Hanul Giving Tuesday Campaign

A fundraising campaign for Hanul Family Alliance

Help us receive a matching grant provided by the Retirement Research Foundation up to $5,000 by giving between November 20 and December 1, 2017.



Because of your support, Hanul Family Alliance survived the state’s longest budget impasse in two years and can continue to thrive as a provider of supportive social services for children, minorities, seniors, and low income families in an ever-changing Korean-American community.  

 

Hanul Family Alliance was able to do the following because of your previous support:

· Avoid the loss of our Home Care and Congregate Meal program. Hanul recently launched private home care and catering services for people willing and able to pay for our specialized services. Revenues earned from these programs ensures Hanul can provide services for low-income families even during difficult times. Revenues from the fee-for-services is anticipated to grow higher this fiscal year and with your continued support Hanul can further expand its reach into the community.

· Change our operational model to work more innovatively. By maximizing what Hanul excels in and by thinking more creatively, we increased the number of clients served by 10% and hit the highest number of service units in the past 31 years for our home care program. 

· Start new initiatives and programs with the partnership from volunteers, local churches, business communities and other partner organizations. Korea Food Basket Program, Lake Lunch Program, Power of Attorney Campaign and Memory Health Initiatives are all new programs that launched as the result of fostering new collaborations. 

 

We are so grateful for your continued support. Please visit our website (www.hanulusa.org) to donate online. If you donate between November 20th – December 2nd, the Retirement Research Foundation will match your donation! Ask if your company has a matching grant program and will match your donation as well. Our deepest gratitude for building an organization that our seniors and their families can count on.

 

About the Organization

Hanul Family Alliance

Hanul Family Alliance was founded in 1987 as a Korean American Senior Center to meet the needs of primarily limited-English-speaking Korean elderly. Today, the agency annually serves over 7,000 individuals and families of all ages and ethnicities by providing a broad range of community services to meet the diverse needs of our community members. Our vision is be a leading organization by becoming an efficient, effective, and supportive provider of social services to an ever changing Korean-American community, and our mission is to provide comprehensive community-based services to meet the needs of Korean-American seniors and families to enhance their quality of life. Our three difference offices in Albany Park Chicago, Mt. Prospect in North Cook, and Lincolnshire in Lake County conveniently serves our Korean American community spread throughout the Metro Chicago area.