One Love Movement partners with nonprofits and social causes to build awareness and raise funding for their efforts.
Our areas of interest and expertise include:
One Love Seoul, South Korea
The journey back to Seoul for the first time since being adopted - Story captured here.
From our founder, Kim Bauman: My dream is to find my birth mom, the foster family, the doctor who me in, the social worker, anyone from that first year as an orphan. I want to go back to volunteer, and create a One Love project to help the kids living there whose shoes I was once in.
Baby Drop Box: We are so excited to be supporting this purposeful project created by Pastor Lee. This man has saved 1,505 abandoned babies in Seoul over the past 10 years. In fact, a few days before I had arrived (12/06/2018) baby # 1,505 was dropped. The Baby Drop Box is a safe place for moms to leave their babies. Watch the trailer on the world-renowned documentary. Learn WHY moms abandon their babies in Korea, read PART 1 and PART 2 on our blog.
Eastern, the org. that took care of me in 1975, today takes in 500+ abandoned babies/year. I was thrilled to get this message of information. It feels so good to learn something more that brings me closer to my truth. This means Eastern is responsible for ALL 500 babies ALL day. Wow, can you imagine? 500 crying babies? The amount of caretakers needed, the baby formula, the diapers.... this is really blowing my mind and to think that I USED TO BE 1 OF THESE 500 BABIES! "One Love Seoul" is one of the beneficiaries and projects of One Love Movement. A % of funds raised will aid in helping abandoned babies like these 500+!
One Love San Diego
A project that supports anti-bullying, LGBTQ, transgender, and gender equality with elementary-age kids
Funds will go to support rollout of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation's Welcoming Schools Anti-bullying Program in Florence Elementary, Hillcrest San Diego.
One Love India
Fiduciary for a shelter in Bangalore, India, that's home to 17 boys. We stand by each boy through young adulthood or as needed, and provide all we can to give them a better life. Watch our video
Improvement of surroundings and infrastructure to 36 under-developed schools in India
One Love San Fran
Annual fundraiser to benefit local San Francisco non-profit Mission Neighborhood Health Center plus local projects in San Diego.
Funds are used to help youth and adults in SF transition off the streets to more permanent housing, and access to showers, bathroom, laundry services; medical clinic services; social service support in employment opportunities, cultural community groups.
One Love Puerto Rico
Too many Puerto Ricans continue to suffer without electrical power and the basic necessities. Impact a family directly by donating to a small group of volunteers who work face-to-face with families affected. We are supporting families who's homes were leveled from Hurricane Maria.
Past work highlights
Worked with organizations in the Morogoro region that support village kids, an orphanage with ages 0-10, kids living with HIV and children who have been disowned due to physical and mental disabilities.
Contributed over $21,000 to rebuild Haiti after the devastation from the 2010 earthquake.
San Diego, CA
Rehabilitation for sex-trafficked victims
Assistance with transition-age foster youth coming out of the system as juveniles and into adulthood
Computers and other learning tools to assist refugee kids, along with support fitting into our community, from tutoring to English-speaking classes, to fun outings to get them involved and connected
Education and program support for young teen moms
Promoting overall health and well-being for foster youth
Outdoor field trips and education for inner-city youth
Wish-granted concerts to kids with severe trauma