K-pop star Suga, one of the seven members of the boy band BTS, celebrated his 26th birthday on Saturday by donating 100 million won (about US$90,000) to a non-profit foundation that supports child cancer patients. Suga, whose real name is Min Yoon-gi, presented the money together with 329 dolls, under the name of his fan club, ARMY, the Korea Paediatric Cancer Foundation said. 3 of BTS K-pop star Suga’s top musical collaborations The rapper, who designed the dolls himself, had wanted to make the birthday donation to thank his fans for their continued support, the charity said. “We will make sure the donation will be used to help the children,” it said. This is not the first time Suga has made donations to charity. To mark his 25th birthday he presented 10kg (22 pounds) of hanwoo – prime Korean beef – to orphanages. Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram and Twitter This article was originally written by Lee Min-young for The Korea Times .