Outline of programs
The Foundation operates a number of tailored support programs to provide fishermen, who quietly endure lives of hard labor to protect the fishing industry-one of the nation’s major food sources-with equal access to educational and cultural opportunities and an opportunity to experience stable welfare.
- Business Mindset Training for leaders in fishing viliage
- Basic knowledge on fishing operations, fishery laws, and education required for fishermen in the age of informatization, and green growth
- Visits to advanced fisheries cooperatives
- Vibrant blue Fishing Village, Hope-Building Scholarship
- Providing university scholarships to fishermen and their children to relieve their economic burdens
- Identifying next-generation human resources who can contribute to the development of fisheries and fishing society after university graduation
Medical support for fishermen
- Financial aid for treatments and medical exam expenses for elderly and low-income fishermen
- Arranging service visits by volunteer medical workers
- Support for medical treatment for fishermen
Welfare support for fishermen
- Assistance for multicultural families in fishing villages to visit foreign parents' countries of birth
- Providing fishermen of foreign nationalities with winter clothes
- Providing informatization equipment to fishing villages
Cultural support for fishing villages
- Cultural events in fishing villages, support for local community centers for fishermen, and other assistance
- Culture lectures for the female members of fishing communities
- Designating publicity ambassadors for the welfare of fishing villages
- Awarding the Fishermen's Welfare Grand Prize and similar activities.
- Suhyup Dormitory operation.
Precious contributions you make to the Fishermen Education Culture Welfare Foundation will be used to improve the qualify of fishermen's life.
How to make a contribution
- Tel : 82-2-2240-0404, 0412
- Fax : 82-2-2240-0420
- Bank account to send a contribution to : Suhyup Bank 026-01-201297
A contribution can be recognized as an expense or deducted from one’s income for up to 10% of the income of corporations and 30% for individual proprietors and individuals.