Here is news that I would like to distribute to my 1 million KAFAT (Kakao story, Facebook, Twitter) followers. The first story is about a social enterprise making preparations for the performance of visually handicapped artists.
I will do what I can to provide aid to Angels Branding, a social enterprise run by college students and visually handicapped artists scheduled to hold a performance on December 31.
The following story, sent by Angels Branding, will help you feel warmer this evening.
Angels Branding is a group of college students working together to fulfill its social responsibility as a social enterprise. We are about to hold a concert titled Touch Your Heart, featuring a group of the blind, on December 31. The biggest obstacle for the blind is people’s prejudice against them. They have dreams. It is our sincere wish that these artists have an opportunity to produce beautiful melodies.
Please understand that we are working on this project purely on humanitarian grounds. We intend to raise funds for said project through social funding dubbed Tumble Bug. If you join said social funding, the ticket for said concert will be issued for you; when the amount raised reaches a given level, it will be presented to these artists. Please visit the website http://tumblbug.com/ko/angelsbranding and join our efforts to be of help to the blind artists. We are looking forward to the day when people have no prejudice against the handicapped.
Date: 11:00 AM through 30 minutes after noon on December 31, 2013
Place: Naru Art Center, Gwangjin Art Center
Features of Touch your Heart
1. The world’s first Braille ticket
2. The world’s first performance of visually handicapped artists
3. The world’s first concert performed with the lights off
Notable facts about Touch your Heart performers
1. Jeon Gyeong-ho, the world’s first blind marimbist
2. Kim Su-hwan, a visually handicapped vocalist and an ex-K-POP Star