The Sharing Love Campaign – COVID-19 is presented by The Korea Times in partnership with Korean Community Service Center of Greater Washington (KCSC) and the Korean Church Association of Washington DC. All proceeds from this love-sharing campaign will go towards emergency food support for community members who have been severely impacted by COVID-19. Please donate generously and help prevent hunger during this time of crisis!
You can send cash or check by mail.
Make checks payable to “Korean Community Service Center (KCSC)”
Korean Community Service Center of Greater Washington
7700 Little River Tnpk, Suite 406,
Annandale, VA 22003
United Way of the National Capital Area, the Combined Federal Campaign, Community Connections Campaign for the World Bank Group, and Benevity Causes.
A wonderful way to support KCSC and the Korean community of the Metro DC area is by participating in workplace giving program offered by the federal government and well as certain public and private sector jobs. KCSC is a designated nonprofit Employees are invited to make financial contributions through United Way, the Combined Federal Campaign, the Community Connections Campaign for the World Bank Group, or Benevity Causes. Some companies provide a cash match to the employees’ donation. For example, the World Bank matches the employee donation dollar for dollar. KCSC greatly values both gifts of monetary and volunteer support from our friends in the federal government, individuals who work at the World Bank Group, corporations who partner with Benevity Causes, and all the companies that participate in the United Way. Simply select KCSC as the charity of your choice to receive one time or recurring contributions through the campaigns.