Won Community Service Center

…if the world respects those who dedicate themselves to the public welfare, there will be many who will dedicate themselves to the welfare of the world. if a nation respects those who dedicate themselves to the public welfare, then there will be many who dedicate themselves to the welfare of the nation. if a society or a religious order respects those who dedicate themselves to the welfare of the society or the religious order, there will be many who dedicate themselves to the welfare of the society or the religious order. the public must therefore respect those who, in accordance with the degree of their meritorious deeds, contribute in various ways to the world, nation, society, or religious order, just as children respect their parents, and one must work for the public welfare oneself, following the virtue of those who dedicate themselves to the welfare of the public.”  -scripture of won buddhism: commemorating commission for sacred achievements of the great master of won buddhism (page 26)

In 1997, Won Community Service Center (WCSC) became established as a not-for-profit community service center with  501(c)3 status and a  mission to nurture and empower people who are impoverished. WCSC provides for low-income, low-English proficient, and/or immigrant individuals and/or minorities in the areas of education, counseling, and social work – partnering with community and schools. Volunteers  (professional, student, youth, community members, all with official clearances and accepted with non-discrimination)  work with Won Community Service Center  to help others with human services and counseling. Won Community Service Center’s services include but are not exclusive of:  English as a Second Language instruction, adult basic literacy education, grade school and adult tutoring in all subject areas and GED/HiSET prep, legal counseling, medical service counseling and health care/insurance obtainment, senior citizens’ benefits and services, cultural events, workforce development, veterans’ services, mental health counseling, translation services, high school senior scholarship program, community service events, and more!

(215) 884 – 8443

Bokhyae@woncommunity.org

P O Box 486; Glenside, Pennsylvania; 19038-0486

  WCSC Board of Directors 2019

Mrs. Bokhyae Koh Won Institute Board Member, Receives Award for Community Service