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History
2010 ~ Present
2018

Managed ‘Northern Gyeonggi Foster Care Center’

Opened ‘Dodam Dodam Children’s Play Therapy Center’

2016

Managed ‘Gangnam Senior Plaza’

2015

Launched ‘Single Moms Support Center’

2014

Expanded and remodeled ‘Pyeonhanjip’ in Gwangju

2011

Launched ‘Gangdong-gu Haegong Day Care Center’ in Seoul

2010

Moved and reopened ‘Daegu Ingater’

Opened ‘Gangdong-gu Day Care Center’ in Seoul

Expanded and remodeled ‘Little Moms’ Nest’ in Jeonnam

Completed a new building for ‘Gwangju Baby’s Reception Home’

Expanded main building of Social Welfare Society

2000 ~ 2009
2009

Opened ‘Uijeongbu Seniors’ Club’

Hosted the 4th ‘Adoption Day Ceremony’ sponsored by the Ministry of Health & Welfare

Opened ‘Huimang-saem’ in Busan, a group home for single mothers and children

2008

Opened ‘Pyeonhanjip’ in Gwangju, a group home for single mothers and children

2007

Opened ‘Uijeongbu 3-dong Day Care Center’

2006

Hosted the 1st ‘Adoption Day Ceremony’ sponsored by the Ministry of Health & Welfare Opened ‘Ingater’ in Daegu, a group home for single mothers and children

2005

Established ‘Open House,’ a shelter for single mothers and children, as a social welfare institution

Established ‘Naju Little Moms’ Nest,’ a shelter for single mothers and children, as a social welfare institutio

Established ‘Evergreen House’ in Uijeongbu, a shelter for single mothers and children, as a social welfare institution

2004

Moved and reopened ‘Daegu Ingater’

2003

Opened ‘Sarang-saem’ in Busan, a shelter for single mothers and children

Held the opening ceremony for ‘Busan Social Welfare Center’

Launched ‘Wings of Hope Campaign’ for children with disabilities

Received authorization for ‘My House’ in Gwangju, a shelter for single mothers and children

Held opening ceremony for ‘Northern Gyeonggi Baby’s Reception Home’ and ‘Uijeongbu Baby’s Reception Home’

2001

Completed the construction of ‘Guest House’

Nam-gu office in Busan designated as a ‘Self-support Sponsor’ (Ministry of Health and Welfare)

2000

Opened ‘Gyeonggi Uijeongbu Baby’s Reception Home’

1990 ~ 1999
1996

Remodeled ‘Gwangju Baby’s Reception Home’

1994

Renamed ‘Ewha Babies’ Home’ (Previously named ‘Jeonnam Babies’ Home’)

Managed ‘Uijeongbu Senior Citizens’ Center’

1992

Received authorization of ‘Amsa Rehabilitation Center’ (Gangdong-gu Office No. 92-1)

Opened ‘Amsa Rehabilitation Center’

1991

Opened ‘Songjeong Children’s Daycare Center’

1990

Managed ‘General Social Welfare Center’ in Nam-gu , Busan

1980 ~ 1989
1989

Managed ‘Irwon Juvenile Reading Room’

1987

Renamed ‘Jeonnam Babies’ Home’ to ‘Gwangju Babies’ Home’

Opened ‘Jeonnam Babies’ Home’

1986

Opened ‘Baby Reception Home in Nothern Gyeonggi Area (Uijeongbu)’

Opened ‘Hyerimwon’ in Daegu, a shelter for single mothers and children

1985

Opened Daegu branch office (Completed the construction of Daegu Hall)

1983

Opened branch offices in Busan and Incheon

Managed ‘Gangnam Children’s Daycare Center’ (Gangnam-gu Office)

1982

Opened ‘Uijeongbu Child Guidance Clinic’

1980

Opened ‘Hansuh Medical’

1970 ~ 1979
1977

Received approval for the establishment of ‘Social Welfare Society’ as a social welfare institute (no. 3)

Completed the construction of ’Baby’s Reception Home’ in Jeonnam

1976

Opened ‘Jeonnam Babies’ Home’

1974

Renamed to ‘Social Welfare Society’

Opened ‘Seoul Baby’s Reception Home’

1972

Launched nurseries ,a counseling service for single mothers, and projects to enhance self-reliance in rural communities

1971

Renamed to ‘Social Welfare Society, Inc.’

1970

Opened ‘Gyeongsangbuk-do branch office’(predecessor of Daegu branch office)

1954 ~ 1969
1969

Opened Jeollanam-do branch office (predecessor of Gwangju branch office)

1967

Undertook tasks for the International Social Service (ISS)

1965

Renamed to ‘Daehan Placement Service,’ and started out-door relief, a scholarship program, temporary foster home care service for babies, and launched ‘Spreading Love and are Campaign’

1961

Renamed to ‘Daehan Placement Service’ and started domestic adoption and foster home care services

1954

Founded ‘Child Placement Service’ for the adoption of orphans and biracial children, under the Ministry of Health & Social Affairs