Korean American Poverty in NY

Asian American Federation

Hidden in Plain Sight: Korean American Poverty in the New York Metro Area

This report examines the changing demographics of Koreans living in poverty in the New York metropolitan area.

For Nonprofits: Best Practices for Associate Board Development

Korean American Community Foundation

White Paper: Best Practices for Associate Board Development

This white paper presents the findings from our research on nonprofit associate boards and offers best practices for organizations to effectively create and develop their own.

Restarting NY's Economic Engine

Asian American Federation

Restarting New York's Economic Engine: Tapping the Strength of Asian Businesses

Asian-owned businesses have long been the New York metropolitan area’s economic engine, accounting for 20% of all businesses before the pandemic. The pandemic however hit Asian businesses first and hardest. Nearly half of Asian businesses reported catastrophic losses.

State of Safety of AANHPI Women

National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum

The State of Safety for Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Women

This groundbreaking survey spotlights Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) women’s experiences with discrimination, harassment, and violence amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and one year since the mass shootings in Atlanta that claimed the lives of six Asian American women.

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Data & Research

KACF funds research initiatives at both regional and national levels, aiming to deepen our collective understanding of poverty and economic inequality within the Korean and Asian American communities. This research serves as a cornerstone for our grantmaking and programmatic strategies, enabling us to make informed decisions and more effectively address the needs of vulnerable populations.

Furthermore, we conduct and support studies of the nonprofit and philanthropic landscape, utilizing the insights gained to better support our grantee partners and advocate for how we can build a more equitable ecosystem of support for the Korean- and Asian American-led nonprofit community.

We invite you to explore our library of research findings and reports, all of which can be downloaded.

Korean American Community Foundation
135 East 64th Street, New York, NY 10065
Phone: 332-265-0508