[KKOOM] Support for young adult Korean orphans

 
$26,785
$13,215
Raised
Remaining
Nov 7, 2012

Clothes for job interviews

Thanks to the generous support of KKOOM's GlobalGiving supporters, young adults Hohyeong, Areum, Jindong, and Juhyeon were able to get new clothes for job interviews and other professional engagements they had recently in Korea. All four of these young adults grew up in orphanages here in Korea and have since gone on to get jobs or attend college. KKOOM's Post-High School Support Initiative has helped them make the transition from orphanage life to self-sufficiency by providing them with small, tangible assistance through the gift of new clothes. Along with the clothes, we've provided mentorship, career advice, and encouragement along the way. Your generous financial support helps make these one-to-one contacts of kindness possible on an ongoing basis. Thank you!!

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Aimee Jachym

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Portage, MICHIGAN United States

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