Stray Kids’ Felix Joins UNICEF ‘Honors Club’ as Youngest Member

Felix's Philanthropic Journey: Setting Records with UNICEF

Stray Kids' Felix Joins UNICEF 'Honors Club' as Youngest Member


Stray Kids‘ Felix has made an extraordinary contribution to society by becoming the youngest ever member to join the prestigious UNICEF ‘Honors Club. The Korean Committee of UNICEF revealed on January 4 that Felix generously donated 100 million Won ($76,400.33 USD), a milestone that not only inducted him into the ‘Honors Club’ but also made him the first member to join in 2024. This recognition is a testament to Felix’s ongoing commitment to humanitarian causes, particularly for underprivileged communities.

His latest donation aims to alleviate the challenges faced by children in Laos, particularly addressing the critical issues of poor drinking water sanitation and nutrition that hinder physical development. Felix’s heartfelt message resonated with his intent to “share the love received” and his hope for a healthier, safer environment for the children affected by these dire conditions.

Previously, in March of the preceding year, Felix demonstrated his charitable spirit by joining Save the Children’s ‘Honors Club’ for his significant donations. His continued efforts in philanthropy highlight the profound impact individuals can have when using their platform for good. As Felix takes this commendable step, he not only represents Stray Kids and the broader K-pop community but also sets an example for youth and public figures worldwide.

The recognition by UNICEF serves as a beacon of hope and inspiration, urging others to contribute and make a positive difference in the world. Felix’s journey of philanthropy continues to unfold, as he uses his influence to shine a light on critical issues and mobilizes support for those in need. Stay tuned for more updates and join in supporting Felix’s noble endeavors.

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