The Ministry of Health and Welfare (MOHW) coordinates and oversees health
and welfare related affairs and policies. Its mission is to establish an inclusive welfare state
that ensures happy and healthy lives for all citizens.
The ministry consists of four offices and 20 bureaus with approximately 3,000 employees.
Korea Social Welfare Credit Union is a legal mutual aid organization established in 2011 in accordance with the 「Act on the improvement of treatment and status of social workers, etc.」. We contribute to improving the treatment and safety of social welfare workers through financial projects including savings and insurance and various welfare services.
The symbol of Korea Social Welfare Credit Union is a three-leaf clover. The three-leaf clover, which is a pledge to realize the joy closer than the four-leaf clover that symbolizes vague luck, is a willingness to strive for the happiness of all citizens, including social welfare workers and users.
As a representative financial organization and the organization that works for improvement of treatment in the social welfare sector that contributes to the public interest by generating profits, we believe that the next 100 years of Korea Social Welfare Credit Union are more promising than the past 10 years.
Founded in 2007, Hyundai Chung Mong-Koo Foundation has been striving to contribute to the interests of mankind and society by inheriting the will of the founder and Honorary Chairman Chung Mong-Koo of Hyundai Motor Group.
In particular, since 2020, we have been promoting three major platforms for the new direction of a ‘foundation that leads social change and innovation,’: a talent platform that fosters future leaders of society, a space platform where future generations can communicate and cooperate, and a knowledge platform that can discover and research innovative solutions to global social problems.
In addition, in accordance with the foundation’s founder’s will to "look after those in need and make a strong ladder of hope," we have been sincere in social contribution projects so that there are no marginalized places in our society.
Community Chest of Korea (CCK) is the largest charity in South Korea, raising more than $600M each year. It was established based on Community Chest of Korea Act in 1998.
The Fruits of Love, a logo representing CCK, has been widely used nationwide and became a philanthropic symbol in South Korea. Every winter between December and January, CCK head office leads nationwide annual campaign with its 17 local chapters. By partnering with public sector and media, it displays a Thermometer of Love at central area of Seoul, and broadcast the updates. The campaign is endorsed by President and government leaders.
CCK's mission is to create a better world united by philanthropy. As the nation’s leading nongovernmental charitable body, it has played a pivotal role in focusing private-sector philanthropic involvement in welfare programs for the past two decades. It supports various welfare centers, community projects, and collaborates with other non-profit organizations and NGOs.