The KFPD seeks to eliminate discrimination based on disabilities and supports sustainable
activities to improve social inclusion and human rights for persons with disabilities.
The KFPD was established to contribute to creating a continuously growing community where diversity is respected and the spirit of sharing is alive and well.
The KFPD strives to build a society where diversity is a strength and
person-centered values are universal.
Article 32 of Civil Act and Article 4 of Rules on Incorporation and Supervision of Non-Profit Corporations Under the Ministry of Health and Welfare and Its Subordinate Agencies
A beautiful society where
differences are embraced in harmony
Specialized foundation for public interest
that advocates for the full social participation of persons with disabilities
Disability can be a strength!
We are all different and disability is just one of many differences. Our differences can be our strength.
Pursuing Sustainable Development
The KFPD seeks to establish a support system that strives for the sustainable growth and development of persons with disabilities and organizations for persons with disabilities.
Improving Awareness Qualitatively
The KFPD expands channels for improving awareness to create a society where people with and without disabilities coexist.
Spreading the Value and Joy of Donating
The KFPD fosters a donation culture that allows participants to experience the value and joy of donating and encourages their participation.
Pioneering a New Paradigm for Disabilities
The KFPD is leading a paradigm shift in the recognition of disabilities from a new and multifaceted perspective.
Enhancing Socially Responsible Management
The KFPD is reinforcing a transparent management system capable of actively handling social changes.
Our logo consists of an image of two people leaning on each other, which symbolizes the advancement toward a better society through solidarity and harmony, regardless of whether a person has disabilities or not.
Provided relief funds for fire damages in Guryong Village
Released a research report on current states and operations of organizations for persons with disabilities
Provided relief funds and daily necessities for flood damages in Chungcheong Province
Provided costs to transport the body of a Korean-Russian victim of the Itaewon tragedy
Published research findings on current states and awareness of software education for students with disabilities
Distributed Covid-19 prevention kits
Conducted the donation campaign “Just Fine”
Provided relief funds for earthquake damages in Iran and Pohang, South Korea
Provided relief funds for flood damages in Sri Lanka
Received the “Citation for Merit in ICT Standardization” from the National Radio Research Agency at the Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning
Won the grand prize for the 15th Global Standard Management Awards
Won the special prize for the “Corporate Social Responsibility Awards” hosted by DigitalChosun
Published a Sustainability Report
Appointed actress Lee Young-ae as the head consultant
Inaugurated Lee Seong-gyu as the third Foundation Chairperson
Appointed entertainer Ahn Sun-young as an honorary ambassador
Won the grand prize for the fifth Samil Transparency Awards
Received Sharing Fund from Prime Minister Chung Hong-won
Inaugurated Lee Chae-pil as the second Foundation Chairperson
Concluded an agreement with SK Securities Co., Ltd. about “1% Happiness Sharing Fund” through CMA
Launched a sharing relay titled “Hub-Ring Campaign, Sharing You!”
Held a celebration titled “A 20-year-old’s Portrait Drawn by Five Fingers” to mark the fifth anniversary of the Foundation’s establishment
Joined a session of the Ad Hoc Committee under the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Inaugurated Song Yeong-uk as the first Foundation Chairperson
The Korea Foundation for Persons with Disabilities registered its incorporation.
Organized the board of directors
The Korea Foundation for Persons with Disabilities (hereinafter referred to as “the Foundation”) exists to create “a society where disabilities are not a barrier” with the aim of ensuring complete social inclusion and equal opportunity for persons with disabilities. The Foundation supports the activities of organizations for persons with disabilities that seek to promote their human rights and freedoms while eliminating all types of discrimination and oppression based on disabilities. Beyond simply raising funds for the Foundation, its fundraising activities are also expected to derive public awareness and participation regarding the human rights and freedoms of persons with disabilities. The Foundation equally and effectively manages, operates and uses its financial resources, consisting of public donations and welfare funds for persons with disabilities.
We will work on our projects impartially and sincerely by fostering a deep understanding of the mission and goals of the Foundation and fulfilling the Charter of Ethics.
We will raise funds through voluntary donation by citizens, protect personal information and respect the intention of donors.
We will do our best to make sure that the demand for aid allocation be met equally and respect the beneficiary.
We will attempt to create organizational culture where individuals and the organization develop in tandem so that all employees and managers can take pride in the Foundation.
We will pursue public value and interest and contribute to social advancement based on citizens’ trust.
The KFPD appreciates the precious donations of all who placed their goodwill into practice as a way to create beautiful changes in our society through the KFPD, and declares that donors have the following rights.
Regardless of the amount and purpose of donations, donors have the right to be appreciated and treated respectfully for the act of donating.
Donors have the right to be informed about the Foundation’s mission and vision and to verify whether donations will be used effectively according to operation plans.
Donors can designate where and for what purpose donations should be used, and have the right to see if they are used for their original purpose.
Donors can freely inquire with the Foundation as to their donation and have the right to a prompt and frank response.
We may share news about donations within the Foundation or to the public in good part, but if the donor refuses such publicity, we will honor their wishes.
Donors have the right to know the identity of the person in charge of managing donations at the Foundation.
All donors have the right to check whether all data related to their donation are managed in a careful and proper manner.
(04517) 207, 86, Tongil-Ro, Jung-Gu, Seoul, Korea