At Heritage Camps for Adoptive Families, many of our business sponsors have experienced camp first-hand, either as an adoptive parent or family member, or as a member of a cultural community that volunteers at one of our nine camps. Other business sponsors find their connections through adult adoptees who are employees at their company, or even children who are clients at their dental practice.

KORE Co-working and KORE (Kingdom Oriented Real Estate) Investments, Title Sponsor of Heritage Camps for Adoptive Families’ 2019 Night of Celebration, is one of many business sponsors with that added connection to what we do. Jack Kim, CEO, his wife Jeanne, and their two sons have been part of the HCAF community for many years, so business sponsorship was a logical next-step for Jack.

Jack explains, “My family has had the privilege to be personally involved with Korean Heritage Camp. We have two sons who were adopted from Korea and although we do not have the transracial issue, we have personally benefited from the nuanced adoption related tools provided by Heritage Camps for Adoptive Families, as well as the amazing community of camp families. ”

Pam Sweetser, Executive Director of Heritage Camps for Adoptive Families says, “It makes a tremendous impact when our supporters leverage their professional connections to increase support for Heritage Camps for Adoptive Families. Not only do we benefit financially, but it often means that employees and business patrons learn about our organization and some of the unique needs of adoptive families.”

To learn more about becoming a business sponsor, or asking one of your favorite businesses to support HCAF, please email