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The Korean Canadian Children’s Association (KCCA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the needs of the Canadian adoptive families with Korean children. John Lim founded this organization after attending a 'Canadopt' summer camp in London, Ontario, 1991.

Our main goal is connecting the adoptive families to other adoptive families as well as organizing various cultural events focused on embracing Korean culture.
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2010 Parent Survey Results

In late May/June, parents were invited to participate in an online survey to gauge interest in current KCCA activities and to drive the direction of future programs.
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KCCA Scholarship

The John Lim Scholorship
The John Lim Scholarship was created by the Korean Canadian Children’s Association (KCCA). Scholarships will be given to students who were adopted from Korea into Canada and...

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Toronto Korean Film Festival (TKFF)

When: May 26th to May 31st

 

With the mission "To Advance Diversity Through Korean Cinema", TKFF is a non-profit organization that aims to present authentic Korean cinema to the Canadian community, and to support local Korean filmmakers. Of special note for KCCA families is the presentation of  "Approved for Adoption", the story of a Belgian adoptee.

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Free Taekwon-do Martial Arts classes for adoptive families
Where: Korean Cultural Centre(1133 Leslie st.)
When: 4:30-5:00 p.m.(Friday) and 1:00-2:00 p.m.(Saturday)
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We are looking for volunteers who are over the ages of 18 and are serious about donating their time and valuable skills that can help KCCA achieve its goals.
If you would like to volunteer for our organization, click here for more information.



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