Mind-body training programs
It builds up confidence.
Taekwondo classes are sponsored as a physical activity program that can help children develop physical strength and self-esteem. For various reasons such as weakness, introverted personality, bullying by peers, and a sense of isolation, Taekwondo classes under the supervision and protection of the director is a program to help to form a desirable personality along with physical training, and help to increase the confidence that 'I can do it'.
Experiential activity program
It offers a variety of experience activity.
We provide a variety of experience opportunities so that children can directly
experience cultural life that is difficult to come into contact with normally.
In addition to regular visits to the ‘Seoul Arts Center Symphony Festival’, we continue to
support experiential activities for children such as forest experiences, 63 building tours,
and winter camps to help shape the character of precious children.
Talent improvement program
It helps you realize the future.
We strive to discover and nurture values of existence and talents
of children and teenager by planning and introducing specialized aptitude programs
necessary for their autonomy and growth.
Child meal support program
It supports children's meals for healthy nutrition.
In low-income neighborhoods, we work to protect and educate children from dual-income
families, single-parent families, and grandparent families, whose families are often unstable
due to economic hardships, so that they are not at risk of skipping a meal and being neglected
and spend their lives within the boundary of interest, and to provide child meal support services
to ensure that more children have healthy eating habits and nutrition ingestion.
It supports professional programs for psychological stability.
As a program to help children develop psychological stability and dreams for the future,
not only health care, but also professional integrated support services such as group activities
and family participation programs that introduce psychotherapy techniques through
play are provided. In particular, group activities using games and plays to develop social skills
and improve self-regulation skills help children understand the organizational culture and
develop social skills.
Sponsorship for families in blind areas of welfare.
Through the change sharing activities with employees at the head office and distribution center,
we directly find and select families with children and teenagers in need in the blind spot of
welfare and whose situation is difficult, and donate a total of 300 million won in cash each year.