Charity has long become a good tradition among all fans of Dimash’s creativity. For example, during the year Dears from Uruguay held several charity events at once.
June 19 is the Day of the Elderly in Uruguay. In honor of this holiday, Dears from Dimash’s Uruguayan fan club donated winter clothes and personal hygiene items to the Piñeyro del Campo hospital.
In gratitude for the good deed, Dears received a warm letter from the hospital director Rosana Gomez:
“Hereby and on behalf of all the residents and users of the Dr. Luis Piñeyro del Campo Hospital, we want to thank you for the demonstrations of affection and collaboration that you have given us. We hope that this beautiful bond that has been generated will last over time and hopefully it will be replicated in other organizations that also contribute their grain of sand, in order to provide a better quality of life for our older adults. As the great Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez said: “Death does not come with old age, but with oblivion”
Later that year, Dears from Uruguay managed to raise $1,000 in the Aeroparque neighborhood, which allowed them to buy food baskets for 80 families. Also, on August 13, in honor of Children’s Day in Uruguay, Dimash fans supported local charities by donating toys to children in the area.
“Following Dimash’s worthy example, we extend helping hands to both the elderly and the young, trying to give smiles to everyone we can reach,” Dimash fans from the Uruguayan fan club shared.