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Individual Giving

Your generosity helps to provide counseling, support, and specialized services to low-income Korean immigrant families struggling with serious life challenges. Our services bring healing and hope to domestic violence survivors, foster children, and those needing mental health care86 cents of every dollar you donate goes directly back to programs and services that benefit our clients. 


Make a Secure Donation Online:

Make a Donation Through the Mail:

Mail your donation to KFAM, 3727 West 6th Street, Suite 320, LA, CA 90020. Checks should be made payable to “Korean American Family Services” or “KFAM.” Email us at kyeom@kfamla.org or call us at (213) 379-6755 x107 to arrange your donation.

Please click here for our KFAM form to accompany all mail in donations.

KFAM is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. 100% of your gift is tax deductible. (Tax ID #95-3899329)

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Client Stories:

Counseling Pic“I was suffering from panic attacks and anxiety disorders and was using drugs for 4 years to deal with severe depression. Through counseling at KFAM, I began re-creating my sense of self and started seeing a positive future for myself.”    – KFAM Counseling Client

KFFI

On the big day, Sept. 16, the children arrived mid-afternoon, and there seemed to be an immediate sense of relief all around. The kids were respectful, and the girl, who spoke very little English, appreciated being able to use her first language. “As soon as they came, we took them upstairs to show them they have their own rooms,” said Mr. Cho. They were so excited. They’d never had their own rooms.” Ten weeks have gone by, and there have been a few challenges. The siblings hadn’t been together for a long time, and they quarreled until reconnecting with each other.  – Mr. Gabriel Cho (KFFI Foster Parent)(For full LA Times Article click here)