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by Tony Chai | Chief Editor | Asiaindallas@gmail.com


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▲ Chase Park, KAPN’s president says his organization is raising funds to provide PPE for local first responders.

 

Korean American Professional Network (KAPN) is raising funds to provide PPE (personal protective equipment) for local first responders, who are fighting on the front lines against the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

KAPN, in partnership with a local Korean American radio station KKDA AM730, set up a Gofundme account to take donations.

 

“In partnering with DKnet Dallas Korean Radio, KAPN has begun a fundraising campaign to support our local hospitals. All donations will go to providing medical PPE and resources to our Dallas County hospitals and facilities to directly fight COVID-19” said Chase Park, the president of KAPN.

 

KAPN has been working with local businesses to provide medical professionals with free meals and treats. See the related article here.


KAPN is a Korean-American non-profit organization comprised of 2nd generation Korean-American professionals in North Texas.

KAPN’s primary mission is to provide networking opportunities for Korean-American professionals and mentoring for youths.

 

To participate in KAPN’s fundraising, visit Gofundme.com

 

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▲ KAPN group picture.


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