|Title||[WomenNews] Hunet, donates donations to children and future foundations to support youth independence|
Hunet (CEO Young-Tak Cho), a company related to lifelong education, said it has donated donations to social welfare corporations for children and future foundations to support independence of youths leaving foster care facilities. The ceremony was held at the Children and the Future Foundation with Chairman Hunet Kwon Dae-wook and the Executive Director of the Children and the Future Foundation.
Hunet plans to pay a certain amount of scholarships for one year so that the children's childcare centers can be self-reliant when they leave after 18 years of age.
In addition, it will provide all of Hunet's education courses, including credit banks, for free to support the degree and certification.
The scholarship was raised to KRW 30 million annually by matching employee-company matching grants to donations voluntarily collected by Hunet employees every month.
Kwon Dae-wook said, “Huenet has designated the name 'Happy Bridge' as a bridge for independent young people to successfully settle into society. I will make it possible. ”