Our major field activities that require regular support are:
|– Providing secret foster homes in China for stateless children of North Korean refugee mothers who have been forcibly repatriated to North Korea or have fled abusive domestic situations by Chinese men who have “purchased” them from human traffickers in China.|
|– Assisting North Korean refugees at extreme risk of detention, torture or even summary execution if repatriated to North Korea to make their way to safety along the so-called ‘underground railroad’|
|– Sending already prepared (in China) food to hungry orphans and schoolchildren inside North Korea|
Donations to our project can be done in a number of ways.
- (From overseas) Here are two of the easiest ways to donate if tax-deductible status is not an issue in your giving from overseas:1) We have a PayPal account as follows: firstname.lastname@example.org
2) Personal checks, Cashier’s checks or Postal Money Orders can be made out directly to us in Korea.Please make the check out to: Peters, Timothy (Korean style, surname first) and on the check’s Memo line,
Please specify: for Helping Hands Korea.
Please mail any of the above type checks to:
- Helping Hands Korea
Attn: Mr. T. Peters/Project Mgr.
K.P.O. Box 677
Rep. of Korea
Tax-deductible charitable donations in the US: If you would like to give a donation that qualifies for tax-deductible status in the US, please contact us directly at email@example.com and those details will be forwarded to you.
- (Donating in Korea)
If you would like to give a donation that is tax-deductible in the Republic of Korea (South Korea), this can be done by a donation transfer to our charitable HHK/Catacombs bank account in the Korea Exchange Bank(KEB). The charitable bank account number is: 630-006621-745. When you donate, please contact us via the following email, firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can be alert for the arrival of your donation and send you a receipt.
Thanks again for your concern and for reaching out to make a difference in the lives of North Koreans in crisis.
Get informed and Involved in Korea
|PLEASE NOTE: Catacombs weekly meetings will take a sabbatical break between Sept. 8th through October 13th, 2015. We look forward to seeing one and all on Tuesday, October 20th at 7 PM in Seoul!!
There is a unique weekly awareness-raising forum/ prayer meeting called Catacombs on Tuesday nights at the DL Gallery near Exit 2 of Samgajki Station. All are welcome! Basic interpretation is provided for visitors.
*Time: 7 p.m. to 9 p.m, every Tuesday evening