From Jo In Sung to Kim Haneul and WJSN’s Bona, famous celebrities to join a meaningful fundraising event 

K-stars unite to do good deeds for children suffering from rare diseases. 

A representative of MANNA, an annual fundraising event, announced on October 5, “We will hold MANNA Bazaar sponsoring the treatment expenses for children with rare diseases at Cafe Blossom Starfield, located in Samseong-dong, Gangnam, Seoul on October 8th and 9th from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm (KST).”

“MANNA Bazaar”, which started in 2020 and celebrated its third anniversary this year, is a non-profit fundraising event hosted by entertainment officials, experts, and volunteers from various fields. All proceeds will be used for treatment of rare pediatric diseases.

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“MANNA Bazaar” is attended by actors Jo In Sung, Kim Ki Bang, Sung Yu Ri, and Lee Jin, who have participated in the event for three consecutive years and spread good influence. This year, they are joined by Kim Ha Neul, Son Ho Young, and Kim Tae Woo of god. Other artists who joined include Yoon Sang Jung, WJSN’s Bona, Song Ha Yoon, Shin Hyun Seung, Seo Min Ju, and Jeong Eui Je.


The event will be prepared with a variety of sponsored items such as clothing, school supplies, daily necessities, accessories, wet wipes, beverages, food, cosmetics, health food, as well as personal collections prepared by actors and singers. In addition, some actors are expected to participate as staff at the on-site event. 

An official from MANNA said, “Despite various difficult circumstances, many people have been joining us in helping children who suffer from rare diseases. We ask for your interest and support so that MANNA Bazaar, which marks its third anniversary this year, can deliver love and hope to more children in the future.”


“MANNA” has continued its sponsor and volunteer activities for the underprivileged in difficult environments, such as a bazaar for pediatric rare disease treatment expenses, daycare centers and child care facilities, and low-income youth and the elderly.

Source: Wikitree

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