Address: 690 Wilshire Place, Los Angeles, CA 90005
Happy Village believes it takes a village to make a healthy community. Our Mission is to provide the ethnic and economically diverse populations of Koreatown with awareness and opportunities for healthy living.
Happy Village was developed as a way to give back to the Korean-American population that had helped make The Korea Daily a vital part of Korean American society for over 40 years.
Happy Village was initially started to benefit Korean communities in 2010.
Since then, we have widened our scope to provide services, goods and financial support for the diverse population that makes up Koreatown. We have been focusing to foster a deeper sense of harmony within our local community.
We have worked together with various organizations to distribute more than 20,000 winter jackets to homeless since 2010
We have worked with Kimbo Foundation to select 1,200 students since 2010 to achieve Their education goal in a total amount of 2.4 million
We annually organize Walk & Run 5/10k marathon to fight obesity with more than 10,000 community members since 2010
Our primary goal is to connect low-income individuals and families and those in need with education and resources.
Our focuses are
- Legal assistance support
- Volunteer education program, disaster preparedness program with American Red Cross
- Scholarship program for high school and college students
- To be the Hub of regional volunteer organizations