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Improving the Lives of Korean Orphans Through Outreach and Education

Interview with HyungJun, Preschool Scholar

In July 2017, HyungJun arrived to Samswungwon Orphanage when he was 11 months old. Now he’s almost 2 years old, and he’s enjoyed being the youngest child at […]

A door of opportunity – the importance of a preschool education

The South Korean government does not provide funding for orphans to attend preschool until they are four years old. As Chief Administrator of KKOOM, I know firsthand why […]

12 Days of KKOOM – Day 7 – Preschool Program

For the past 5 years, KKOOM has helped 2 and 3 year old toddlers at an orphanage in Korea go to preschool, a full two years earlier than they […]

Fall Preschool Atendees

This fall we have two 2-year-old toddlers, J.H. and S.H., attending preschool with KKOOM’s support. We asked their orphanage house mothers to tell us a little about them […]

Liat Shapiro takes on role as KKOOM’s intern

KKOOM is excited to announce our very first intern, Liat Shapiro! Liat is a rising junior at Brandeis University in Massachusetts working on her Bachelor’s Degree in Linguistics. […]