HANA Center - Korean organization in Chicago IL

HANA Center

HANA Center is a Chicago-area non-profit organization working to meet the critical needs of Korean, Asian American, and build power toward systematic change.

Our mission is to empower Korean American and multiethnic immigrant communities through social services, education, culture, and community organizing to advance human rights.

Launched in February 2017, HANA Center is a merger of Korean American Community Services (KACS, founded 1972) and Korean American Resource and Cultural Center (KRCC, founded 1995). Meaning “one” in Korean, HANA is the culmination of a vision held by key stakeholders of KRCC and KACS. These leaders recognized the great potential of establishing a single, united organization that combined KACS’ history of responding to the critical needs of the Korean American and local resident communities and KRCC’s track record of powerful community organizing, advocacy, and celebration of cultural heritage.

HANA is committed to serving the diverse interests of our community - including immigrants, women, youth, people of color, low-income families, older adults, LGBTQ+ folks, and adoptees. In Korean, HANA means one. We are stronger than we are apart. Our shared history and culture are our strengths. By combining our resources, we can accomplish more for ourselves than we can by ourselves.

4300 N California Ave.
Chicago, IL 60618

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