About This Fundraiser
Teach North Korean Refugees (탈북민 영어교육 프로그램) 은 영어에 어려움을 겪고있는 북한분들에게 많은 도움을주고 있으며, 꿈과 희망을 실어주고 있습니다. 탈북민들은 한국에서 영어라는 큰 장벽으로 인해 대학교, 직장등에서 어려움을 겪고 그로인해 학업까지도 종종 포기하는 경우가 있습니다. 그러나 그들은 탈북민 일대일 영어교육 프로그램을 통하여 영어에 대한 공포증을 해소하고 자신감도 많이 되찾고 있습니다.
탈북민들이 마음껏 배우고 새로운 환경에 잘 적응 할 수 있도록 여러분들의 도움이 필요합니다.
여러분의 작은 섬김이 통일로 가는 지름길이라고 생각합니다! 통일은 멀리에 있지않으며 바로 당신 곁에 있습니다^^
Teach North Korean Refugees (English education program for North Korean refugees) provides help to those who have trouble with English, and also supports them with dream and hope. North Korean refugees often find English as a large barrier that makes their college studies and job environment difficult, and in some cases they even stop their pursuit of education. Fortunately, TNKR is helping them learn English in 1 on 1 education programs that reduce their fear for English and in turn boost their confidence.
We need your support to enable North Korean refugees to learn as much as they can and adapt better to the new environment.
We believe that each one of your support will lead to reunification of our lands. Reunification is not too far away; it is right around the corner.^^
Originally named "English Matching," Teach North Korean Refugees has helped almost 400 North Korean refugees with adjusting to living outside of South Korea. We have done this on a tight budget, relying on our volunteers and fans. Despite our limitations, we have had a number of success stories and are a non-profit that North Korean refugees seek out.
We now have a fan who has offered us the most ambitious matching donation challenge. He says that in 2019, he will raise more money than I have for TNKR. Please accept this challenge along with me! He is in the finance industry, and confident he can twist enough arms to help us become more financially stable.
To be clear: your donations to this fundraising page will be matched. Doubled. If you give $100, it will become $200. If you give $500, it will become $1,000. If you give $5 a month, it will become $10 a month.
These donations are tax-deductible in the USA and South Korea.
If you have trouble donating via this website then contact me directly for other options. TNKR@teachnorthkoreanrefugees.org or CJL@alumni.harvard.edu