The Korean American Community Foundation of Colorado (KACFC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 2012 to serve and promote the local activities of the Korean American community in Colorado.

About Our Foundation

Who We Are

Our mission is to empower the Korean American community in Colorado and beyond by promoting our cultural heritage, providing educational programs and networking opportunities, and encouraging involvement in civic affairs. Our efforts focus on three key areas: cultural empowerment, leadership development, and community engagement.

Leadership Program

The Leadership Program will bridge KACFC’s three major areas of focus: Fostering volunteerism to serve community, enabling young leadership, and young business entrepreneurship through partnering with business and community for next generation advancement.


The purpose of the Forum is to introduce the Korean Government Clean Energy Policy, Future Direction, and Technology research; and to collaborate and exchange Clean Energy Technology among Industry investors and scientist community in Colorado. 


This program is designed to mentor and guide young adults and transform the lives of individual to become true leaders of the community.


The mentors will share their work experience, knowledge, and wisdom they have accrued during their career. Both the mentor and mentee will benefit from working together.


The program is designed to assist young generations in the community to develop their leadership skills by helping them recognize their capabilities, become motivated.

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