The Korean American Community Foundation of San Francisco (KACF-SF) provides grants and capacity-building assistance to nonprofit organizations serving the needs of Korean Americans in the greater Bay Area community and beyond.  Watch our overview video.                                   Learn More →


  • Approximately 16% of Korean Americans in the Bay Area do not have health insurance.
  • 22% of the Bay Area's Korean Americans are low-income.
  • Nationwide, more than 20% of Korean American seniors live in poverty.
  • Korean Americans have the highest deaths by suicide rate among all ethnic and racial groups in California.

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Each and every one of us can make a difference. Please contribute – even a dollar-a-day – so that we can continue our work helping to support the underserved in the Korean American community.  Your contributions are vital to achieving our mission.

You can also give back by getting involved as a KACF-SF volunteer.


Thank you to all who helped make our 2016 Golf Classic a success!!

  Please visit here later for event photos.

Please visit here later for event photos.

2016 Community Grantmaking
This year's grant application cycle is now closed.  Grant awards will be announced in December.

Volunteer Profiles  
KACF-SF relies on the generosity of volunteers who contribute their time and talent to make our work possible. Read the newest profile of  
Hope Kim.


Grantee Partner Highlight

Korean American Community Services (KACS), in collaboration with the Alzheimer's Association, held the
 2nd Annual Korean Forum on Alzheimer's on June 4th in San Jose.
Some 90 attendees learned about the latest research and caring for Alzheimer's patients.