COVID-19 Pandemic Response: South Korea

Support local nonprofits responding to the COVID-19 pandemic in South Korea

LocationSouth Korea

Issue AreaDisaster

Amount NeededGeneral Support Needed

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As of 14 July, there were 171,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases and more than 2,000 deaths. Korea’s 4th wave of COVID infections is being driven by the delta variant, which doubled its prevalence in just one week. WIth current daily cases above 1,000 for seven days, Seoul is now under the strictest level of controls.

Give2Asia is partnering with trusted nonprofit organizations to support frontline health workers and institutions responding to the coronavirus pandemic.

CURRENT NEEDS 

Give2Asia’s disaster response program funds both immediate needs and long-term recovery. 

FEATURED PARTNERS (partial list)

Our local NGO partners in Korea include: 

Saejowi Initiative for National Integration

  • Assisting with rehabilitation, medical care, daily food and related support or vulnerable groups who are affected by COVID-19
  • Supporting vulnerable children who need access to education

HOW TO GIVE 

Make a secure online donation to benefit the country of your choice. 

For large gifts (via check, bank transfer, or appreciated stock) or corporate giving opportunities, please request a consultation or email us at info@give2asia.org. 

PROGRESS REPORT

In July 2020, Give2Asia published a report on the first 100 days of our response to the COVID-19 pandemic. You can read about it here.

About Give2Asia

Give2Asia is a trusted partner for international philanthropy and the leader in donor-advised giving to the Asia-Pacific. Our mission is to strengthen communities in Asia by making cross-border giving easier and more effective. Since 2001, Give2Asia has facilitated more than $420 million of charitable grants across 23 countries. Give2Asia is a US-based 501(c)3 nonprofit organization based in Oakland, California with offices in Beijing and in-country experts across the Asia-Pacific region.