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Jeon Jungkook's Birthday

Fundraising for Helen Bamber Foundation
raised of US$3,000 target
by 231 supporters
Celebrating the birthday of Jeon Jungkook, 1 September 2019
Participants: Jeon Jungkook
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To celebrate the birthday of BTS Jungkook ARMYs have decided to support physical wellbeing. 

Why Physical Health?
Although we cannot know everyone single ARMY's reason for choosing physical health as the cause to support for Jungkook's birthday, we can at least take a guess.

BTS always talk about how important it is to take care of oneself, both mentally and physically. When they go touring and are asked what they hope for, many just say that they hope all members finish it without getting hurt. Jungkook also often shares his love for working out in different ways, and even once shared his work out routine! It is clear that even though they might not sing about taking care of your body like they do about mental health, they think it's important to take care of your body too.

About Helen Bamber Foundation

The Helen Bamber Foundation’s vision is a world where all survivors of torture, human trafficking and other forms of extreme human cruelty have safety, freedom and power. Founded in 2005 by Helen Bamber OBE, the Foundation works with  survivors from all over the world who have suffered multiple and complex trauma including survivors of torture from Iran, political persecution from Sudan, human trafficking for sexual exploitation from Albania, modern slavery from China, sexuality-based persecution from Pakistan and gender-based violence from Uganda.

Over the past decade, austerity has created significant gaps in the availability of appropriate legal advice and physical and mental health care. HBF has demonstrated that the opportunity to rebuild lives can be enabled by the existence of responsive physical health as well as mental health, legal protection and integration services.  

Why Helen Bamber Foundation?
HBF provides several services to survivors to help them strengthen themselves.

Medical Advisory Service
HBF help address common physical health complaints amongst survivors with their in house GPs and working with specialist interpreters, helping clients to understand their conditions and treatment options. 80% of clients supported by the Medical Advisory Service report they better understand their symptoms and following support were better able to manage their health concerns. 

Creative Arts and Integration Program
The program includes group activities where survivors develop creative
interests and begin to socialise in a supportive and safe environment. These activities also have a significant impact survivor’s wellbeing.

  • Football (Soccer) - The group provides an opportunity for people to get together and enjoy a weekly game of football which allows them to build relationships, build their fitness, boost their self-esteem and engage in an activity that is unrelated to their trauma, in addition to the well-documented effects of football in improving mental health. They appreciate the ability to do some physical exercise and love rediscovering playing football again, usually after a very long break. 
  • Walking Group - A recently started hiking group for women who have suffered from extreme human cruelty. The group consists of around 10 women, who are training every month to eventually take on a huge challenge: climbing the three highest peaks in the
  • Yoga - The group has shown amazing benefits so far: the women are feeling stronger and more confident, are bonding as a team and are finding power in challenging themselves physically and psychologically. The program is specialized to be delivered in a manner sensitive to trauma, gender, cultural differences and the UK asylum system.

They also offer other services like economical help, housing, legal help, therapy and other integration services like education and employment.

Who are One In An ARMY?
One In An ARMY (OIAA) is a fan collective comprised of volunteers around the globe. Driven by our shared interest in global superstars, BTS, and the idea of using our collective power for global good, we seek out non-profit organizations worldwide and harness the power of ARMY into giving micro-donations over a one month period. Our motto, “I am ONE in an ARMY”, plays with the idea that many people giving small amounts can create a substantial impact when we work together.

The past year we had 7 successful birthday campaigns,  one for each member of BTS. Then OIAA personally picked the organizations with the aim of supporting causes that represented each members individuality. This year we conducted polls that ARMY could vote on for what causes should be supported for each members birthday. To see updates, what other birthday campaigns we'll conduct and more info: visit or any of our social media (@oneinanarmy).

About the charity

Helen Bamber Foundation

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We are the Helen Bamber Foundation. A Human Rights Charity. We give survivors of trafficking and torture the strength to move on. With an all encompassing care for the whole journey, survivors have the dignity, strength and freedom to live their lives to the fullest.

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