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Camp Chin-gu (New York)
Camp Chin-gu is a Korean Cultural Camp dedicated to helping children adopted from Korea and their siblings explore their Korean heritage. Children of adopted Koreans, as well as the children of siblings of adopted Koreans, are also eligible to attend camp. Camp is open to children age three and up through age 13.
Camp Chôson (Minnesota)
Camp Chôson is a Korean culture camp designed for Korean-American children, youth and their families. Camp was originally started for Korean adoptees, but has grown to include Korean-Americans from all family backgrounds
Camp Friendship Korea (New Jersey)
Camp Friendship was founded in 1984 by the parents of Korean adopted children in order to provide a cultural experience for their children. They believed that such an experience would enhance their children's self-esteem while building a sense of national pride in their heritage and it's traditions.
Camp Moo Gung Hwa (North Carolina)
Camp Muiigae (New York)
Korean culture camp for adoptive families. Activities include Family Day, cultural festivities, Korean entertainment, Korean food, crafts, Tae Kwon Do, cooking, music, language, and history and folklore. Children range from infants to teenagers, with programs that last a half day to 4 days.
Camp Pride Korea (Illinios)
KAMP (Korean Adoption Means Pride) (Iowa)
KAMP is a 3 1/2 day long camp for Korean adoptees and their families. KAMP is sponsored by Iowans for International Adoption (IIA), a non-profit organization with members in Iowa and surrounding states who have adopted children internationally.
Kamp Kimchee (Minnesota)
Kamp Kimchee is a Korean culture camp for families with Korean heritage (inlcuding adoptees, their siblings, children of adoptees, and children with Korean heritage.) Kamp's Mission: To provide families with an inclusive, supportive Korean cultural community in order to build self-esteem, common identity, and healthy relationships.
Korean Culture Camp (New Jersey)
Korean Heritage Camp (Colorado)
Korean Heritage Camp is the flagship heritage camp at Heritage Camp for Adoptive Families. We continue to strengthen and grow our community with even more families than ever in our 23-year history, our wonderful counselors (many of whom were once campers themselves), alumni, adult adoptees, countless special guests, and all the Korean community volunteers who help make it the most authentic cultural experience.
Korean Heritage Camp (Oklahoma)
For children, 4-12, adopted from South Korea & their families. Discover Korean culture through a variety of fun & cultural activities; includes classes for parents on adoption issues & Korean culture. Sponsored by Dillon International.
Sae Jong Camp (Michigan)
Sae Jong Camp is an overnight summer camp focused on Korean-American culture and identity. It is a fun-filled week of education, summer activities and self-discovery.
Sharing Heart Mission Trip to Korea (Korea)
Participants will have an opportunity to assist in service projects at a Community Center, Eastern Babies'Home, Sharon's Home, Eastern Welfare Town in Pyeontaek, an orphanage in Busan & teach English to orphan children as well as enjoy a variety of cultural experiences, visits to Eastern Social Welfare Society, and access to adoption information. Sponsored by Dillon International.
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