Nonprofit organization Compassion Korea-USA is hosting a weekend picnic at the Irvine Bethel Church (18700 Harvard Ave.) on June 17 and 18 in an effort to support impoverished children around the world.
On June 17, Compassion Korea-USA ambassador and South Korean rapper Sean will lead a “talk concert” with the mission of instilling hope among children who have lost their dreams.
The first day of the event will be led by Sean, followed by graduate student’s testimonials and after-party. On a first come, first serve basis, photo opportunities and souvenir giveaways will be provided. All participants must attend the event with a copy of a free ticket available on ilovecompassion.com/ticket.
On June 18, South Korean actor In-pyo Cha will give his testimony and share his experiences as a Christian on two separate occasions at 9:15 and 11:30 a.m. No tickets are necessary for this event as anyone is welcome to attend.
More information is available on ilovecompassion.com.