for two seasons.
Meanwhile, this fundraising campaign can be participated through Kakao’s donation platform, ‘Together Value’. The collected donations will be used for reconstruction and recovery in Turkey and Syria, which were damaged by the earthquake.