• BTS member Jimin's Saudi Arabian fan base raised $21,000 as part of a project for his birthday on Oct. 13
  • The amount will be used to support a single mother with three children experiencing financial difficulties
  • Jimin recently donated over $80,000 to the development of education in a province in South Korea

BTS fans in Saudi Arabia have raised $21,000 in Jimin's name as part of a charity project to mark the singer's upcoming birthday, which falls on Oct. 13.

The money raised by BTS member Jimin's Saudi Arabian fan base "SaudiJimin" will go to a divorced woman with three children to help with housing payments and other financial difficulties, South Korean outlets The Herald and Star News reported.

The amount was collected via the government website Jood just three days after the birthday project was launched.

According to the fan base, the charity project was not just for Jimin's birthday but was also the fans' way of celebrating the BTS singer's latest good deeds.

In August, it was revealed that Jimin donated a generous amount to the students of South Jeolla Province, South Korea.

“Jimin donated 100 million won (approximately $84,076) to the Jeonnam Future Education Foundation,” the Jeonnam Office of Education announced on Aug. 24.

The singer previously made donations to his alma mater Busan High School of Arts and the Busan Metropolitan Office of Education.

Every year, BTS fans around the world initiate special charity projects to celebrate the birthdays of the members of the South Korean septet.

These projects included donating toward COVID-19 prevention, raising money for those affected by floods in South Korea and sending women’s hygiene products to underdeveloped areas in China, among others.

Earlier this year, BTS fans donated thousands to children's charity Magic Breakfast in the U.K. to thank television personality James Corden after the band's interview on the "The Late Late Show With James Corden."

At the time, Corden took to Twitter to thank the fans, writing: "Oh man. This BTS army is real and full of love and it’s great! You have no idea how many children you have helped. Thank you thank you thank you."

BTS' fan base also raised more than $1 million in donations back in June for the Black Lives Matter movement.

BTS at Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve
The boy band BTS is pictured. Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images for Dick Clark Productions

Meanwhile, BTS is currently riding the success of its first all-English single "Dynamite," which debuted no. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart.

Following the announcement of their Billboard feat, Jimin took to Twitter to post a series of messages thanking fans for making this a reality.

"Just as Suga said, thank you and thank you again. I’m sorry I don’t know what to write….The tears keep coming," he tweeted.

The next thing on BTS’ agenda is the release of its new album.

"We are preparing for another album and we will put on another concert," rapper RM confirmed during a recent global press conference.