Han Kee Bum Basketball Class Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Red Tie Challenge to Help People with Hemophilia

Han Kee-Beom Basketball Classes is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a special campaign.

To celebrate its 20th anniversary, the organization is launching a special campaign. The campaign focuses on bringing hope and courage to people with hemophilia through basketball, and celebrates the organization’s ideals and passion.

Since its establishment in 2004, the organization has brought the fun, joy, dreams, 카지노사이트 and hope of basketball to many youth and adults through the values of the game.

The campaign is a reflection of the organization’s accomplishments while also demonstrating its commitment to social responsibility. The campaign will be held in a ten-day relay starting on May 8 at the Hyehwa branch of Hankibum Basketball Classroom and ending on May 18 at the “Hope Basketball All-Star Game” at Jamsil Indoor Gymnasium in Seoul.

All those who learn and teach basketball at the Han Kibum Basketball Classroom will participate in the campaign and share messages of support for hemophilia patients online.

“On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Han Kee Bum Basketball Classroom, we would like to deliver hope and support to people with hemophilia through the Red Tie Challenge. Through this campaign, we believe in the power of basketball for good and promise a better future for people with hemophilia. We have been working with Hemophilia Life and the Red Tie Challenge for a long time. The interest and support of many people has helped us grow to where we are today, and we will continue to spread the good influence of basketball through our campaigns.”

Han Ki-beom Basketball Classroom started its first basketball program at Sadang Middle School in 2004 and has since provided basketball education in various areas of Seoul and Gyeonggi Province. Through this, it is spreading the positive influence of basketball.

“For 20 years, we have been practicing the values of basketball and delivering the joy of basketball to many people. Through this campaign, we hope to deliver hope and courage to more people and show our continued support and love to people with hemophilia,” said Han Ki-beom, Chairman of Han Ki-beom Basketball Class.

This campaign emphasizes the social responsibility and role of Hankibum Basketball Classes, while also expressing its commitment to delivering hope and courage to people with hemophilia. For more information, please visit the organization’s official social media and YouTube channels.

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