Share Gift was founded in Seoul, South Korea in 2015 and now has carried over to the Bay Area on a global scale. Our goal is to share our gifts we were privileged enough to have with those in need of our community, whether that is categorized as education, financial wealth, or even things that we usually take for granted like working arms and legs or proper sight and hearing. Our vision is to start with these small actions in our community which we believe will ultimately leave a positive impact around the world. Through advocacy and outreach activities, our team works tirelessly to contribute our part to the greater good. Having been established for five years as of 2020, Share Gift has expanded to five chapters globally with over 500+ members.

​Our organization mainly targets four different stakeholders: senior patients, homeless families, the death and blind, and low-income students. For senior patients, we regularly visit them to keep them company. For homeless families, we organize drives to donate medical essentials and goods. For the death and blind community, we spread awareness through the American Sign Language club and remotely help them through our ‘SHAREEE’ app. For low-income students, we provide free tutoring sessions online through our MeetUpStudyBuddy program. 


Since 2017

Individual Patient Visit

@ Cupertino Healthcare and Wellness Center

​Through our Community Development, we have the potential to make a real and positive change in the community. This is one of our key areas of focus here at Share Gift, and a source of much success for our Volunteer Organization.

Get in touch with us today and see how you can lend a helping hand with this program.

Deaf & Blind Community

with Mike Larson, Judo Paralympic Instructor

Most of our efforts pertaining to this program involve studying new approaches and developing innovative ways to implement them.We learn American Sign Language Together to interact with others.

In 2018, the founders of Share Gift launched an APP, SHAREEE (Share Eyes and Ears) to help people who are deaf-blind to get real time assistance from the volunteers in an easy-to-use manner.

Dental Service for Homeless

with Santa Clara County Dental Association

​Share Gift is dedicated to providing mobile dental services to under privileged and at-risk communities including the homeless and migrant workers in corporation with Santa Clara County Dental Association. Throughout the year, the organization provided services to approximately 813 patients during 144 service days.​

As a partner, Share Gift plays role of Dental Assistance of dentists, by cleaning up, setting up, and taking blood pressure of patients.


Virtual Peer Tutoring

​Since schools are closed, students can’t ask teachers for help as they normally would.  We are providing a tutoring service to help students as we adapt to a life of closed schools or online learning, through an APP, Meetup Study Buddy as well as a website. Meetup Study Buddy matches selected high school tutors to students for thirty minutes to one-hour private tutoring sessions via Zoom.

Share Gift Peer Tutoring is featured by Fremont Union High School District Homepage.




Support Education with translation

Volunteers’ translation of Korean Folk Tales and Historical Biographies into English is sent to Elementary schools in Laos.



Support Cancer Patients

Partnerd with Kalemat Falastenieh,
Nonprofit in Jerusalem, Palestine Branch is dedicated to the education and empowerment of Palestinian kids living under hard conditions.

Visit Palestine Branch Here



Support Healthcare Systems

Cambodians are still dying of treatable diseases. Share Gift Cambodia collaborates with the local hospital to help improve the healthcare system. In need of awareness and help, Cambodia branch reach out for help from Share Gift California.



Support Social Justice with Art Talent

Share Gift Guatemala Branch’s mission is to uphold social justice and constitutional rights for those who are in need of medical care, by creating artwork for a social campaigns.

One of the patients, 90 year old Baba has something to say about Share Gift. “These Young People Makes Me Feel Alive”