LeeHan-Sponsored Charity Events and Educational Programs
We are committed to being involved and supporting our community. We host a series of school wide invitations in order to help our community, schools, and neighborhoods.
2023 Tournament Result
We won an astounding 30 medals/trophies total: 21 Gold, 6 Silver, and 3 Bronze.
Mr. David Volden
Thanks to sponsorship from the Pledge for Life Partnership and the hospitality of Olivet Nazarene University, the I-KAN Regional Office of Education organized an annual afternoon of family fun to raise prevention awareness and funds to support the Life Education programs.
Ms. Tiffany Blanchette
Cooper Bradley, 5, left, his brother Kamdyn Bradley, 6, and Ayden Walker, 5, right, all of Bourbonnais, yell as they finish a routine Saturday at Northfield Square Mall during a promotional demonstration by LeeHan Martial Arts, a Bourbonnais-based academy led by Master Lee and Han, both South Korean natives.
Master Lee and Master Han have been serving as the honorary Judge of the charity event for the St. Jude Children's Research hospital. This event has been contributing financial support for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. We gratefully acknowledge receipt of your contribution. We thank you for your generosity, the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital said.
Master Han and his colleagues teach the martial arts for children at the Children's Hope International.
Master Han and his colleagues have offered a martial arts demonstration, and mini lessons. They did a fantastic job and we enjoyed so much, a director of the event Mary said.
Cook County Board of Commissioners
Master Lee and her colleagues pose with the Cook County Board Commissioner
Toni Preckwinkle and others with a copy of the resolution honoring for its annual "A Kick for the Cure Campaign" for St. Jude.
Master Lee has received an official resolution from the Cook County Board of Commissioners recognizing their philanthropic work for their, "A Kick for the Cure" campaign. We are very proud of our work and honored to serve because this work for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, helps saves children's lives, the Cook County Board Commissioners said.