Biggest Korean non-profits join forces
Updated: Aug 26, 2019
On July 3rd, five of the largest Korean non-profit organizations got together to meet Guam’s politicians.
The Guam Korean Delegate consists of: Korean Association of Guam, Korean Women’s Association of Guam, Korean Sports Council of Guam, Guam Korean Chamber of Commerce and the Korean Shelter Inc.
From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on July 3rd 2019, the Guam Korean Delegate met with Governor Lou Leon Guerrero, Lieutenant Governor Josh Tenorio, Congressman Michael San Nicolas, Senator Therese Terlaje, Senator James Moylan, Senator Jim Espaldon and the Guam Visitor’s Bureau.
The goal of the Guam Korean Delegate is to tackle issues from the Korean community in Guam that cannot be handled directly by one organization. The first collaborative goal of the Guam Korean Delegate is to create a Korean Community Center in Ordot which will house the Korean School and also be utilized for local Korean events. The first steps to create the Center is to rezone the land from Residential zone to Commercial zone.
The Guam Korean Delegate hopes to utilize the 35th Legislature to rezone the land.
The Guam Korean Delegate will meet every quarter and intends to band together for all major projects that will benefit the Korean Community Guam.
You can contact the Guam Korean Delegate at firstname.lastname@example.org.