Aloha from Korean Adoptees of Hawai'i!

Korean Adoptees of Hawai'i (KAHI) is an organization for adult Korean adoptees living in the Aloha State. Adopted Koreans, 18 years and older, are invited to join us at one of our upcoming meetings or events. (Learn more about KAHI.)

Contact us for more information.

Events Calendar

Full size calendar is available on our events page.

Monthly Dinners

Our monthly KAHI dinners are fun and informal opportunities for us to socialize and enjoy one another's company in a casual setting. The restaurant location for each dinner is announced to KAHI members via our listserv. We welcome new members and old friends alike at our monthly dinners as well as at our many other meetings and events.

Looking Ahead

Check our events calendar to the right for complete details.

Fall Retreat
We are in the process of planning a fall retreat. If you are interested please contact us.

Adoption Identity Culture (Mentorship Program)

Adoption-Identity-Culture (AIC) is as an extension of the post-adoption services provided by KAHI.

AIC hopes to instill young adult adoptees with confidence, inspiration and empowerment through cultural
exploration and education; group discussions; social gatherings; and family interactions. For more information on AIC's Mentorship Program, please visit: http://aichawaii.webs.com/

Become a Member
Complete our membership form
Donate to KAHI
Google Groups
Keep up with the latest KAHI news and updates.
Visit this group

Let us know if your employer or a company or organization you know might be interested in sponsoring KAHI or making a donation. Because KAHI is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, donations to KAHI are tax-deductible. Proceeds support our programs and services, such as (but not limited to) cultural programming, informational workshops, and other programs.

IKAA Gathering 2010 Sponsor