As the first organization of its kind in Hawai'i, KAHI aims to offer fellowship, resources and an open, supportive and responsive environment for a varied and growing membership of adult Korean adoptees with a vast range of experiences, needs and perspectives.
KAHI hopes to serve as an information and resource center to support and provide our members with opportunities to connect with fellow Korean adoptees locally, as well as throughout the mainland and internationally. Additionally, we aim to offer a variety of resources and services to KAHI members who wish to explore their Korean heritage and cultural identity.
KAHI envisions itself as a rich resource within the greater Korean-American and Asian-Pacific-American communities, as we strive to raise awareness about Korean adoptees' unique and integral role in the Korean-American and island cultural landscape. In addition, we seek to forge and strengthen ties within this larger framework to provide our members with opportunities to contribute and participate in the community in various ways.