2023 KWA Senior Expo

September 18, 2023

Thursday 9/21: 13:00-15:00 at Senior City APT Main Entrance. A fun, free and informative day for seniors! Bring proof that you received a flu shot for a double gift! Sponsors include: City of Seattle, NCOA, King County. Vendors include: Seattle Medical Group, Verizon, Human, UniBank & more! … Read More »

Mobile Teaching Kitchen On Tour!

May 19, 2023

Mobile Teaching Kitchen We are bringing the mobile teaching the kitchen to a neighborhood near you! You are invited to join us for a free outdoor cooking demo! Attendees will receive a swag bag full of fun and healthy cooking resources. Register for the Mobile Teaching Kitchen today! When May 26th, 2023, from 10am- 2pmMay … Read More »


May 18, 2023

FREE COVID-19 VACCINE Korean Women’s Association (KWA) will host a Free COVID-19 vaccine Pop up event! When Thursday, May 25th, 2023, from 1pm- 3pm Where 123 East 96th street, Tacoma Facilitated By The Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department 1st and 2nd dose, booster available- 2nd dose of bivalent booster shot is also available for the seniors 65 … Read More »

Korean Women’s Association Brings More Affordable Housing to Tacoma

May 4, 2022

On Monday, May 2, The Korean Women’s Association (KWA) welcomed Derek Kilmer, U.S. Representative from Washington's 6th District, to its Lakewood headquarters as he congratulated the organization for receiving $36 million in funding, including a HUD 202 Capital Advance funding award and Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, to develop more affordable housing in downtown Tacoma. … Read More »

Celebrating Asian-American Small Business Owners

March 10, 2022

On Wednesday, Feb. 23, The Korean Women’s Association (KWA) along with the Pierce County Economic Development Council and the Pierce County Chamber of Commerce celebrated cohort three of the Pierce County Small Business Accelerator program made up of 21 Asian American small business owners. … Read More »


March 18, 2021

The Korean Women’s Association (KWA) Denouncing Anti-Asian American Pacific Islanders Sentiment Due to Fears of the COVID-19 Pandemic and Affirming KWA’s Commitment to the Well-Being and Safety of Asian American Communities KWA has a deep legacy of support for the Asian American community whose founding members were Korean women dedicated to helping those who are … Read More »

Rental Assistance in a Time of Great Need

September 11, 2020

Front the desk of Pete Ansara Stay Home, Stay Healthy is a simple directive to help us all stay safe and reduce the spread of COVID-19, but it’s not so simple if the threat of eviction is looming over your head. Peace of mind, the knowledge that you and your family are safe, remaining in … Read More »

KWA Joins Long-Term Care Coalition to Protect Washington’s Most Vulnerable

June 30, 2020

Proposed COVID-19 budget cuts would devastate seniors and people with disabilities (Olympia, WA) – KWA joins the Coalition of Long-Term Care advocates, assembled in response to recent budget reduction exercises that propose significant cuts to critical services that support Washington’s seniors and people with disabilities. Assisting the states most vulnerable populations is at the heart … Read More »

KWA Receives $555,800 CARES Grant

June 20, 2020

 TACOMA, WA – June, 2020 – Korean Women’s Association (KWA) announced it has accepted a $555,800 grant from Pierce County Human Services CARES Act Coronavirus Relief Fund to support rental assistance in Pierce County for people directly impacted by COVID-19 pandemic.  These funds will allow KWA to provide $800 worth of rental assistance for 200 … Read More »