Girl group (G)I-DLE has donated 30,000 bottles of hand sanitizers worth about 100 million won to help people overcome COVID-19 infection.

On April 17, (G)I-DLE donated 30,000 hand sanitizers to the Holt Children’s Services. The donated hand sanitizers will be delivered to children and families in bad conditions across South Korea, including Daegu city.

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(G)I-DLE said, “Many people have given us so much love. Through this opportunity, we would like to share the love we have received. It’s a tough time for all of us, so we hope we all can get through it.”

At the end of last year, (G)I-DLE’s agency Cube Entertainment signed a regular sponsorship agreement with the International Development Cooperation NGO, meaning the girl group has taken the lead in social contribution activities since then, by delivering donations and doing regular volunteer work to Eden I ville, a child care facility.

(G)I-DLE is indeed spreading their good influence by making a meaningful donation to help people prevent and overcome the COVID-19 outbreak.

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(G)I-DLE, who released their third mini-album ‘I trust’ on April 6, has achieved a milestone by reaching No. 1 on iTunes Top Album Charts in 58 regions around the world, No. 5 on the U.S. Billboard chart, No. 1 on the weekly music chart and No. 1 on local music shows. Their music video ‘Oh my God’ also surpassed 17 million views in just one day, and 30 million views in two days.