Topple Hunger in North Korea (T.H.I.N.K.) is a program organized by the Korean American Coalition in 2008 to inform the public about famine and humanitarian issues in North Korea, and to increase civic participation in the Korean American community.
The T.H.I.N.K. Ambassador program was created to spread awareness of the ongoing difficulties North Koreans face everyday. T.H.I.N.K. Ambassadors learn about the famine and food crisis affecting hundreds of thousands, and the alarming human rights violations taking place in North Korean prison camps.
- RAISE AWARENESS of North Korea's extreme hunger and humanitarian problems
- EDUCATE THE PUBLIC about North Korea's hungry, repressed, isolated and abused
- ENGAGE THE COMMUNITY in civic participation to discuss and fight these issues
What can YOU do?
Will KAC be sending money/food/clothing or any other aid to assist North Korea?
How do I become a T.H.I.N.K. Ambassador?
It's very simple! Fill out the 2016 T.H.I.N.K. Ambassador Application below. Once you send in your application, we'll be in touch!