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2005년영문보고서-최종표지-8.11 2005.8.319:14AM 페이지1

KIDS&FUTURE THE 5TH ANNIVERSARY REPORT

3F Mansun Bldg., 908-25, Bangbae-dong, Seocho-ku, Seoul, 137-842, Republic of Korea Tel : +82-2-588-6796-9 Fax : +82-2-588-6807 e-mail : kidsfuture@kidsfuture.net www.kidsfuture.net

KIDS&FUTURE THE 5TH ANNIVERSARY REPORT


2005년영문보고서-최종표지-8.11 2005.8.319:14AM 페이지2

Pride comes from love. Continuous love from the community, warm affection and educational opportunity will help disadvantaged children and youth grow up to be confident people who can love themselves and others.

Kids&Future will Try to achieve a world where all children can grow with happiness and a beautiful society where corporations share in their joy. Like a flower which offers its nectar to a butterfly, like a butterfly which helps a flower reach full blossom, Kids & Future will be a solid bridge to connect children with corporations’ love.

To share our love, to build their dreams and hope, to let them know the beauty of sharing and to help them to have confidence. These represent Kids&Future’s desire for children and youth. Shining faces of children and youth make Kids&Future happy.


Let us present this to you, who shares the same view as Kids&Future.

KIDS&FUTURE 5TH ANNIVERSARY REPORT


From the moment of our birth, we have been brought up with numerous supports from our society, with or without our awareness. Our parents and teachers, of course. Water, air, roads that we pass by, clothes that we wear, and trivial things we think naturally exist. All these things are created by somebody. Though we receive immeasurable help throughout our lives, it’s not easy to share.


The crystal-like smile of children is the bright future for us.


Life to share, happier life because of that sharing. In March 2000, People who wanted to achieve these kinds of lives gathered together. Kids&Future was founded by entrepreneurs who wanted to plant a seed of love to support children, to design and lead their lives more than merely to support them financially.


Dreams and hopes that were cherished in our hearts begin to bloom as beautiful flowers. Become flying doves from the tips of our hands. Such magic entertains us. Love, giving birth and sharing more love is a most amazing kind of magic that can bring us happiness.


The past five years of Kids&Future was like this. As soon as we practiced our affection and love, love changed our lives and society into happiness, like magic. Kids&Future would like to be a magician who will share more love with all of you.


Mission To help children and youth actively prepare for their futures by providing opportunities to learn, work and play with stability.

Vision To motivate children’s dreams and creativity, to brighten children’s futures through sharing and to contribute to children and youth around the world as a human service organization providing educational and professional programs to solve poverty and health problems of children.

Strategy To mobilize strategic partnerships with international foundations by striving to meet global standards in organization, business strategy and measurement systems, to invent trustworthy brand values by reinforcing networks and partnerships with donors and to expand a culture of philanthropy through professional and transparent operations.

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Publication Message It’s been already five years since the social welfare foundation Kids & Future was formed as an independent nongovernmental organization to help children grow their dreams and hopes and challenge their futures. So far, Kids&Future, through projects in social welfare and education fields, has provided continuous support and educational opportunities to disadvantaged children so that they can feel confident and make their dreams come true and ultimately become great human capital who can return their love to our society in a virtuous cycle. Through professional and various welfare program developments and transparent operations, we have been leading a new culture of philanthropy connecting the nongovernmental sector and the social welfare field. Kids&Future’s continuous actions and commitment owes thanks to the support and consideration of many people who would like to make our society more beautiful through love and sharing. The precious love of all the people who support Kids&Future, even under severe social and economic situations, is the base of this endeavor, which has protected children and increased hope in our society. Kids&Future will try to do its best to restore the broken dreams and hopes of children and youth by gathering your warm support. I would like to express my deepest gratitude to all corporate donors in Korea and around the world, numerous individual donors and all the people who serve in social welfare fields despite all the hardships, who have sent their encouragement and love. Please let me pass along my sincere gratitude again to our precious international partners, International Youth Foundation (IYF) and BizWorld Foundation. March 30, 2005 Social Welfare Foundation, Kids&Future Song Ja Chairman

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A Message of Congratulations My name is Bill Reese. I’m the president of International Youth Foundation. Congratulations to Kids and Future. I know you are celebrating your 5th anniversary. I am sending you this message from Baltimore, but we are certainly with you in spirit. The international Youth Foundation is a Global network. Kids & Future along with 45 partners in 70 countries come together and join, because we share the philosophy of positive youth development. We work together to invest in kids and their communities and their futures. It’s been wonderful working with you. We have successfully done some collaborative projects in Korea with Lucent Technologies in iTER camp programs, and Nokia in Make a Connection Program. To the trustees, staff members, all the supporters and especially the kids you have helped through out your 5 years, we wish you all the best, all along the healthy future. Thank you.

William S. Reese

President and Chief Executive Officer, International Youth Foundation

International Youth Foundation International Youth Foundation (IYF), based in Baltimore, Maryland since its foundation in 1990, works for children and youth by establishing long-term and strategic alliances with hundreds of companies, foundations, and civil society organizations. IYF is working to improve the conditions and prospects for young people where they live, learn, work, and play through partner networks all over the world. Currently, IYF has children-and youth-related partners in 46 countries. With these partners, IYF has been helping more than 23 million children and youth to make a positive and lasting difference in their lives in close to 70 countries and territories.

www.iyfnet.org

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A Message of Congratulations I would like to express my sincere gratitude on the 5th anniversary of the social welfare foundation, Kids&Future. Kids&Future, an independent nonprofit organization that was founded by venture companies in 2000, has spent the past five years helping underprivileged members of our society. Especially, more than any other organization, it has focused its efforts on children and youth, our society’s future and hope. Kids&Future’s five years of effort has cultivated a new sharing movement in high-tech startups and been a guiding light so that new companies can play their social role. Especially, Kids&Future has been advancing projects with high standards with international nonprofit organizations since 2000 through its global partners. These actions are similar to today’s start-up company which aims to be a global star, showing its growing image in the world. With close relationships since the initial foundation period, investors had a special reason to be interested in Kids&Future, which resembles venture companies. We investors will keep our eyes on and support all the creative and ambitious actions of Kids&Future. Again, congratulations on the 5th anniversary of Kids&Future. I hope more and more business people join to add their love for Kids&Future. Chairman of Korea Venture Business Association CEO of Turbotek

Jang Heung-Soon

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A Message of Congratulations Congratulations on the 5th anniversary of Kids&Future. Please let me applaud the social welfare foundation Kids&Future, which has been involved in and developed the community for children’s healthy smiles and their future. Children need the understanding and involvement of the community they belong to in order to become healthy citizens. We should help them connect with their community and have responsibility for it so that they will play their roles to make a sound society. I am sure that the success Kids&Future has achieved will become touchstones of our communities and nation. Especially, without Kids&Future’s effort, the Make A Connection Gong-Bu Bang Support Program, which Nokia Korea has been leading for four years, wouldn’t be able to exist. Many direct and indirect expenditures of the program have been big gifts to children and community. I am also openly proud that the program footprints have become good models to encourage corporate social responsibility in other corporations. Sincerely anticipating Kids&Future’s growing role in the situation of social welfare in Korea, which still suffers much exclusion from the supports of country and community, I express my heartfelt congratulations on the 5th anniversary of Kids&Future. Nokia Korea

Song Young-Min, Country Manager

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A Message of Congratulations Congratulations on the 5th anniversary of Kids&Future. I would like to express my deepest respect to all in Kids&Future for their endless efforts for beautiful dreams and hopes for children. Since its foundation, Kids&Future has been discovering hidden social welfare gaps of our society and supporting disadvantaged children and youth to develop their bright and active futures through various programs. I believe that the sharing culture Kids&Future tries to spread step by step will play a great role in making a happier and warmer society. Especially, the iTER program which Kids&Future and Lucent Technologies Korea have been advancing from 2002 is recognized as a helpful program offering more educational opportunities to youth in Korea so that they can grow to be important members and leaders of our society. The beautiful values of Kids&Future have enabled this long term program to be successful for several years. Looking back on the past five years, I sincerely hope Kids&Future can share its values with more and more people and become Korea’s representative welfare organization to fulfill its social role. Again, congratulations on the 5th anniversary of Kids&Future. Lucent Technologies Korea

Yang Chun-Kyung, CEO

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History

2003 2002 2001 2000 Feb Foundation committee meeting and public announcement Mar Formation of foundation and launch ceremony Apr Marathon workshop to decide foundation mission and project strategy May Launch of “Sharing, it’s Truly a Beautiful Life” philanthropy culture campaign with Donga daily newspaper Jul Public announcement of the first project, 2000 Sharing with Neighbors Project, Donors and Directors of Kids&Future invited to Cheong Wa Dae (Presidential office of the Republic of Korea) for encouragement lunch Aug IT Infra Support project with Compaq, KTF, Virtualtek, Hyundai and Community Chest Sep Confirmation of Sharing with Neighbors Project (44 facilities) and IT Infra Support project (165 facilities) Public announcement of Rest & Recharge Program for Social Work Practitioners Nov Confirmation of Rest & Recharge Program (11 teams) Dec 1st Anniversary Gratitude Night event

Feb Public announcement of 2001 Sharing with Neighbors Project and Second-Hand Computer Support Project donated by Samsung Blood Donation Relay event held at Teheran Valley Mar Kids&Future’s 1st anniversary celebration symposium, 2000 Annual Report publication Kids&Future Web site renewal Webzine “A mi Letters” released Apr Confirmation of 2001 Sharing with Neighbors Project (56 facilities) Public announcement of 2001 1st term Rest & Recharge Program Confirmation of Second-Hand Computer Support Project donated by Samsung May Web authoring software support from DIG Communication Jun 1st term Rest & Recharge Program support (11 teams) Charity auction with Auction Co., Ltd. Sep Netizen’s Becoming Leverage Campaign with Daum Communications Oct 2nd term Rest & Recharge Program support (9 teams) Cultural Event Support Program (12 teams) Nov Learning Network Infra Set Up Project with CD Cash Co., Ltd. and Baeoom.com Inc. Dec One Meal Hope Raising Campaign targeting white-collar workers MOU signed with International Youth Foundation

Jan Charity auction with communities in Auction Co., Ltd. Feb Public announcement of 2002 Sharing with Neighbors Project Mar 2nd year celebration & fundraising party with jazz melodies Apr Public announcement of Make A Connection Gong-Bu Bang Support Program with Nokia Public announcement of 2002 1st term Rest & Recharge Program May Confirmation of Sharing with Neighbors Project (38 facilities) 2002 1st term Rest & Recharge Program support (9 teams) Screening and judging to decide operating facilities of iTER Youth IT Support Project with Lucent Technologies and Daum Foundation Jun Confirmation of iTER Youth IT Support Project (4 facilities) Confirmation of Make A Connection Gong-Bu Bang Support Program (25 facilities) Jul Public announcement of 2002 Youth Cultural Event Support Program Aug Public announcement of 2002 2nd term Rest & Recharge Program Sep Confirmation of Youth Cultural Event Support Program (6 teams) Oct 2002 2nd Term Rest & Recharge support (10 teams) Nov Presentation of social contributions at FKI Dec iTER Youth IT Support Project practitioner workshop

Jan Advanced training by iTER center Feb iTER IT camp (Jeju Island) Mar e-Mentoring Project with Daum Foundation launch Confirmation of Standing Alone Scholarship by Hwang Hyun-Jeong (7 students) May Confirmation of 2003 Sharing with Neighbors Project (18 facilities) Jun Confirmation of Daum Youth Cultural Event Support Program (5 teams) Confirmation of Make A Connection Gong-Bu Bang Support Program (37 facilities) Jul 2003 1st Term Rest & Recharge support (7 teams, 66 people) Support for 4 iTER centers Aug iTER Rangers intensive IT training Sep iTER Web Surfing contest Support for Typhoon Mae-Mi stricken Gong-Bu Bangs and community welfare organizations Oct 2003 IYF Annual Partners Meeting, Washington, U.S.A 2003 2nd Term Rest & Recharge support (7 teams 74 people) Nov 2003 Make A Connection Workshop with Nokia, Seoul, Korea “Sharing is magic that makes miracles” fundraising party featuring Magician Jeff McBride’ s donated talent Dec iTER manual publication Yearend party in support of Gong-Bu Bang children

2004 Feb 1st Visteon Children & Youth Worker Training Program iTER IT camp (Phoenix Park) Mar Inauguration of 2nd Chairman Song Ja IYF Asian Pacific Regional Meeting 2004 (Beijing, China) Apr 2nd Visteon Children & Youth Worker Training Program May Make A Connection Gong-Bu Bang Support Program grant delivery Confirmation of 2004 Sharing with Neighbors Project (16 facilities) IYF Education Network global meeting (The Netherlands) Jun 3rd Visteon Children & Youth Worker Training Program Gong-Bu Bang manual publication ceremony and seminar Jul Partnership with BizWorld Foundation for Youth Financial Education Project Aug Confirmation of Daum Youth Cultural Event Support Program and grant delivery ceremony (7 facilities) Final Visteon Children & Youth Worker Training Program Sep Make A Connection Annual Meeting (Argentina) We Start Love Mentors Project launch Oct IYF Annual Meeting (Argentina) 2004 Rest & Recharge support and grant delivery (5 teams) Nov 2nd Make A Connection Gong-Bu Bang manual workshop

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Grant Support Reporting by Project(2000.3~2004.12) The social welfare foundation Kids&Future was founded in March 28, 2000 by venture companies as an independent nongovernmental supporting organization with a total investment of 5,000,000,000 KRW, including basic assets of 3,000,000,000 KRW. Kids&Future has been endeavoring to expand social welfare perspectives by discovering and bridging social welfare gaps, maintaining its core values including professionalism, transparency and effectiveness, through Kids&Future’s representative projects, Sharing with Neighbors Project and Rest & Recharge Program for Social Work Practitioners from its existing foundation as well as Make A Connection Gong-Bu Bang Support Program and iTER Youth IT Support Project funded by International Youth Foundation (IYF), U.S.A.

Total Grants 5,084,484,000 KRW 22% 4%

Rest & Recharge Program for Social Work Practitioners

2%

Daum Youth Cultural Event Support Program

3%

IT Support Project

36% 9%

Other short term projects Designated fund

13%

Make A Connection Gong-Bu Bang Support Program

10%

iTER Youth IT Support Project

1%

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Sharing with Neighbors Project

Visteon Children & Youth Worker Training Program


Sharing with Neighbors Project Sharing Five years under this beautiful name The past five years were such a happy period under the beautiful name, Sharing. The Sharing with Neighbors Project is for our precious neighbors who desperately want somebody’s help but are never helped by anybody. Kids&Future helps these social welfare facilities and organizations that have been excluded from support by government and regional governing offices. The Sharing with Neighbors Project supports group homes, shelters, and nongovernmental facilities for youth with disabilities and provides welfare services for underprivileged children, youth and people with disabilities. It also supports community welfare networking projects for the independence of community welfare centers.

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Sharing with Neighbors Project beneficiaries and grant amounts (2000~2004) 2000 beneficiaries : 42 facilities/180,026,400 KRW Names of Beneficiaries

Fund Distributed

Sat Byul Gong-Bu Bang

3,710,000

Love Sam Ter

5,308,000

Weol Kok Gong-Bu Bang

6,000,000

Jun-Jin-Sang Community Kot Mang Ul Study

4,400,000

Korea Anglican Association Small Love House

3,600,000

National Children and Youth Group Home

7,600,000

Room

Youth Class

Sal Rim Shelter

1,500,000

Peace Volunteer Service School

2,380,000

Da Sol Gong-Bu Bang

5,400,000

Wol Kok Church, Annex to Korea Presbyterian

4,690,000

Kwangyang YWCA

2,255,000

St. Benedict Bit Dul Re Gong-Bu Bang

3,830,000

Association

Youngsanpo General Social Welfare Center

4,039,000

Ae Sol Gong-Bu Bang

5,064,000

Wol Kok Gong-Bu Bang

Busan Culture Center

2,786,000

Hee Nyeon Gong-Bu Bang

3,740,000

Han Ul Ta Ri Gong-Bu Bang

3,416,000

Hope Place for Working Residents and Children

4,440,000

Dosam Social Welfare Center

3,400,000

Belly Ground Gong-Bu Bang

3,500,000

Nal Moi Children Gong-Bu Bang

4,225,000

Dwan Church, Annex to Korea Presbyterian

3,350,000

Sungbuk Welfare Association, Sungbuk

5,090,000

Gong-Bu Bang Association New Will Hope Sharing Place

5,430,000

Regional Community Nal Moi Ter Gong-Bu

Nakgol Children Gong-Bu Bang, Annex to

6,700,000

Bang

Nakgol Social Mission Center

Runaway Girls’ Resting House Susie’s House

2,563,400

Association

Child Welfare Center Round World

4,882,000

Ahndong City General Social Welfare Center

3,790,000

Dawn Gong-Bu Bang

Korean Anglican Sal Lim Ter

2,400,000

Bit Nu Ri House

2,950,000

Shipjung-dong Residents Project Center Hatnim

Kuro Bluebird Sharing Place

5,440,000

Mindeulre Education Sang Saeng Che

3,600,000

Suwon Fun Gong-Bu Bang

4,112,000

Kodeundong Sam Kol Gong-Bu Bang

5,046,000

Names of Beneficiaries

Sam Ter Night School

5,000,000

Sat Ma Ru Gong-Bu Bang

4,126,000

Association

Hanmuri Sharing Place Gong-Bu Bang

5,200,000

Sat Byul Gong-Bu Bang

5,920,000

Hae Dot E Attic Room

3,300,000

Ahn Min Gong-Bu Bang

5,800,000

Nuri Gong-Bu Bang, Annex to Didimdol Church

1,267,500

Kwangju Gong-Bu Bang Association

3,050,000

Ahnsan Youth Shelter

4,500,000

Seoul Catholic Gong-Bu Bang Association

5,720,000

Daejun Sharing House

7,740,000

Jinko Village Our House

4,500,000

Sae Sup Gong-Bu Bang

3,939,000

Buchun After School Gong-Bu Bang Association

3,036,000

Mustard Seed Mission Center

6,000,000

Mongolian School in Korea

5,200,000

Ahn Min Gong-Bu Bang

5,000,000

Sae Bom Gong-Bu Bang, Annex to Sae Bom

4,980,000

Sharing Gong-Bu Bang

6,180,000

Hopeful Gong-Bu Bang

3,690,000

True Love Social Welfare Center

5,000,000

Buchun Catholic Labor Division New Day Open

4,580,000

Church

5,870,000

Bang

2001 beneficiaries : 56 facilities/256,715,500 KRW Fund Distributed

Oh Sun Do Sun Gong-Bu Bang

3,530,000

Incheon Gong-Bu Bang Association

4,870,000

Balsan Church, Annex to Korea Presbyterian

2,900,000

Dawn Gong-Bu Bang

3,150,000

Dongdaemun Green Classroom

5,500,000

Class

Evergreen Classroom, Annex to Yeonsoo

4,500,000

Citeun Sunflower House

2,000,000

Buchun Civil Association Children’s Gong-Bu

Kuro Bluebird Sharing Place

5,700,000

Bang

Growing Children Together Fostering

6,000,000

Ahnsan Youth shelter

4,850,000

Da Som Fun House

1,690,000

Hanmuri Sharing House Gong-Bu Bang

5,230,000

Kyongki Southern Region Gong-Bu Bang

6,090,000

Branch, Incheon Association for Peace and Involvement

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Association

Daejeon Sharing House

4,075,000

Cooperative Association

Social Training Center for Working People

4,797,000

Our Happy House Family Cooperative Korea

People’s Association Opening Welfare World

4,986,000

Anglican Association

Open Culture Classroom

4,450,000

Our Gong-Bu Bang

5,149,000

Association

Taebaek Fun House

5,421,000

Women’s Gathering for Green Life

5,950,000

Taebaek Anglican Association Fun House

Ilsandong Youth Gong-Bu Bang

3,100,000

Open Homework Room

Chunchun Sharing House New Hope Shelter

3,000,000

Sungbuk Reiong Gong-Bu Bang Association

Dove House

4,580,000

Sungbuk Welfare Association

1,485,000

5,560,000

5,970,000

No Kok Gong-Bu Bang, Annex to No Kok Church 1,540,000 5,450,000

Anglican Association Wonju Sharing House Hat Sal Gong-Bu Bang

5,700,000


Bongjunglee Dream School

3,440,000

Incheon Gong-Bu Bang Association

5,500,000

(Social Welfare Committee)

Sal Rim Gong-Bu Bang

5,700,000

Chunra Gong-Bu Bang Association

4,800,000

National Children and Youth Group Home

Kwangduck Green After School Class

5,950,000

Chunahn City After School Class Association

4,880,000

Association

Sunshine Bluebird After School Class

5,040,000

Boram’s House

3,287,000

National Independent Living (IL) Self Hope

Open Culture Classroom

6,890,000

Hanna’s House

3,920,000

Organization Association

Nokdong Fun House

1,148,000

Bedesda’s House

3,800,000

Chunra Gong-Bu Bang Association

6,400,000

Peace Volunteer Service School

4,910,000

Ja Rim Won

4,200,000

Pyungtaek Gong-Bu Bang Association

5,450,000

Community Culture Training Center, Annex to

4,670,000

Family Welfare Association Kyungbuk HQ Kumi

5,000,000

Korea Organization for Rare Diseases

4,050,000

Korea Civil Action Information Training Center

6,800,000

Yeosu Open Church

Branch

Children Gong-Bu Bang

3,800,000

Youngju Love House

7,717,800

(CONET)

Hyunjeong Gong-Bu Bang

5,695,000

Low Fence

5,730,000

Living Together World

Jubong Gong-Bu Bang

5,400,000

Daegu Gong-Bu Bang Association

3,800,000

Pohang Youth shelter

1,641,000

Busan Catholic Gong-Bu Bang Association

5,200,000

Michael’s House

4,200,000

Immanuel Community

2,460,000

Names of Beneficiaries

Good Shepherd’s House

4,200,000

Buchun After School Gong-Bu Bang

Sky Dream Place

4,088,000

Association

Sam Dong NeGong-Bu Bang

2002 beneficiaries : 37 facilities/202,374,800 KRW Names of Beneficiaries

Fund Distributed

6,300,000 6,200,000

4,515,000

2004 beneficiaries : 16 facilities/94,885,500 KRW Fund Distributed 4,400,000

Citizens’ Alliance for Residential Rights

4,340,000

Seoul Gong-Bu Bang Association

6,050,000

Buchun After School Gong-Bu Bang Association

5,850,000

Youth Shelter, Annex to National Women’s

5,400,000

National Gong-Bu Bang Association

4,960,000

Jinko Village Our House

7,120,000

Religious Worker Association

Incheon Gong-Bu Bang Association

2,400,000

Ahnsan Youth Shelter

6,360,000

Another House

Kwangju Gong-Bu Bang Association

5,440,000

Heenyeon’s House

5,200,000

Sungnam Children Center Gong-Bu Bang

3,510,000

Kwangyasun Church

6,800,000

Association

Canaan Welfare Mission Center

6,000,000

Poor Youth Community Mustard Seed Village

6,200,000

Names of Beneficiaries

Our Disabled Neighbors Rehabilitation Center

5,359,000

Catholic Gong-Bu Bang Association

6,320,000

National Children and Youth Group Home

Andrew Uncle House

2,200,000

Gwanak Social Welfare Center

6,248,000

Association

Korea Civil Action Information Training Center

7,775,000

Live Together Shelter

5,200,000

Jangbong Hyerim Rehabilitation Center Group

Korea Youth Shelter Association

5,200,000

Children Opening the Future (Chunahn After

6,700,000

Home Support Center

Hanul’s

5,200,000

School Association)

Nodul Disabled Night School

6,200,000

Progressive Disabled Rehabilitation Support

Kuro Health Welfare Center

6,100,000

Center

Our Disabled Neighbors Rehabilitation Center

6,120,000

Pum Youth Culture Community

6,190,000

Seoul Disabled Federation (Seoul DPI)

5,788,000

Love House Disabled Group Home

8,160,000

Sungdong Welfare Association

5,198,000

Sungbuk Gong-Bu Bang Association

6,200,000

Bright Tomorrow Association

8,160,000

Catholic Gong-Bu Bang Association

6,200,000

Our Disabled Neighbors Rehabilitation Center

6,134,800

Kuro Health Welfare Center

8,240,000

National Children and Youth Group Home

8,500,000

Uijeongbu Health & Welfare Network

3,200,000

WILL Disabled Independent Living Center

5,023,500

Incheon Gong-Bu Bang Association

5,975,000

Rare Disease Children Helping Movement

8,000,000

Incheon Involvement Autonomy Solidarity

4,200,000

Ahnyang HQ

Association Duckhari Sharing Place

5,200,000

2003 beneficiaries : 18 facilities/98,360,000 KRW

Children Opening the Future (Chunahn After

Fund Distributed

Korea Civil Action Information Training Center 2,680,000

6,407,000

School Association) 7,200,000 6,525,000 5,250,000

(CONET)

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Sharing with Neighbors Project A Message of Thanks If you open your heart to the world, you will find hope. When you are under hardship…. and it becomes a month, then a year and more than several years…. your world will be full of despair. A day to live as a person with critical disabilities… one day becomes the next day. That next day becomes a month and soon several years have passed. Sitting in the room, I wonder what would be outside the window and miss outdoor life. We miss almost everything. The scent of yellow flowers, the coolness of the river wind and the white snow that we had in days gone by. Our organization has been finding many new ways in the lives of people with critical disabilities to work with and help others, cherishing hope rather than despair. It was a truly pleasant and happy thing that we could proceed with Empowerment Friday Class setting up relationships with Kids&Future in 2004.

People with critical disabilities who have difficulties communicating with the world have become more involved with the society through Empowerment Friday Class. Their small beginnings in speaking with strangers and asking for a little help may seem as nothing but as they experience the program, they find the world more closer and comfortable by going to the market, the bank and movie theater by themselves or on a trip with other colleagues. Perhaps this may be a sign that they are finding themselves more connected to the world. For our friends-people with critical disabilities who use wheel chairs and communicate with somewhat uncomfortable body language and words-no more difficult scenes as in the past. Thank you to everybody who successfully completed Empowerment

General

ary g-Ja Secret Lee Kyun Tommorrow Association Bright

Friday Class, trusting in themselves and their colleagues. Special thanks to Kids&Future for giving them a brand new hope through the Sharing with Neighbors Project. Nobody can talk easily. However, the world will be full of hope for our friends, people with critical disabilities whose smiles to the world gradually open their once closed hearts.

The Bright Tommorrow Association is a nonprofit organization together with people with critical disabilities who feel the weight of the world.

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Rest&Recharge Program for Social Work Practitioners Network of workers through rest & recharge The Rest&Recharge Program brings social workers and volunteers with precious and beautiful hearts together. Social Workers and volunteers join with our underprivileged neighbors in poor working environments. Because of them, the world is more beautiful. Like each one of our disadvantaged neighbors is precious, workers and volunteers who care and are with them are precious as well. The Rest&Recharge Program for Social Work Practitioners supports workshop programs so that social&youth workers and volunteers can recharge their bodies and minds through rest.

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Rest&Recharge Program for Social Work Practitioners beneficiaries and grant amounts (2000~2004)

2000 beneficiaries : 11 teams / 130 people / 18,534,300 KRW Beneficiaries Jungkok General Social Welfare Center

Programs

Choonchun Rehabilitation Support Facility

Rehabilitation Activist Training for Community Spirit Reinforcement

Dongshin University General Welfare Center

Work Training for Kwangju Young People & Worker’s Rest

9

10

Wish’s House

Burn Out Prevention and Networking for Seo Kyung In Mental Recuperation Facility Social Workers

7

15

Seoul Community Gong-Bu Bang Association

Vision Search of Nongovernmental Gong-Bu Bang Activity Strategy Meeting for Children’s Welfare Network Organization within Community

8 11

Members

Community Networking through Restoring Relationships

Bangah Village General Social Social Welfare Academy for Dobong-gu Social Worker’s Service Quality Welfare Center

14

Gwanak Social Welfare Center

Community Welfare Benchmarking Trip for Social Welfare Practitioners

11

Jipyeong Church Small Gong-Bu Bang

Seoul Gong-Bu Bang Association

Organization Vision Set Up Workshop and Mental Training Activity

12

Kuro Health Welfare Center

Jeju Island Community Welfare Activity Organization Study Visit and Training for Kuro Network Making

Daekyung Youth Drug Counseling Center

Social Welfare Practitioner Training for Community Social Welfare

9

Belly Ground Gong-Bu Bang

Assignment Research for Perfect Integrated Education and Community Network Making

Nanum’s Fun House

Seminar for After School Teachers and Visiting Model Facilities

8

Kangrung City General Volunteer Center

Kwangju Gong-Bu Bang Association

Benchmarking and Training Activity for Alternative Finding of Community Education Movement

Group Training for Identity Crisis Recovery of Field Social Workers

7

Chungchungbukdo Social Welfare Association

Advanced Social Welfare Facility Benchmarking Program

Civil Coalition to Open Welfare World

Chunahn Community Welfare Movement Organization Practitioner Training for Understanding Social Welfare Policy Making of Regional Autonomy Organizations

True Love Protection Work Placea

Ahndong City Work Rehabilitation Practitioner Training Association for the Disabled

Programs

11 12

Youth Violence Prevention Foundation

Network Making for Youth Human Rights Improvement

12

18

Korea Fostering Teacher Association

Family Welfare Support & Fostering Example Sharing and Fostering Practitioners Training for Community Networking

15

15

Haenam Youngnam Gong-Bu Bang

Hope Search for the End of Land

11

Elliel Hill

Social Welfare Trip in White Land (Ski Resort)

10

10

2001 beneficiaries : 20 teams / 231 people / 34,838,000 KRW Beneficiaries

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Seoul Sungdong Sungdong Welfare Workers Network in Namdo Rehabilitation Support Facility

15

Emao In-House Elderly Center Leadership Training for Field Social Workers

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2002 beneficiaries : 16 teams / 152 people / 33,567,000 KRW Members

Beneficiaries

Programs

Members

National Lay Off & Homeless Counterplan Association

Let’s Go, You and Me, To a Broader World

12

Health Solidarity

Network Set Up Training for Community Health & Medical Activists

8

Jangam General Social Welfare Center

Euijeongbu City Welfare Association Creation

15

Nak Gol Children’s Gong-Bu Bang

Field Visiting and Exchange for Poor Children’s Education in Philippines

8

Sunflower Shelter

Jeju Island Facility Study Visit and Culture Benchmarking

11

Training for Network Making of Sihung Community Teachers

15

Sharing Community Welfare Missionary Center

Solidarity Way Finding for Win Welfare

Fountain Gong-Bu Bang

Hye Jung Won Disabled Work Rehabilitation

Training program of Social Welfare Facility Project Operation and Professionalism Experience in Hukuoka

6

Social Psycho Drama Research Association

Social Pshychology used in the Social Welfare Field Information Exchange and Group Experience about Self Control Methods

8

Jungrib Association Center

Retreat & Devotion of Korean and Japanese Disability Activist

8

Eden Disabled General Welfare Center

Community Social Welfare Practitioners Network Set Up and Stabilization

10

Cardin Youth Counseling Center

Hope Sharing Together

General Social Welfare Center, Annex to Chungang University

Training for Organizing & Activating Branch through School Social Worker’s Solidarity

15

Ahn Min Gong-Bu Bang

Meeting & Sharing Event of Gong-Bu Bang Teachers & Welfare Workers for Improving Ahnyang Manan-gu Community Children’s Welfare

11

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10


Banpo General Social Welfare Training for Networking and Empowerment of Mentally Disabled Center Work Rehabilitation Practitioners Seocho Resocializing Facility

11

Elliel Hill

Leaving Joy and Together Network

10

Belly Ground Gong-Bu Bang

Philippines Field Visiting and Relation Reinforcement of Practitioners through Rest & Recharge

Mil Al Gong-Bu Bang

Seminar to Prepare Kyungnam Gong-Bu Bang Association Activating Methods

13

Catholic Church Seoul Parish Poor People’s Service Committee

Human Network Set Up for Health & Medical Project Activating

12

Incheon Gong-Bu Bang Association

Gong-Bu Bang Vision Creation Workshop through Mental Training

15

Daegu Municipal Hope Center

Empowerment for Mentally Disabled Community

Worthy House

Power Giving and Taking through Solidarity and Sharing

Sungnam Food Sharing Bank

Woman Leader Workshop

7

Involvement Autonomy Sharing Community Kwangjin Residents Solidarity

Exchange, Understanding and Community Movement Vision Creation of Community Movement Activist

15

Jeon Shil No Hyeob

Korea & Japan Exchange Association for New Civil Movement Search for Homeless

11

Sunchun General Welfare Center for the Disabled

Motivation Activation program for Self Development of Welfare Workers for the Disabled in Rural Communities

9

Social Welfare Foundation Blessing’s House

Sorok Island Trip

6

Bangah Village General Social Vision Sharing for Community Welfare Development of Welfare Center Dobong-gu Welfare & Civil Organization Activist

6 11 9

2004 beneficiaries : 12 teams / 113 people / 22.600.000 KRW Beneficiaries

2003 beneficiaries : 14 teams / 132 people / 27,609,000 KRW Beneficiaries

Programs

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Members

Programs

Members

Pum Youth Culture Community

Vision Sharing for Community Welfare Development of Kangbuk-gu Welfare & Civil Organization Activists

10

Human Love Yangcheon Independent Living Center for the Disabled

To Catch a Whale, Symbol in the Heart

12

Kuri City General Welfare Center for the Disabled

Study Visit of Facility for the Disabled and Rehabilitation Program Field Practice to U.S.A.

Heart’s Stump

Hope Sharing program for Information Exchange and Cooperative Project of Mental Health Workers & Practitioners

5

Canaan Welfare Mission Center

Going Out for Relation Building of Pyeongtek Community Children’s Center Association and Finding Activating Methods for Association Reinforcement

8

Ahn Min Gong-Bu Bang

Event in Sea of Winter

7

Good Meeting Children Library

Dreams and Hope to Children through Rest & Recharge of Practitioners

6

Daejun Unemployment Recovering Civil Solidarity Rising People

Nam Do Trip with Story

15

Namwon Social Welfare Center

Community Residents Empowerment through Community Organization Activity in Philippines

6

Ahnsan Disabled General Welfare Center

A way towards Integration - Our Search Trip with Eoi Do

11

Jungrib Association Center

Ahnyang Jun-Jin-Sang Welfare Center

Practitioner Training for Network Set Up and Work & Capability Enforcement of Assistant Service Coordinators of the Severely Disabled

Hwa Tong

9

Stewardship and Sharing Volunteering Association for the Disabled

Understanding of Social Integration Paradigm for the Disabled in Japan and Field Experience of Independent Living of the Disabled & Resource Exchange Net in the Community

Korea School Social Welfare Activists Association

School Social Worker Empowerment Program for Student Welfare Realization

6

St. Miguel General Social Welfare Center

12

Jeonbuk Cart Volunteering Association for the Disabled

Network Set Up Social Workers Workshop for program development to improve Mobility Rights of the Disabled

Information Sharing for Effective Welfare Service Development in the Community and Alliance Reinforcement of Chung-gu Social Welfare Practitioners

Kimje Social Welfare Center

Feminist Fortress Set Up

10

Sunrin Work Activity Center

Strategic Alliance of the Sword Traditional Work Rehabilitation Workers for Work Rehabilitation of the Disabled

8

Nambu Education Center

Field Benchmarking and Exchange of Nongovernmental Community Education in the Philippines

Weol Kok Gong-Bu Bang

Hope Creation for Better Nanri Good

7

Mokpo Volunteer Association Welfare for the Disabled, We Can Make It.

10

12

14

6

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Rest&Recharge Program for Social Work Practitioners A Message of Thanks Rest is a new creation and preparation for a new practice. People working in the community have their own hopes but it’s difficult to find opportunity for our own growth and development. Sometimes, when we feel it’s really hard to continue, we wish for refreshment. Kids&Future’s Rest&Recharge Program for Social Work Practitioners is a program like a ray of light, providing social workers just such a chance. Usually, donations are only for children and youth, not for social workers. Thus, sometimes we can see facilities fattening but practitioners slimming. I have been forming education sharing networks in the community with school dropouts, illiterate adults and foreign female migrant workers who have been playing important roles in Korean society. In the latter part of 2004, we went to community social education fields in the Philippines. Kids&Future’s support was like a jump-start, more than just a grant.

When we first went there and collected various materials in English for several community education sites, we put more priority on rest than recharge, thinking ‘What could be different overseas? Surely not too much… since we educate in Korea, the methods and philosophy that suit Korea should be within the country.’ However, our actual experience far exceeded our expectations. Though it was a busy schedule to visit two places in a day, we met people who gathered to make hope under more severe situations than those we were familiar with and were surprised to see more diverse facilities and methods than in Korea. Some places have an even deeper educational philosophy. Various ways-starting from poor people’s lives, educating them and embedding their thoughts and deeds into community educational programs-motivated us more

General

ary -Soo Secret Kim Han Nambu Education Center

than anything. It was too short, yet a very precious opportunity. We rested but the rest was one that includes great effort. I hope this project can be given to more and more facilities so that they also can feel ‘We rested well. We were refreshed. We must rise again.’

Seoul Nambu Education Center provides educational programs for poor people in low income residential communities.

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Daum Cultural Event Support Program Hope Creation through Getting Along, Sharing and Joy Me, my friends, neighbors and our generation`:`our culture of getting along together has been disappearing. Cultural events that youth, the disabled and other disadvantaged people enjoying together can hardly be found. Daum Youth Cultural Event Support Program has supported places to make hope through culture in the community. It provides one-stop service including planning, implementation, evaluation and future plans. From 2003, Daum Communications has been in full support of Kids&Future on the theme of ‘Getting Along, Sharing and Joy’.

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Daum Youth Cultural Event Support Program beneficiaries and grant amounts (2001~2004)

2001 beneficiaries, grant total : 40,000,000 KRW Beneficiaries

Events

Kyungahn Shin Yuk Won

Fun Art Event through Recreation and Culture Activity of Facility Residents

Kimje Social Welfare Center

2001 Kimje Youth Culture Festival

Daejun Youth Education Culture Community

The 7th Youth Culture Event

Byungyoung Youth Welfare Center

Youth Eo Ul Ma Dang

Seoul Community Gong-Bu Bang Association

Cultural Event for Poor Children & Youth 2001 ‘Open Your Dreams’

Sungbuk Welfare Association

Youth’s Own Culture Festival ‘Nan Ri Good’

Sihung Gong-Bu Bang Association

‘We Need Hope’ Sihung Community Cultural Event for Poor Youth

Ahnsan Foreign Workers’ Center

Foreign Workers’ Culture Art Event - We Love Ahnsan

Elliel Hill

Eo Ul Ma Dang 2001

Jangahn General Social Welfare Center

Student Alliance between the Disabled and the Non-Disabled Festival for Community Integration

Disabled Women’s Culture Community

Alternative Culture Festival Event for Disabled Youth - ‘Our World that We Make, Play and Turn Around’

Chunghak-dong Gong-Bu Bang ‘Ever Green Classroom’, Annex to Incheon Solidarity Training Branch towards Peace and Involvement

Good Neighbors Creation with Poor Children, Elderly with Solitary Life

2002 beneficiaries, grant total : 24,265,000 KRW

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Beneficiaries

Events

Elliel Hill

Small Music Association with Youth Volunteers

Sungdong Hope Sharing

Our Community’s Hidden Story (The 1st Sungsoo-dong Youth Art Culture Event)

Jangahn General Social Welfare Center

Student Alliance between the Disabled and the Non-Disabled Festival for Community Integration

Sungbuk Welfare Association

Eo Ul Ma Dang of Youth and Sungbuk Residents ‘Nan Ri Good’

Jeju Island General Welfare Center for the Disabled

Disabled Culture Event

International Children Rehabilitation Center

Grand Festival of Folk Play Event with Disabled Youth, Non-Disabled Youth and Community Residents


2003 beneficiaries, grant total : 30,000,000 KRW Beneficiaries

Events

Sharing People / House of Good Son Culture

3rd Generation Culture Festival

Jangahn General Social Welfare Center

Student Alliance Festival between the Disabled and the Non-Disabled for Community Integration (Culture Festival of Youth in Special Class in the 3rd Eastern Community)

Tum Sae

What Are You Doing? Clap Your Hands for Clumsiness

Performance Semi-Underground

Songrim-dong Art Essay Empty Yard Festival

Elliel Hill

Culture Festival with Youth and the Disabled ‘The 2nd You and I’

2004 beneficiaries, grant total : 42,000,000 KRW Beneficiaries

Events

Performance Semi-Underground

Songrim-dong Art Essay Empty Yard Festival 2004 ‘Draw Story of Pine Tree Wood on Disappearing Empty House’

Elliel Hill

‘3rd You and I’ Culture Festival with Youth and the Disabled

Chungju YWCA, Jinju YWCA

Nanzzang Festival of Youth and Community Residents Together to Celebrate Student’s Day

Tum Sae Youth Study Culture Community

2nd Tum Sae Culture Festival ‘Soaring for a New Start’

Busan Brain Disease Welfare Center

Eo Ul Ma Dang with the Disabled with Brain Disease and Community Residents ‘Tumbler Festival’

Children Library Reading Mothers and Reading Children

3rd Getting Along Festival ‘Play with Me’

Community Children Center Mt. Jiri Peace Church

Grand Festival of Folk Play Event with Disabled Youth, Non-Disabled Youth and Community Residents

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Daum Youth Cultural Event Support Program A Message of Thanks Clap Your Hands for Amateur Motion Ah ha! When I think of Kids&Future, I smile. Kids&Future’s Daum Youth Cultural Event Support Project enabled Tum Sae (Gap-The small world that is seen through the Gap is beautiful), a small organization consisting of university students, to open a community youth cultural event. There were interesting stories when we were selected. When we were selected, we were really happy, as if we had won the whole world. We only had our passion and youthfulness, not knowing anything about sharing, welfare or youth culture, just knowing that we could not waste our lives. We just wanted to help disadvantaged youth in their study and cultural environment. Some people thought us too focused, yet for us, a new world opened;this is how Tum Sae Culture Festival was started. It was not easy, but a pleasant procedure, as only children and university students made our own efforts for a large scale festival over more than 150 days before we stood on stage for the first time! The 1st

Tum Sae Culture Festival ‘What Are You Doing? Clap Your Hands for Amateur Motion’ was launched at the 2,000-seat Grand Hall of Daegu Kyungbuk University, usually reserved for big concerts of famous stars, with our hope it could be children’s wish and dream. In 2004, Daum Youth Cultural Event Support also helped us to put on the Fusion Musical Performance with the theme of ‘Soaring for a New Start’ in Daegu Community, transforming the Tum Sae Culture Festival into a youth cultural event for their dreams and future. We gained confidence that we can stand on our own feet in the world. Several days later, we received comments and thanks from an Education Welfare government official at the City Education Office. The sounds of applause and excitement from the audience are still vivid. The most important lesson is that with our vision and dreams we really were able to soar through our event. Cheers of classmate, and applause of

Yoon Jin-Ho

Tum Sae

parents gave us encouragement to participate once again! We have gained and felt more than what we had expected in the 1st and 2nd events. Because we had to take mid-term exams in the middle of the event preparation period, we worried a lot, but in fact, our exam results got better. Our body has many parts:arms, legs, eyes, ears, a mouth and etc. As those parts comprise our body as a human, the character and talents of every human comprise society. We wish on 2005’s star for a society where nobody is left behind just because he or she is different.

Tum Sae (Gap-The small world that is seen through the Gap is beautiful) is a small organization consisting of university students helping disadvantaged youth by support study and cultural experience.

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General Social Welfare Support Project Besides support for long term projects, Kids&Future also supports various projects like crisis intervention, social welfare gap reduction support and planning projects with positive goals by incorporating social issue and interests. This General Social Welfare Support has kept the embers of hope burning in gaps within small or large social welfare organizations.

Support Project by Facility and Amount of Support

6,000,000

Korea Civil Action Information Training Center:The 30th Anniversary of Korea Civil Action Workshop

7,900,000

Scraps Love Sharing Association: The 10th Scraps of Love Culture Festival

6,000,000

Civil Coalition to Open Welfare World: Community Welfare Network Project to make Chunahn a Good City to Live In

5,048,000

3,000,000

Korea Woman Organization Alliance :National Women Activists Event for Women and Children Support

5,000,000

School Social Welfare Association: School Social Welfare Activist Training Support

5,000,000

4,000,000

Korea Youth Shelter Association :Korea Youth Shelter Association Launching and Homepage Set Up Expense Support

8,000,000

Eo Ul Ma Dang for the Disabled Preparation Committee:2000 Eo Ul Ma Dang for the Disabled Support

4,500,000

Civil Action Together:Internet Civil School Youth Seminar program and Homepage Creation Support

8,700,000

Chungchun/Sankok Village Dano Festival Preparation Committee :Chungchun/Sankok Village Festival Event Expense

4,000,000

Kuro Health Welfare Center:Children and Youth from Low Income Families Health Support Project

4,420,000

North Korea Human Rights Civil Alliance: ‘Hankeoreh Summer School’ for Social Adaptation of North 4,600,000 Korean Refugee Youth

Crisis Intervention Support

National Children and Youth Group Home Association Preparation Committee: ‘Public Hearing Association for Group Home Enactment’ Launch Support

Sungbuk Welfare Association:Youth Self Action Culture Festival ‘Nan Ri Good 2’ Support

Social Welfare Program Research Development

Social Welfare Organization Support

Good Teacher Movement: One-to-one matching project between disadvantaged children and teachers

Survey & Research of Shelter, Group Home and Gong-Bu Bang and their Methods of Children Care Venture Companies Corporate Philanthropy Activity Research and Social Involvement Activation Methods Research Runaway Youth Research and Counseling Example Research Research about Children Care Condition & Care Method Development (Group Home related)

Korea Leukemia & Children’s Cancer Association Crisis Operation Fund Support

20,000,000

Winter Goods Support to Villages in Maritime Province of Siberia

4,065,047

Cultural Event for Disadvantaged Children and Youth Support ‘2000 Min Dul Re Chorus, Now, Let’s Smile.’ Kangwon Province No Kok Gong-Bu Bang: Reconstruction of No Kok Gong-Bu Bang Destroyed by Typhoon Rusa

52,860,000

6,000,000

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Designated Fund and Independent Fund Project The Designated Fund and Independent Fund Project offers sustainable involvement structures to the welfare field by mobilizing close help relationships with donors eliminating ineffectiveness that could happen in their own project implementation or foundation set up & management. This is a purpose-oriented fund that can be formed by a company or an organization. Names of Funds

Support Contents

Fund Distributed

Designated Donation for Gong-Bu Bang support program by Nokia Korea

2003

Designated Donation by Daum Communications as Crisis Intervention Support for Gong-Bu Bangs and community nongovernmental welfare organizations stricken by Typhoon Maemi

Kum Tul School Creation

2002.05~2002.12

Designated Donation to set up alternative school ‘Kum Tul School’ by LKFS, BEP, Kookmin Investment Fund, Lee Tae-Ryong, Lee Seung-Hyun, Law Office Daeryuk, Trigem Computer, Isu Chemical, IM Investment, Korea Information Technology, AD Web International, Visco.

18,502,000

Gong-Bu Bang Teacher Support

2002.02~2002.08

1 Million KRW monthly designated donation, by Locus to Seoul Community Gong-Bu Bang Association for Gong-Bu Bang work teacher counseling and improving therapy competence

7,000,000

Learning Network

2001.08~2003

Designated donation to Korea Children and Youth Group Home Association, Korea Youth Shelter Association, Shelter Association by Baewoom.com, Han Jeon Ki Kong and Korea Water Resource Corporation

Love Sharing Support Association

2001.12 ~2005.03 Present

Fund for Group Home for the Disabled, ‘Warm House’ in Asan, Chungnam Province for construction & operation by Leaders Coalition. Shin Young-Soo, Professor of Business Administration Dept. of Yonsei University is Chairman.

Love Music People Association

2003.05 ~2005.03 Present

Scholarship Fund for four children of used-goods-selling families by coalition that Shin Bong-Ae, Professor of Music School, Yonsei University leads as Chairwoman

Civil School ‘Good Citizen’

2002.06~2002.11

Designated donation by Humax for Internet Civil School ‘Good Citizen’

Lee Jae-Woong & Hwang Hyun-Jeong Fund

2002.06

Monthly 250,000 KRW designated donation from wedding gift by Lee Jae-Woon (Daum Communications CEO) and Hwang Hyun-Jeong (broadcaster, Kids&Future PR Ambassador) for the Brothers and the Sisters of Low Income Families

Lee Hye-Won

2002

500,000 KRW designated donation by Lee Hye-Won, Professor of Anglican Association University for Dream Tree Gong-Bu Bang

IT Support Project

2000~2004

Designated donation by Virtualtek for PC purchasing support for IT training

Youth IT manual Creation

2003

Designated donation for iTER Youth IT support project, International Cooperative Project by Daum Foundation for iTER Manual Publication

15,000,000

Handy Soft ‘Convenient Facility for Support of the Disabled’

2000.11

Designated donation by Handy Soft for convenient facility provision for disabled community helpers

10,000,000

Hwang Hyun-Jeong, Standing Alone Scholarship

2003.11 ~2005.03 Present

Designated donation by Hwang Hyun-Jeong (broadcaster, Kids&Future PR Ambassador) of her commercial guarantee to support six group home children for scholarships

15,420,980

Beautiful Year-End Party with CJ

2003

Year-end party expense support by CJ for Gong-Bu Bang Children

22,000,000

ISP Sa Woo Association ‘Over the Mountain’

2003

Fund by ISP as individual support for disadvantaged children and youth

KTB

2000.04

Designated donation by KTB to Seoul Community Food Sharing Movement Association for supporting poorly-fed children Designated donation by KTB to Our Race Helping Movement HQ for medicine support to children Designated donation for Gwanak Work Rehabilitation Center for the Disabled by KTB

n-club ‘Smile Fund’

2000.12~Present

Support Fund by KTB employees and member companies, living expense support to seven children from broken families

27,624,100

2003.06~2004.10

Fund for Children from Low Income Families by Social Leader Coalition Association to support living expenses of five children

10,164,810

Gong-Bu Bang Crisis Recovery

O-Society

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Period 2003

Gong-Bu Bang Hope Organization

25,000,000 6,077,700

14,500,000 331,000,000 8,985,590 22,000,000 3,000,000 500,000 119,791,450

3,000,000 100,000,000 150,000,000 500,000,000


Make A Connection Gong-Bu Bang Support Program Make A Connection Gong-Bu Bang Support Program improves life skills of children and youth. ‘Make A Connection’ is a worldwide long-term partnership program between the International Youth Foundation and Nokia. Kids&Future is involved in it with the Gong-Bu Bang Support Program. From 2002, this Program has supported 38 Gong-Bu Bangs nationwide improving study competence, emotional stability, confidence, human relationships and communication competence of Gong-Bu Bang children and youth. The Gong-Bu Bang Support Program provides an organized program to improve life skills of Gong-Bu Bang children and youth. Through professional supervision, it has reinforced practitioner’s professionalism. Especially, in 2004, a Gong-Bu Bang-Community Children Center manual for all Gong-Bu Bangs in Korea has been published and distributed.

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Make A Connection In early 2000, the International Youth Foundation and Nokia set up a partnership to realize common value by starting a youth support program to change youth and give substantial help, called Make A Connection. This program provides chances to make connections between family, friends, community and beyond to youth around the world through the International Youth Foundation (IYF) and Nokia. Make A Connection has improved the lives of thousands of youth around the world from its launch in April 2000. Currently, this Kids&Future program exists in 20 countries, including Korea, Brazil, China, Germany, Mexico, Poland, South Africa and UK. Each program in each country with the ultimate theme of Make A Connection has shown youth in each country what they really need by making youth support programs which can give substantial help to youth. In the future, the International Youth Foundation and Nokia will expand Make A Connection to many other countries. Nokia has not only provided financial support for Make A Connection but also have been involved in implementation of the program. So far, Nokia has invested more than 10 million USD into the Make A Connection program and management of Nokia has provided support in each country to choose its own localized program. Also, Nokia employees have participated as volunteers of the Make A Connection program in each country. The International Youth Foundation, a youth advocate organization, is one of the largest such organizations in the world. IYF’s worldwide partners are renowned children & youth welfare professional facilities in each country. They have developed and supported the most effective programs for today’s youth.

www.makeaconnection.org

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Make A Connection Gong-Bu Bang Support Program Partner Organizations

Number

Organizations

Programs

Fund Distributed

1

Daejeon Sungnam Gong-Bu Bang

Cultural Experience Program to Improve Confidence and Creativity for Children and Youth of Low Income Families

14,000,000

2

Together Love After School Classroom

Cultural Experience for Children and Youth of Low Income Families

15,030,000

3

Open Culture Classroom

Free After School Counseling Project for Children and Youth of Low Income Families

9,540,000

4

Sunshine Bluebird After School Classroom

Support Activity to Cultivate Positive Self Identity by Decreasing Psychological and Social Devastation

9,580,000

5

Kyesan Jangyun Gong-Bu Bang

After School for Children of Low Income Rural Families

8,600,000

6

Social Training Center Working People

Gong-Bu Bang program Operation Expense Support for Children of Laid Off & Low Income Rural Families

13,670,000

7

Sharing Regional Welfare Mission Center

Club Activity and Culture Trip

13,000,000

8

Dasom Fun House

Cultural Activity/Self-Confidence/ Emotional Stability Therapy Program for Creative Thinking

14,000,000

9

Ahn Min Gong-Bu Bang

Special Class (Angel Class) Operation Project to Improve Emotional Disability, Study of Incompetence and Maladaptation in School of Children from At Risk Families in Ahnyang Community

13,640,000

10

Canaan Welfare Mission Center

Family Camp Mixing with Play Therapy

11

Bit Doen Gong-Bu Bang

Children Culture Art Experience School

12

Nal Moi Gong-Bu Bang

Confidence Improving Program for Children of Low Income Rural Families

13,320,000

13

Mil Al Gong-Bu Bang

Community Children Center Program for Children and Youth of Low Income Rural Broken Families

13,300,000

14

Open Society, Annex to Jinjoo Civil Association

Project Expense for Summer Camp and Family Cultural Experience

15

Fun Gong-Bu Bang Anglican Bansongdong Sharing House

Emotion Healing Program through Tea Etiquette Education

16

Hope Sharing House

Culture and Life Education Program for Children of Broken and Both Parents Working Families

17

Eo Ul Lim Gong-Bu Bang

Cultural Activity for Emotional Stability and Improving Creativity

13,990,000

18

Children Gong-Bu Bang, Annex to Yeosoo Open Church

Hope and Future for Disadvantaged Children

13,670,000

19

Min Deul Le Gong-Bu Bang

Min Deul Le Gong-Bu Bang General Operation Project

20

Green School with Dream

Program for Emotional Pshychology Stabilization for Children from Poor & Single Parent Families

9,500,000 9,500,000

9,302,000

12,345,000 9,235,000

9,620,000 14,050,000

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Number

Organizations

Programs

21

Sharing Gong-Bu Bang

School Life Assistance and Family Function Reinforcement through School Meal and After School Counseling for Poorly Fed Children of Poor Broken Families

14,602,000

22

Doori Hana Gong-Bu Bang

‘Fun Open Class’ with Children in Low Income Families in the Community

14,564,000

23

Sat Byul Gong-Bu Bang

Sat Byul Gong-Bu Bang’s Art and History Class for Children and Youth

13,000,000

24

Songpa Dream Tree School

Emotional Stability Program for Children and Youth of Poor Broken Families in Songpa-gu

13,940,000

25

Weol Kok Gong-Bu Bang

Weol Kok Gong-Bu Bang After School for Children and Youth in Weol Kok-dong 88 Community

14,536,000

26

Green Classroom

Drama Therapy program

10,990,000

27

Shin Myung Na Nun Village

Gong-Bu Bang Program for Children of Low Income Families in Industrial Town Communities

28

Little School inside the Village (ex Open Homework Class)

Emotional Stability and Basic Study Competence Improving for Children in Low Income Families and Single Parent Families Activity Program Development and Implementation for Growth Achievement

10,166,600

29

Zelcova Gong-Bu Bang

‘Character Building Program’ to improve Basic Education Competence and Potential of Children from Low Income Families

14,218,000

30

Children Gong-Bu Bang, Annex to Buchun Civil Association

Fun Trip to Find Myself

13,568,000

31

Daybreak Gong-Bu Bang, Annex to Daybreak Church

Culture & Education Activity Program Including Mind Study and Thinking Ability Development for Confidence Improvement

13,178,000

32

Shipjung-dong Residents Project Center Hatnim Bang

Cultural Activity and Employment Assistance Support for Gong-Bu Bang Children and Youth of Low Income Families

13,848,000

33

Oh Sun Do Sun Gong-Bu Bang

Pottery Art and Mount & Rock Climbing Activity to Build Psychological Stabilization and Self Control Competence for Gong-Bu Bang Children and Youth

12,850,000

34

Incheon Association towards Peace and Involvement Evergreen Classroom, Annex to Yeonsu Branch

Chunghak-dong, Beautiful Village School Creation

10,084,000

35

Bongjunglee Dream School

2003 Bongjunglee Dream School Gong-Bu Bang Project

36

No Kok Gong-Bu Bang

Gong-Bu Bang Program Operation Expense Support

37

Wonju Sharing House Hat Sal Gong-Bu Bang

Cultural Experience Activity and Camp

3,220,000

38

Sung Ter Gong-Bu Bang

Youth Gong-Bu Bang Operation Expense Support

3,976,000

Total

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Fund Distributed

6,000,000

8,461,000 13,488,000

443,581,600


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Love Gong-Bu Bang `Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting held since 2002 is a gathering of Gong-Bu Bang practitioners and workers to share lively and interesting news. Once a year, in a natural environment with beautiful scenery which lets them rest and recharge, they enjoy freedom with other Gong-Bu Bang colleagues nationwide and share information on best practices and program activities. This annual meeting reinforces the national network of 38 Gong-Bu Bangs to give positive strength to each other.

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Gong-Bu Bang Supervision Meeting

During Make A Connection Gong-Bu Bang Support Program, group supervision meetings were held with professionals to enable information sharing and cooperation among practitioners in the community together with evaluation about Gong-Bu Bang functions and programs. Supervision consists of programs to reinforce professionalism of Gong-Bu Bang practitioners and programs to solve various problems happening during project implementation.

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Gong-Bu Bang-Community Children Center Manual Publication and Workshop The Gong-Bu Bang-Community Children Center Manual has been used as a practical resource for Gong-Bu Bang practitioners, including various programs for children and for effective Gong-Bu Bang operation. Kids&Future distributes the Gong-Bu Bang-Community Children Center Manual on a nation scale and supports Gong-Bu Bang Manual’s practical usage by holding manual workshops. Also, an online manual will soon be published in the form of software.

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Gong-Bu Bang Support Program A Message of Thanks Hello! Congratulations of the 5th anniversary of Kids&Future. Fun Gong-Bu Bang is situated in Jinju, KyungSangNam Province. Fun Gong-Bu Bang has undertaken many programs with Kids&Future’s support for two years. We went on a Seoul excursion, watched movies and plays, made pottery, did yellow soil dyeing and went to a forest,‌. too many things to list here. Over the past two years we have happily done all the things that we wanted to do but could not normally do. The best was our Seoul excursion in the summer of 2003. We went to the 63 Building and to Seoul Land spending the most wonderful day. Again, thank you very much. I am sending the gratitude of our Gong-Bu Bang children. Paik Hye-Ri, Fun Gong-Bu Bang Head Teacher

Fun Gong-Bu Bang in Jinju, KyungSangNam Province has been taking part in the Make A Connection Gong-Bu Bang Support Program.

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March 7, 2005 Dear uncles and aunts at Kid&Future. My name is Jung min-woo. I went to Seoul Land in 1st grade. Riding the ferry over water was the most scary ride but also the most exciting. Thank you for letting me have such a fun time. Now I am 3rd grade. I need to learn English and know how to multiply. My favorite time is the Traditional instrument class and snack time. When you come to city of Jinju, please visit Fun Gong-Bu Bang. Bye. Jung Min-Woo in Do-dong elementary school

Kids&Future is so delighted to read the messages of Jung Min-Woo.

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iTER Youth IT Support Project Touch your dream! iTER The iTER Project, in partnership with Lucent Technologies, International Youth Foundation (IYF) and Daum Foundation, has been building the hopes of youth as future IT professionals. iTER is the combination of the words IT+ER, which is an IT professional, a human who enjoys IT. Also, iTER in Korea means children’s playground. iTER is an IT support project to cultivate IT professional competence life skills for youth to live actively in the 21st century information communication technology era, eliminating the digital divide. During the past three years since 2002, over 100 youth monthly and a total of 3,600 youth have received IT education benefits through four welfare centers nationwide. Participating youth build on their dreams to be IT professionals through basic PC education, internet use, homepage creation, web design, and programming by matching their interests and competence.

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iTER Center iTER Kangseo iTER (Kayang 4 General Social Welfare Center)

Projects

iTER Annual Meeting

Fund(won)

Web Design, Web Master PC Repair Technician Computer Use Education Computer, Work Presentation Event Homepage Creation, Case Management Job Counseling and Support Education Professional Counseling, Job Path, Job Search IT Lecture, e-Mentoring

90,600,000

Sungsan iTER (Sungsan General Social Welfare Center)

Computer Use Education Hardware Class, Web Design Class Graphic Class, Animation Case Management, Job Counseling Professional Counseling, Job Path, Job Search IT Lecture, e-Mentoring

90,000,000

Haksan iTER (Haksan General Social Welfare Center)

Computer Use Education Certificate Professional Education Homepage Creation Club Job Path, Work Counseling, Volunteer Case Management, Information Surfing Contest e-Mentoring

60,739,200

Busong iTER (Busong General Social Welfare Center)

Computer Use Education, Graphics Class Social Pshychology Program Case Management, e-Mentoring

9,580,000

2002

Jeju Island / iTER 80 Youth iTER Activity Value Adding, Membership Reinforcement, Group Advertisement Creation Contest

2004

Kangwon Province Pyongchang / iTER 116 Youth Ski program / IT Related Simulation Company Set Up / Company Advertisement Creation

2005

Future of Youth Search program Kangwon Province Sokcho / iTER 83 Youth Mt. Keumkang Trip / IT Club Work Presentation

Total 298,928,600

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iTER Manual Publication and Workshop An IT education manual has been published and a workshop has been held for practitioners to help youth acquire various skills and cultivate them as subjective information producers. Having thus gone beyond the traditional IT education which deals only in simple technical skills, they can cope better with the digital age. The iTER manual has been published and distributed by Kids&Future with cooperative support from Lucent Technologies, International Youth Foundation and Daum Foundation.

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e-Mentoring The Daum Foundation and Daum Communications support disadvantaged youth interested in IT with e-Mentoring projects at four iTER Centers, to share the experience and wisdom of employees working in the front line of the IT industry. The e-Mentoring project matches one mentor and one mentee for programs including online counseling, online discussion and offline events, assisting the proper development of youth.


iTER Youth IT Support Project, A Message of Thanks iTER, our Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter The Story that Continues It’s been three years since iTER started in the summer of 2002 through the support of Kids&Future. Since iTER’s birthday is in the summer, it is celebrated with enthusiasm that resembles a summer fever. iTER’s beneficiaries come from youth of families below or slightly over the poverty line. They are excluded from parental care and various nongovernmental tutoring, which leaves them maladjusted in family and school or pessimistic about their future and themselves, studying at vocational high schools due to their low academic achievements. iTER has been designed to help these beneficiaries overcome the digital divide and prevent psychological social maladaptation when they become mature social members after high school graduation. iTER has been closer to them then any other friend or family member through computer training to eliminate the IT

gap, group programs to provide positive mental challenges to help overcome current emotional adversity, outing programs & camps to support harmonious human relationships and to solve the culture divide, youth club independence meetings to learn human relationship improvement and communication & problem solving abilities and case management for the family of each youth. When asked what iTER means to them, their answers are more than computer skills education. One student relates that somehow he has found personal transformation even though he does not know what it is exactly. Another student says her social character has been developed through the friends and teachers she met during iTER, and she built her own dream for the future. People usually determine their life attitude and future vision during their youth, and how they spend this period influences them significantly. They have to decide many things;this period is very

iTER

seo oung Kang Welfare Lee Sun-Y al Social Center) 4 Gener (Kayang

dynamic. Without the help of Kids&Future and its unique attention on youth which has supported them for three years, a rare long period in Korea, they might not have had the continuous care and timely intervention which have enabled them to decide on their job path and social direction. I express my sincere gratitude to iTER center and Kids&Future which together support youth vision and hopeful future. It feels like our hearts have passed through the winter and experienced a new spring and summer.

Kangseo iTER is a youth rehabilitation support center. It provides job search counseling and rehabilitation supports to youth of families below or slightly over the poverty line.

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Visteon Children & Youth Worker Training Program Practitioner Education for Professional Competence Improvement The Children&Youth Worker Training Program is a project that provides professionalism reinforcement training and continuous exchange among children and youth workers based on a varied and practical education curriculum for practitioners and workers in the social welfare field. This program has been undertaken with the support of global multinational company Visteon, Kids&Future and 40 nongovernmental organizations for children and youth nationwide. A total of five offline yearly professional education programs and monthly online professional supervision provide various solutions for challenges in welfare program practice field for children and youth.

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Education Program Contents Category

1st Education

2nd Education

3rd Education 4th Education 5th Education

Supervision Education

●●

Participating Facilities Nosong Gong-Bu Bang

Lime Village

Understanding Child Welfare Empowering Authority Counseling with the Angle of Strength Emphasis Understanding and Small Group Activity Program related with Group Dynamism for Small Group Activities of Children and Youth How to Write Proposals

Sky Baraki

Community Nal Moi Ter

Wish Gong-Bu Bang

Daejun Nazareth House

Han Woo Ri Gong-Bu Bang

Juahn Gong-Bu Bang

Understanding and Evaluation of Children’s Problems Understanding and Counseling about Children with Attention Disorder and Hyperactivity Understanding and Games about Children’s Maladjustment and Aggression Understanding of Poor Children and Interventions

Saerom Gong-Bu Bang

Open Gong-Bu Bang

Wonmi Gong-Bu Bang

Bluebird David Family

Youth Shelter Opening New Day

Together Love After School Class

Ahnsan Hanshin Youth Shelter

Fountain House

Art Therapy Understanding / Dancing & Movement Therapy Understanding Skills for Community Alliance Activity Communication Skills Education for Improving Child Counseling Competence Basic Skills Practice and Family Wellness Introduction

Nazharo Youth House

Hanul’s

Betel House

Kochuck-dong Meeting House

Yangji Sunshin Gong-Bu Bang

Another House

Education Contents

Siloam House

New Life Community Dream Place Gong-Bu Bang

Busan Community Children’s Center (New Day Fun House)

Sharing Gong-Bu Bang

Group Vision and Visiting Supervision

Children Gong-Bu Bang Annex to Buchun Civil Association Fun Gong-Bu Bang Community Children’s Center Mil Al Gong-Bu Bang

Sea’s Star Gong-Bu Bang Star Light Falling Village Mary’s House

Open Gong-Bu Bang

Bupyung Gong-Bu Bang

Esak House

Fountain Gong-Bu Bang

Community Children’s Center Hae Bom Gong-Bu Bang

Oh Sun Do Sun Gong-Bu Bang

Hae Nu Ri Gong-Bu Bang

Neo Rang Na Rang House

A Rum Du Ri Gong-Bu Bang

Junju Sharing Gong-Bu Bang

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Visteon Children & Youth Worker Training Program A Message of Thanks Finding things that I have not found in the field‌ Whenever I think of my past school days, meaningful and precious memories make me happy. When I found the 2004 nongovernmental children& youth worker leadership training program, I was in great difficulty from finding myself burned out and feeling my intelligence and effectiveness draining away. Doubts about my dreams, that my ideal of social welfare might be just a fantasy, had built up to discourage me after ten years working in a nongovernmental juvenile delinquency facility. It was not easy to find the time but my courage drove me to participate in the program, believing that I needed something to fill a void within. In the first day of the first course, I felt my spirit lifted to see the cleanliness and magnificence of the venue. The bright

smiles and kindness of the staff shifted my mental burden to my colleagues in the facility who had to work harder to fill my absence. In each session, respected social welfare professionals gave suggestions that can be helpful to solve everyday challenges in the field more easily and strategically. They opened my vision and strengthened my heart with encouragement. The enthusiastic lectures of the professors taught me a lot. Another big gift that I received was my experience in the evenings, sharing with classmates who have devoted their lives in each region nationwide. Those conversations gave me a chance to rekindle my faded passion towards my dream, and to feel I am not alone.

Hoon Han Sang- h House Yout Nazharo

with enthusiasm, our supervisor, Prof. Park In-Sun, Kids&Future and Visteon for providing such good education opportunities to the people working to filling up the gaps which exist in the society.

I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the professors who taught us Nazharo Youth House is a shelter for youth harmed by society or family.

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Youth Global Biz Mind Project, ‘BizWorld Program’ What’s the BizWorld program? The BizWorld program is a financial education program for children to foster their entrepreneurial spirit and teach business basics and financial management through a form of entrepreneurship simulation. This was invented by Tim Draper (Draper Fisher Jurveston ePlanet CEO), a venture capitalist in Silicon Valley. CA ten years ago in response to his daughter’s questions about his work. In 1997, BizWorld Foundation was founded in California and has distributed this program throughout the U.S.A., and to the Netherlands, Australia, Germany, Canada, Singapore, South Africa and Lebanon, including Kids&Future. A total of 65,000 children worldwide have received this education.

Project Purpose

Youth Global Business Mind Cultivation

Upgrading Volunteer Activation and Financial Thinking

Corporate Philanthropy Activity PR

BizWorld Foundation help youth to acquire

It also upgrades the financial thinking of

Corporate philanthropy activity about

financial concepts and to build thinking

volunteers through volunteer centers

children & youth financial education

competence through the BizWorld business

nationwide and volunteer involvement of

information is available through Corporation

set up education simulation kit developed

BizWorld education students’ parents.

PR within the BizWorld program kit and

and distributed by the BizWorld Foundation

program education through corporate employee volunteers.

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Project Curriculum

BizWorld Curriculum has been tested in six countries, including the U.S.A., through the education program implementation. The Curriculum Development Team of the Ivitt Research Center, a financial education professional development facility, localizes the education course to fit the Korean environment.

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Class 1 - 2 Hours

Class 2 - 2 Hours

Class 3 - 2 Hours

Class 4 - 2 Hours

BizWorld 1 Design day

BizWorld 2 Manufacturing Day

BizWorld 3 Market Day

BizWorld 4 Finance Day

What’s Business?: Concept Understanding Establishing TeamWork: Activity for Effective Team Organization

Product Manufacturing: Raw Material Distribution → Product Creation (Bracelet)

Role Decision: Role Decision within Project Team

Concept Study about Role Responsibility Pricing Decision (Cost Concept Study )

Attracting Investment: Plan to Appeal to Venture Investors Products PR: Marketing Campaign Preparation Market Research: Consumer Invitation → Purchase Decision through Commercial Advertising

Elementary Students

Middle School Students

Total 8 Hours : 2 Hours x 4 Classes Basic Experience Course Variation of items including bracelet, rubber, clay, etc. Composition of Stock Education Purpose Curriculum

Total 10 Hours :2 Hours x 5 Classes Intermediary Experience Course Stock Education Curriculum Reinforcement Organization of Financial and Entrepreneurial Spirit and Leadership

Market Share Result Discussion Result Settlement Prizes by category


We would like to express our sincere gratitude for donors who have helped Kids&Future with love and sharing throughout Kids&Future’s fifth year.

Kids&Future 2000~2004 Operation Reporting


Support Fund Collection Details (2000~2004) Income Details by Kind-Total Income 10,128,039,644 KRW

63%

Corporation Support Fund

6,251,347,606

5%

Individual Support Fund

536,689,753

1%

One Meal Hope Raising

133,759,595

1%

Fundraising Events

102,392,390

11%

International Foundation

8%

FundDonations of Product

0%

Donations of Stock

11%

Basic Assets Interest Profit Other Income

1,137,919,768 802,116,532 7,000,000 1,148,367,000 8,447,000

Expenditure Details by Kind-Total Expenditure 9,424,395,644 KRW

50

32%

Basic Assets

3,000,000,000

34%

Project (Domestic Alliance)

3,319,155,112

11%

Project (International Alliance)

1,000,872,000

10%

Employment Assistance

947,121,000

4%

Operations

355,131,000

9%

Donations of Product

802,116,532


Support Fund Distribution Details (2000~2004) Project (Domestic Alliance) Distribution Details-Total Distribution Amount 3,319,155,112 KRW

27%

Sharing Support

897,055,000

5%

Rest & Recharge Support

150,134,000

3%

Cultural Event Support

6%

Fundraising PR

187,130,000

4%

IT Support

119,791,000

44%

General Social Welfare Support

11%

Designate Fund Operation

82,776,000

1,507,845,112 374,424,000

Project (International Alliance) Distribution Details-Total Distribution Amount 1,000,872,000 KRW

54%

Make A Connection Gong-Bu Bang Support Program

544,020,000

42%

iTER Youth IT Support Project

419,292,000

4%

Visteon Children & Youth Worker Training Program

37,560,000

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5 Year Project Financial Reporting (as of the end of December 2004) Category Income

Donation Income

General Donations Donation Products Designated Donations Donation Stocks Sub Total

Interest and

Interest Income

Others

Other Income Sub Total Total

2001

2002

2003

2004

Total

65,901

127,455

129,507

93,368

2,343,203

46,866

13,380

668,910

7,177

65,783

802,116

3,860,000

55,701

840,526

639,118

423,560

5,818,905

7,000

7,000

5,833,838

141,982

1,636,891

775,802

582,711

8,971,224

42,881

380,750

313,240

195,115

216,381

1,148,367

502

545

7,400

8,447

42,881

381,252

313,240

195,660

223,781

1,156,814

5,876,719

523,234

1,950,131

971,462

806,492

10,128,038

201,233

285,286

217,819

100,967

91,750

897,055

Ex-

General Projects

Sharing with Neighbors Project

penditures

Children and

Youth Fostering & Cultivation Project

52,861

40,971

28,683

122,515

Youth Projects

Advanced Example Research

12,656

7,532

20,188

Cultural Event Support

35,678

47,098

82,776

International Exchange Alliance Project

4,554

12,925

17,479

30,145

15,365

12,850

58,360

296,895

341,622

254,034

154,049

151,773

1,198,373

Children Welfare and Other Supports Sub Total Social Welfare

Internet Social Welfare Project

32,589

33,308

13,523

5,299

84,719

General Projects

Rest & Recharge Support Project

22,315

37,768

35,150

28,199

26,702

150,134

Social Welfare Organization Support

33,229

27,023

11,173

1,000

72,425

Crisis Intervention

24,082

4,142

28,224

Program Development Research

17,910

24,251

15,205

6,205

63,571

130,125

122,350

79,193

39,703

27,702

399,073

Video Creation

25,020

13,986

12,000

1,200

52,206

Records Creation

15,595

11,534

12,323

18,727

58,179

Gratitude/Support Events

17,489

10,975

17,729

46,193

Fundraising Development

14,985

5,348

4,118

24,451

External Fundraising Support Event

6,101

6,101

58,104

13,986

55,595

36,600

22,845

187,130

Sub Total PR

Sub Total General Project Total

485,124

477,958

388,822

230,352

202,320

1,784,576

Designated

Designated Donation Not Related with Budget

110,000

65,017

82,610

47,804

54,574

360,005

Projects

Poorly Fed Children Support

100,000

100,000

Designated

North Korean Children Support

150,000

150,000

Donations

Children and People with Disabilities

500,000

500,000

Independent Fund Operation Project

8,062

7,454

79,109

279,799

374,424

IT Support Project

5,926

5,926

MaC Gong-Bu Bang Support Project

170,937

224,587

148,496

544,020

ITER Project

97,948

163,118

158,226

419,292

Visteon

442

37,118

37,560

Goods Support Project

59,805

699,351

6,517

63,800

799,473

860,000

138,810

1,028,300

521,577

742,013

3,290,700

Designated Project Total

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2000 1,926,972


Category

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

3,368

5,840

9,208

1,345,124

616,768

1,417,122

755,297

950,173

5,084,484

162,110

192,916

142,840

143,785

184,205

825,856

5,239

1,333

50,573

57,145

9,322

11,792

9,828

10,094

13,876

54,912

171,432

204,708

157,907

155,212

248,654

937,913

Foundation Operation

5,047

3,899

1,794

1,056

1,808

13,604

Meeting

6,981

2,674

2,007

2,708

1,974

16,344

Sub Total

12,028

6,573

3,801

3,764

3,782

29,948

Employee benefits

62,184

Assistant Expense Expenditure

Total

Administration

Salaries

Employment Assistance

Retirement Social Insurance Sub Total

Project Overhead

Operation Management

Total

11,295

15,004

16,320

12,971

6,594

Travel

3,664

1,020

230

189

337

5,440

Communications

6,296

4,937

3,812

4,806

2,501

22,352

Consumables

2,418

1,581

1,119

1,654

1,984

8,756

Advertising & PR

1,877

1,877

Commissions and fees

6,908

4,970

12,600

8,434

9,906

42,818

Printing expenses

3,004

1,575

1,832

835

1,720

8,966

Training expenses

280

627

750

80

2,547

4,284

Events

2,266

489

450

57

1,178

4,440

Auto Maintenance

1,266

3,540

296

5,102

808

117

123

216

130

1,394

2,812

20

118

288

2,283

5,521

10,907

14,323

15,306

21,420

23,192

85,148 7,239

Taxes and dues Expendable and Repair Rent

0

7,239

1,573

1,621

1,268

1,217

80

5,759

55,374

49,824

54.224

59,406

52,452

271,280

Administration Total

238,834

261,105

215,932

218,382

304,888

1,239,141

Change of Asset and Debt

224,512

-22,670

-331

-148,419

811

53,903

Total Expenditure

1,808,470

855,203

1,632,723

825,260

1,255,872

6,377,528

Balance (Income - Expenditure)

4,068,249

-331,969

317,408

146,202

-449,380

Cash and Saving

4,021,383

3,689,414

4,006,822

4,153,024

3,703,644

Basic Asset Amount Deduction

3,000,000

3,000,000

3,000,000

3,000,000

3,000,000

Disbursable Fund

1,021,383

689,414

1,006,822

1,153,024

703,644

Office Relocation Miscellaneous Sub Total

Donated endowment asset management profit was used directly for the purpose of public value Public corporation should use more than 70% of donated endowment asset management profit for social purpose within one year from the final day of business year. Non-designated support fund can be used for foundation operation expenses but indirect expenses should not exceed 50%.

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Independent Auditor’s Report Independent Auditing Organization : Ernst & Young

We have audited the accompanying statements of financial position of Kids & Future (the “Foundation”) as of December 31 2003 and 2004, and the related statements of activities and cash flows for the years then ended, all expressed in Korean won. These financial statements are the responsibility of the Foundation’s management. Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audits. We conducted our audits in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the Republic of Korea. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free of material misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. We believe that our audits provide a reasonable basis for our opinion. In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above expressed in Korean won, present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of Kids & Future as of December 31 2003 and 2004, and the changes in its net assets and cash flows for the years then ended in conformity with the financial accounting principles for private, non-profit, and social welfare corporations established under the Social Welfare Act of the Republic of Korea and, where applicable, accounting principles generally accepted in the Republic of Korea. February 16, 2005 CEO Oh Chan-Seok

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Past and Current Board of Directors Board of Directors(2000 -2004)

Board of Directors-current

Son Bong-Ho

Founding Chairman (Mar 2000~Feb 2004) President, Dongduck Women’s University

Lee Young-Tak

Vice Chairman (Mar 2000~Mar 2003) Chairman, Korea Exchange

Song Kyung-Yong Executive Director (Mar 2003~Mar 2003) Reverend, Anglican

Chairman Song Ja 2nd Chairman (March 2004~Present) Chairman & CEO, Daekyo Co., Ltd.

Church of Korea

Kim Dong-Jin

Chung Moo-Sung

Vice Chairman (March 2003~Present) CEO, CAS

Director (December 2004~Present) Professor, Dept. of Social Welfare, Soongshil University

Kim Jung-Shil

Cho Min-Je

Director (March 2003~Present) CEO, Maekyung IBI

Director (May 2003~Present) VP, Kookmin Daily Newspaper

Lee Young-Hwan

Executive Director (Mar 2000~Dec 2004) Professor, Dept. of Social Welfare, Songgonghoe University

Lee Hye-Kyung

Executive Director (Mar 2000~Mar 2004) Professor, Dept. of Social Welfare, Yonsei University

Kang Ji-Won

Executive Director (May 2003~Feb 2004) Senior Partner, Cheongji Law Office

Kwon Sung-Moon Director (Mar 2000~May 2003) Chairman, KTB network Kim Yong-Ik

Director (Mar 2000~Feb 2004) Professor, College of Medicine, Seoul National University

Seo Ji-Hyun

Director (Mar 2000~May 2003) CEO, Virtualtek

Lee Yong-Sun

Director (Mar 2000~Mar 2003) Director, Korean Sharing Movement

Lee Jae-Woong

Director (Mar 2000~Feb 2004) CEO, Daum Communications

Lee Chan-Jin

Director (Mar 2000~Dec 2001) Lawyer, Haeram Law Office

Ji Eun-Hee

Director (Mar 2000~Mar 2003) Former Minister of Gender Equality

Kim Han-Sub

Joo Tae-San

Han Min-Ho

Director (Mar 2000~May 2003) President, Digital TETRA Inc.

Director (March 2003~Present) CEO & VP, KTB network

Director (May 2003~Present) CEO, MaxMovie

Park Mun-Shik

Auditor (Mar 2000~Mar 2002) CPA, Jewon Accounting Corp.

Kim Yoong-Il

(Passed away in 2004) Advisor (Mar 2000~Apr 2004) Former Chairman, Korea Association of Social Workers

Kim Tae-Hyang Kim Hye-Ryun Vice Chairman (May 2003~Present) CEO, IFNetwork

Auditor (April 2002~Present) Partner, Sam-Kyeong Accounting Corp.

Kids&Future Ambassador

Executive Director Park Du-Jun

Sohn Kyung-Hee Director (May 2004~Present) Professor Emeritus, Yonsei University

Executive Office

Lee Jong-Wook

Bae Yoo-Jeong

Auditor (March 2002~Present) Senior Partner, Bae, Kim & Lee

Broadcaster, Simultaneous Interpreter

Luy Tong Gyun

Lee kyung Hee

Choi June Guen

Choi Ye Jun

Kim Surl Hee

Choi Ji In

Choi Sun-Jung Lee Jae-Hong Director (December 2001~Present) Chairman, Ahn Kwon & Co.

Advisor (March 2000~Present) Former Minister of Health and Welfare

Hwang Hyun-Jeong Broadcaster, Former Anchor of KBS

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Donors ●

Gabia

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Corporations Officeman

Korea Education

One Meal Hope Raising Campaign Daum Communications

Daou Data System

Virtualtek

Coconut

Lucent Technologies Korea

R.R. Kang

Y.S. Sung

J.W. Lee

S.H. Kang

K.H. Ryu

D.E. Lee

T.M. Cho

W. Kim

C.W. Kang S.I. Yoon

S.C. Kang

J.C. Park

W.S. Lee

E.J. Baea

M.T. Song

H.K. Lee

H.C. Kang S.H. Park

S.K. Lee

H.K. Chae

Y.M. Kim

K.M. Kim

S. Lee

D.Y. Kwak

S.W. Paik

E.P. Lee

H.S. Kang

H.W. Song

H.J. Chang

K.N. Ko

S.J. park

S.K. Lee

M.C. Choi

S.H. Jeon

D.H. Kim

K.D. Lee

J.W. Keum

B.S. Seo

J.Y. Lee

J.H. Park1

S.K. Lee1

B.J. Choi

S.M. Kwon

B.S. Kim

S.L. Lee

K.S. Kim

W.C. Seo

J.H. Lee

Kaon Media

Auction

Media

Netports

Wise Paynet

Nokia Korea

Dasan Networks

Y2Net

KOWACO

H.K. Kang

D.W. Shin

E.S. Jeon

K.M. Ko

Dasan ENG

Wine21.com

Korea Warawoneko

K.H. Kim

J.H. Shin

J.H. Jeon

S.C. Kwak J.H. Park

S.J. Lee

Y.S. Choi

D.S. Shin

S.C. Kim

Y.H. Lee

B.C. Kim

S.M. Sung

J.W. Lee

Dasan Internet

Woori Art

KTF

N.H. Kim

Y.S. Shim

K.C. Jung

K.M. Kim

S.Y. Bang

S.J. Lee

Y.J. Choi

Y. Kim

Y.H. Kim

J.I. Lee

S.D. Kim

K.J. Sohn

J.Y. Lee

M.Y. Kim

J.I. Oh

H.S. Jung

K.B. Kim

H.K. Bang S.K. Lee

H.K. Choi

B.I. Yoon

J.H. Kim

J.H. Lee

S.M. Kim

K.C. Shin

H.S. Jeon

M.J. Kim

C.H. Yoo

S.H. Choi

S.O. Kim

D.H. Bae

Y.J. Lee

S.Y. Tak

J.S. Nam

J.O. Kim

C.K. Lee

S.J. Kim

S.K. Shin

H.B. Jeon

Daou Data System

Wonderland

Han Bang Tel

Daum Foundation

Wavetech Korea

Hansol Gyoyook

B.Y. Kim

S.H. Yoon

J.M Choi

S.I. Kim

J.W. Bae

Y.H. Lee

S.C. Hong

Y.N. Kwon

H.M. Kim

H.J. Lee

S.K. Kim

Y.S. Shin

H.Y. Jung

Daum Communications Unix Korea

KPS

S.H. Kim

J.H. Yoon

J.E. Choi

S.J. Kim

M.Y. Paik

J.H. Lee

J.H. Hong

B.O. Paik

M.H. Park

C.S. Lim

S.H. Kim

B.I. Ahn

K.N. Cho

Daehan Investment and Yuhan Kimberly

Haitai Research

Y.J. Kim

J.S. Yoon

J.H. Choi

S.W. Kim

S.H. Paik

J.H. Lee

C.H. Hong

J.S. Kim

S.J. Park

Y.E. Chang

Y.S. Kim

S.K. Ahn

H.H. Joo

J.Y. Kim

K.M. Lee

E.H. Ham

Y.J. Kim

E.H. Shin

M.H. Lim

C.H. Hwang

Y.J. Kim

J.B. Park

I.S. Jeon

I.H. Kim

J.H. Ahn

D.S. Cha

C. Kim

K.H. Lee

S.H. Park

Y.K. Kim

I.H. Yang

Y.T. Jang

H.J. Hwang

K.H. Koh

J.H. Park

K.J. Cho

J.S. Kim

M.T. Oh

D.S. Choi

T.H. Kim

S.H. Lee

M.J. Heo

Y.I. Kim

Y.H. Oh

J.O. Jeon

H.J. Hwang

M.K. Shin

J.M. Park

S.I. Cho

C.D. Kim

M.K. Oh

I.Y. Choi

Securities

E-Sellpia

Center

Duckil Togun

ETOOS

Handy Soft

Dongah Daily

Incruit

Voith Korea

H.J. Kim

S.H. Lee

E.K. Hwang

Y.C. Kim

E.Y. You

D.C. Jung

W.K. Min

C.Y. Park

W.Y. Cho

H.S. Kim

M.S. Oh

J.Y. Choi

DIG Communication

Infiniti Telecom

HUMAX

Y.K. Nam

Y.C. Lee

J.K. Lee

Y.S. Kim

S.J. Yoon

Y.H. Jung

T.H. Koo

W.S. Seo

S.M. Chae

C.H. Nam

H.K. Yoon

J.K. Choi

DIG Cubein

Jazz Culture

CPS Technology

H.Y. Min

W.H. Lee

M.S. Park

I.K. Kim

Y.J. Yoon

H.N. Jung

E.J. Yoon

H.J. Shin

S.C. Hong

M.K. Noh

K.H. Lee

Dicon House

Information &

KAT System

B.K. Park

J.H. Lee

S.A. Lee

J.H. Kim

J.I. Yoon

Y.H. Cho

K.H. Ahn

M.K. Park

K.H. Lee

J.Y. Park

J.M. Lee

J.Y. Hong

H.K. Kim

K.J. Lee

J.W. Cho

I.K Yoo

Y.H. Park

S.M. Lee

Locus

Communication

KTB Network

C.H. Seo

J.Y. Lee

N.K. Noh

D.C. Lee

J.H. Cho

S.B. Yoon

U.H. Park

S.H. Lee

Maeil Economic TV

Financial

KTB Entertainment

Maxmovie

Cooperative(ICFC)

KTB Incubating

Megavision

Jewoo Media

PWC

Musical Factory LEHI

Joeun System

YES24

S.M. Kan

K.A. Park

M.S. Lee

J.W. Jung

T.Y. Kang

H.J. Yoo

S.J. Kang

H.H. Kim

H.B. Oh

E.S. Jung

J.S. Kim

S.Y. Kim

Media Planet

GEO

Y.D. Koh

S.Y. Park

S.H. Lee

C.Y. Jung

H.C. Kang

J.K. Yook

E.H. Ko

M.J. Nam

M.N. Yoo

E.S. Jung

H.K. Kang

S.W. Kim

Biomedia

Carlton Chemical

Y.H. Koh

S.H. Park

S.H. Lee

H.S. Jung

K.S. Kim

K.A. Lee

K.W. Koo

S.H. Ryu

M.H. Lee

J.S. Jung

S.K. Ham

J.S. Eo

Baewom.com

CastNet

K.S. Kwon S.Y. Park

Y.K. Lee

J.W. Cho

D.Y. Kim

J.S. Lee

D.J. Kwon

Y.S. Mun

S.M. Lee

K.K. Cho

H.J. Lee

I.S. Eo

M.T. Kwon J.S. Park

Y.B. Lee

J.H. Cho

M.Y. Kim

H.J. Lee

O.Y. Kwon H.J. Kim

S.Y. Lee

H.H. Cho

J.S. Park

K.W. Lim

K.D. Kim

J.S. Park

Y.J. Lee

H.S. Cho

S.H. Kim

J.H. Lim

H. Kim

N.J. Park

S.I. Lee

H.J. Cho

S.B. Kim

T.S. Joo H.M. Choi

INICIS

Korea Lily

Daum Direct Automobile Insurance

IFNetwork

Virtualtek

Compaq

Bae, Kim & Lee

CoPage

M.R. Kim

H.E. Park

W.Y. Lee

S.H. Joo

A.S. Kim

Y.H. Chag

K.H. Kim

N.H. Park

Y.H. Lee

H.K. Jin

J.M. Sohn

Samsung Corp.

Turbotek

M.H. Kim

H.S. Park

Y.T. Lee

B.D. Jin

E.K. Kim

S.K. Jun

K.H. Kim

J.S. Park

J.K. Lee

K.Y. Choi

S.M. Hyun

Seohyun Logistics

TSP

M.J. Kim

S.K. Paik

J.W. Lee

K.S. Cha

E.H. Kim

S.H. Cho

N.S. Kim

J.Y. Park

J.Y. Lee

Y.M. Choi

M.H. Choi

Sobic Venture

Ticketlink

S.K. Kim

J.S. Byeon

J.P. Lee

Y.A. Cha

J.W. Kim

J.H. Cho

M.Y. Kim

J.H. Park

J.Y. Lee

S.Y. Han

M.J. Park

S.K. Kim

B.K. Seo

J.H. Lee

H.I. Choi

H.E. Kim

H.K. Ji

S.H. Kim

J.Y. Park

P.R. Lee

S.C. Hong

I.S. Bae

Investment

POSDAQ

Y.M. Kim

H.J. Sun

C.M. Lee

S.B. Ha

K.H. Moon

S.J. Cha

S.R. Kim

J.S. Sun

H.J. Lee

S.Y. Hong

H.S. Lee

CD CASH

Planfield

W.C. Kim

M.Y. Sung H.Y. Lee

J.K. Ha

M.Y. Moon M.J. Choi

S.J. Kim

K.K. Song

J.K. In

J.Y. Hong

H.R. Kim

Syswil

PI Chain

E.Y. Kim

K.H. Song

Y.J. Lim

K.K. Han

S.K. Park

Y.H. Choi

Y.J. Kim

T.S. Song

E.J. Lim

E.K. Hwang

S.W. Moon

CJ

Pickup Phone

J.Y. Kim

D.P. Shin

J.J. Lim

S.W. Han

J.A. Park

K.S. Han

Y.H. Kim

Y.T. Shin

H.E. Lim

J.H. Chung

J.H. Kim

W.H. Shin

H.J. Lim

M.C. Ham

E.J. Sung

H.S. Heo

Y.K. Kim

D.H. Shim

S.H. Jang

J.E. Kim

Ideapia

Pickup Phone

J.H. Kim

J.S. Oh

D.S. Jang

N.H. Heo

J.S. Sung

K.E. Hong

J.H. Kim

B.M. Ahn

Ivy Chungsan

Translation Center

J.C. Kim

Y.J. Woo

S.D. Jang

J.H. Hong

S.W. Shin

Smith Lab

J.H. Kim

M.S. Yang H.J. Jun

Aweb International

Hani Soft

H.Y. Kim

S.Y. Yoo

S.Y. Jun

I.C. Hwang

H.S. Yang

H.Y. Kim

J.I. Eom

H.J. Kim

S.Y. Yoon

S.J. Jun

J.S. Hwang

S.M. Oh

H.S. Kim

K.T. Lee

C.H. Jun

J.M. Oh

S.J. Nam

K.R. Lee

H.J. Jun

J.A. Yoo

S.H. Do

N.Y. Lee

S.K. Jung

J.K. Jang

S.H. Jung

Maxmovie

Inzzang J.I. In and others

VOITH Korea L.K. Lee and others


Individual Donor M.H. Kang

E.S. Kim

K.S. Park

J.H. Shin

S.J. Lee

H.K. Lee

J.W. Cha

Y.J. Hong

S.W. Kang

E.Y. Kim

K.H. Park

C.H. Shin

S.J. Lee

H.W. Lee

E.J. Chae

Y.J. Hong

S.J. Kang

E.O. Kim

K.H. Park

C.H. Shin

S.J. Lee

H.K. Lee

H.Y. Chae

W.K. Hong

O.J. Kang

I.K. Kim

M.K. Park

K.C. Shim

S.H. Lee

H.S. Lee

D.K. Choi

P.W. Hong

E.J. Kang

J.H. Kim

S.K. Park

M.S. Shim

S.B. Lee

H.H. Lee

Y.S. Choi

H.W. Hwangbo

J.H. Kang

J.S. Kim

S.D. Park

C.K. Shim

S.J. Lee

M.C. In

W.J. Choi

Y.J. Hwang

J.R. Koh

J.P. Kim

S.H. Park

H.K. Shim

S.R. Lee

D.Y. Lim

W.J. Choi

Y.J. Hwang

J.S. Koh

J.H. Kim

S.H. Park

K.Y. Ahn

S.H. Lee

M.S. Lim

Y.K. Choi

J.S. Hwang

S.M. Kwon

J.P. Kim

S.H. Park

K.H. Ahn

S.H. Lee

A.R. Lim

E.K. Choi

J.J. Hwang

S.M. Kwon

J.H. Kim

S.S. Park

K.H. Ahn

Y.N. Lee

J.H. Lim

J.Y. Choi

J.E. Hwang

S.M. Kwon

J.H. Kim

S.H. Park

J.H. Ahn

Y.H. Lee

J.W. Lim

J.H. Choi

J.Y. Hwang

S.T. Kwon

J.H. Kim

Y.J. Park

S.J. Yang

Y.E. Lee

J.W. Lim

J.H. Choi

H. Hwang

Y.S. Kwon

J.H. Kim

E.K. Park

Y.H. Yang

Y.J. Lee

N.W.

H.S. Choi

H.J. Hwang

O.Y. Kwon

J.J. Kim

J.C. Park

J.S. Yang

Y.T. Lee

Chang

H.S. Choi

Andrew J. Bailey

H.I. Kwon

J.H. Kim

C. H. Park

C.K. Yang

Y.T. Lee

M.H.

H.Y. Chhoi

Andrew Knox

J.W. Keum

C.K. Kim

J.J. Park

I.O. Yeo

Y.H. Lee

Chang

P.R. Choo

Brian Arnold

K.W. Kim

C.K. Kim

J.S. Park

H.J. Yeon

Y.H. Lee

S.Y. Jang

K.J. Ha

CODY CHOI

K.H. Kim

C.S. Kim

J. Park

S.K. Oh

Y.S. Lee

Y.S. Jang

Yan Ha

Colin McClune

K.R. Kim

C.W. Kim

J.W. Park

S.Y. Oh

Y.S. Lee

Y.H. Jang

I.H. Ha

Duncan Barker

K.H. Kim

T.K. Kim

J.W. Park

J.K. Oh

Y.H. Lee

I.H. Chang

J.K. Ha

Jonathan Holmes

K.S. Kim

T.H. Kim

H.T. Park

W.M. Woo

E.O. Lee

H.W. Jang

H.Y. Ha

Peter Thewlis

K.J. Kim

T.H. Kim

H. Park

C.Y. Won

L.S. Lee

H.I. Jang

D.Y. Han

Peter Thorn

K.T. Kim

T.H. Kim

W.I. Ban

D.K. Yoo

I.S. Lee

H.S. Chang

D.W. Han

Pierre Yves Arzel

K.H. Kim

T.H. Kim

Y.K. Ban

S.K. Yoo

I.S. Lee

K.S. Jun

M.M. Han

Richard Jackson

Designated Fund Love Sharing Club Y.S. Shin with 40 others

Telemetic

Giga Link

Prime Venture Capital

Nano Technix

Dokai Carbon Korea

Nano Technix

Hantel

Nitgen

TG Infornet

DoubleYSLab

Y.H. Shin

B.A. Shin

Digital Times

H.J. Jung

W.J. Koh

Letron

W.J. Yoo

S.T. Kwon

Leader INET

S.E. Hong

M.S. Kim

Madeul

K.S. Kang

S.H. Kim

Biomedia

H.S. Kim

O.H. Kim

Beco Information & Technolgy

S.H. Jung

C.S. Paik

BOSO semiconductor

S.J. Park

S.S. Song

Bizi.com

H.J. Kim

M.S. Lee

Samjin Information & Technolgy

Y.H. Kim

Y.H. Lee

Soft Teleware

S.W. Kim

Y.I. Lee

Shit Information & Technolgy

Y.H. Lee

B.J. Jung

Smartcard Technology

H.Y. Kwak

H.J. Jung

Space illusion

S.H. Kim

J.H. Hyun

Ciz Media

D.H. Kim

ISP

Y.K. Ban

ITF

Y.H. Kim

EbatTNC

J.H. Kim

SD

W.J. Kim

SLI

J.O. Park

SJ Hitech

S.Y. Lee

SGC Technology

B.S. Kim

N-Galleria

K.H. Pyeong

Youngwoo Telecommunication

Y.C. Jung

Omni Media

M.K. Kangg

Wirelesstech

K.T. Kim

ICS Telecom

C.H. Kim

EC Plaza

D.I. Jung

Intime

S.S. Kim

Intech Investment

S.H. Yoon

Jeon System

Y.C. Jung

GS Teletech

J.W. Park

Come&Joy

C.H. Lee

KMAC

B.M. Koo

Kolon Information & Technolgy

C.M. Lee

Musician’s Love Club

K.H. Kim

H.C. Kim

D.W. Bang

S.S. Yoo

J.W. Lee

H.J. Jun

M.H. Han

Sebastian Skiff

O-Society

K.J. Kim

H.S. Kim

D.C. Bae

A.Y. Yoo

J.B. Lee

H.J Jun

M.H. Han

Tami Overby

Y.M. Koo

K.H. Kim

H.N. Kim

Y.J. Bae

Y.O. Yoo

J.W. Lee

K.H. Jung

S.B. Han

Thierry Saugier

N.K. Kim

H.R. Kim

K.W. Paik

J.H. Yoo

J.J. Lee

K.W. Jung

S.S. Han

S.P. Kim Y.W. Kim

D.Y. Kim

H.J. Kim

S.J. Paik

J.Y. Yoo

J.H. Lee

D.H. Jung

Y.S. Han

Y.I. Kim

D.H. Kim

H.J. Kim

D.K. Byun

H.Y. Yoo

J.R. Lee

D.H. Jung

J.I. Han

W. Kim

D.H. Kim

H.Y. Kim

J.Y. Byun

D.H. Yoon

J.W. Lee

B.C. Jung

H.O. Han

D.J. Kim

H.C. Kim

S.H. Seo

S.D. Yoon

J.W. Lee

S.W. Jung

Y.S. Ham

J. Kim H.S. Kim

M.S. Kim

H.K. Kim

Y.M. Seo

J.H. Yoon

J.H. Lee

Y.T. Jung

C.H. Ham

S.Y. Park

M.J. Kim

H.Y. Kim

W.H. Seo

K.K. Lee

J.H. Lee

W.Y. Jung

C.H. Ham

J.C. Park

M.J. Kim

H.C. Kim

J.H. Seo

K.D. Lee

J. Lee

E.Y. Jung

H.S. Ham

B.K. Kim

H.K. Kim

J.H. Seo

K.H. Lee

J.H. Lee

J.S. Jung

D.J. Heo

Y.J. Bae H.D. Song

S.J. Kim

H.N. Kim

J.S. Sun

K.S. Lee

J.Y. Lee

J.H. Jung

M.J. Heo

J.W. Lee

S.K. Kim

S.H. Nam

W.H. Seol

K.S. Lee

J.Y. Lee

J.H. Jung

S.D. Heo

J.C. Lee

S.Y. Kim

S.H. Nam

M.K. Sung

K.S. Lee

J.Y. Lee

C.I. Jung

S.D. Heo

S.N. Kim

K.B. Moon

S.Y. Sung

K.R. Lee

J.H. Lee

T.J. Jung

Y.S. Heo

Y.K. Kim

S.J. Moon

B.H. Son

K.Y. Lee

C.J. Lee

M.J. Cho

J.H. Heo

Y.H. Kim

S.S. Moon

I.S. Son

N.H. Lee

T.R. Lee

S.I. Cho

J.H. Heo

O. Kim

S.S. Moon

S.Y. Song

D.K. Lee

T.A. Lee

Y.D. Cho

S.S. Hong

W.W. Kim

S.Y. Moon

H.S. Song

D.H. Lee

P.L. Lee

J.H. Cho

S.Y. Hong

W.T. Kim

Y.K. Moon

D.C. Shin

M.J. Lee

P.H. Lee

H.S. Cho

S.J. Hong

Y.J. Kim

Y.J. Min

Y.S. Shin

S.K. Lee

P.H. Lee

J.K. Joo

S.H. Hong

Y.I. Kim

K.M. Park

W.S. Shin

S.H. Lee

H.B. Lee

T.S. Joo

S.Y. Hong

KTB n-club Game Expo

S.K. Han

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Ask children what kind of person they want to be. Ask grown ups what are the standards of success. What would be the things that we really should give children, our society’s dream and future? The most precious gift for children would be the pride which helps them to understand their value and importance. People with pride can look upon themselves and their surroundings with a warm gaze. They can overcome hardships and challenges with continuous courage.


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Pride comes from love. Continuous love from the community, warm affection and educational opportunity will help disadvantaged children and youth grow up to be confident people who can love themselves and others.

Kids&Future will Try to achieve a world where all children can grow with happiness and a beautiful society where corporations share in their joy. Like a flower which offers its nectar to a butterfly, like a butterfly which helps a flower reach full blossom, Kids & Future will be a solid bridge to connect children with corporations’ love.

To share our love, to build their dreams and hope, to let them know the beauty of sharing and to help them to have confidence. These represent Kids&Future’s desire for children and youth. Shining faces of children and youth make Kids&Future happy.


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