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Welcome

Making a Difference

Making a Difference

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We are making a real difference for the people who have been left behind by prosperity in what was once a third-world nation.

Our Mission

Children in North Korea

Alleviate Suffering is Our Mission

We are committed to alleviating suffering in one of the most misunderstood areas of the world, the Korean Peninsula.  While some prosper, such prosperity leaves other behind, with few options for hope.

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Our History

We have been offering assistance to the less fortunate and the homeless for many years, and have been approached by others who want to participate but don't have the opportunity we have as a result of our access.  We created One Chosun Fund as a non-profit 501(c)(3) Private Foundation in order to give others that same opportunity.

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Our Mission

Our mission is to do whatever is in our power to alleviate suffering experienced by homeless and other less fortunate people on the Korean Peninsula.

Corona Virus update

Concern on the Faces of People

Fighting the Spread of the Virus

Fighting the Spread of the Virus

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The situation in South Korea is severe.  We are doing our best to alleviate the concerns of people by providing needed supplies not available any longer in the country.

Fighting the Spread of the Virus

Fighting the Spread of the Virus

Fighting the Spread of the Virus

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These are common images in South Korea as a result of the fight to hamper the spread of the virus.  Please assist us in sending needed supplies.

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U.S. Soldiers, Families Hit By Corona Virus in South Korea

U.S. Soldiers, Families Hit By Corona Virus in South Korea

 Help One Chosun Fundd assist in South Korea.

Credit:  44 News

Coronavirus cases in the city of Daegu, which is South Korea’s fourth-largest city, have quadrupled since Friday.  The first case in Daegu was reported on Tuesday. But by Friday, the city and its surrounding areas had 152, including South Korea’s first two fatalities from COVID-19.  Empty streets have become the new norm, even though Daegu is home to 2.5 million residents.  Daegu is also home to more than 2500 United States military servicemen and women.  A 61-year-old woman who has links to an American soldier who is stationed at the base in Daegu has now tested positive for coronavirus.  Meanwhile, in the U.S., people are protesting against plans to quarantine patients in California and Alabama from the virus-stricken Diamond Princess cruise ship anchored in Yokohama, Japan.

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Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.  All donations are tax deductible.  Keep your receipt for your tax advisor.  We will provide documentation upon request.

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