Asian Women’s Christian Association (NJ)

AWCA provides professional counseling, social welfare services, cultural and educational programs for the Asian-American immigrant women, family, and elderly.


Korean American Family
Services Center (NY)

KAFSC serves Korean American immigrant families and individuals in the New York Metropolitan area by providing comprehensive and professional domestic violence services.


Korean Community Services of Metropolitan New York, Inc (NY/NJ) (past grantee)

The mission of KCS is to support and assist members of the Korean community, but not limited to them, to be healthy and productive individuals in this new homeland.


Mil-Al Missions (NY)

Mil-Al Missions serves mentally handicapped Korean Americans and their families in the New York Metropolitan area. Since 1998, the organization has been running a group home where underprivileged individuals with severe cerebral palsy and autistic disorder live and get assistance.


New York Asian Women’s Center (past grantee)

NYAWC helps battered Asian women overcome violence and govern their own lives, free of abuse. The Center also works to raise public awareness about domestic violence, advocate for the rights of battered women, and create an agenda for social change.


Coalition for Asian American Children and Families

CACF is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of Asian Pacific American children in New York City by promoting culturally competent, language appropriate and immigrant accessible services.

Korean American Association for Rehabilitation of the Disabled

KAARD helps disabled Korean-Americans, who are often non-English speaking, find work, get to work, enroll in health insurance programs, and find other help so that they may become more engaged in the mainstream American society.


Korean American Senior Center of Flushing (NY)

Founded in 2001, Korean American Senior Center of Flushing (KASCOF) provides senior citizens with a quality of life that they would not enjoy otherwise, with a senior daycare program.


Korean Family Counseling and Research Center (NY)
(past grantee)

The Korean Family Counseling & Research Center (K.F.C.C.) was founded in 1973 to protect and improve the quality of life for women and their families. Our professional counselors and volunteers provide a wide range of professional counseling and programs on family, domestic violence, gambling, drug, alcoholism , mental illness issues all at free of charge.



Rainbow Center

Rainbow Center provides temporary shelter and assistance to women and children who seek support and professional help. Specific services include: crisis hotline, temporary shelter, legal advocacy and translation, peer support, bilingual group and individual counseling transportation assistance, job counseling and training, housing facilitation and settlement.

YWCA of Queens(past grantee)

YWCA offers multi-generational and cross-cultural programs in the areas of arts and culture, after-school programming for K-6, community service and internships for youth, early childhood education, and GED preparation and youth employment.


Sanctuary for Families

Sanctuary for Families provides direct legal, clinical and shelter services and targeted outreach to immigrant domestic violence victims and their children in New York City, helping thousands of families each year build safe, violence-free lives, and working closely within immigrant communities to educate them about the crime of domestic violence and resources available to its victims.

Korean American Senior Citizen's Association of New Jersey

KASCANJ is dedicated to improving the well-being of senior citizens and promoting programs that enriches the quality of life for senior citizens throughout Bergen County, New Jersey.

Korean American Community Center of New York

KACCNY serves Korean American and Korean immigrant community in Brooklyn and the city of New York . KACCNY's services include social services, education and health care education and referrals for all age groups.