North Korean Women’s Rights Event Held Online

On March 10, we again co-sponsored an annual event on North Korean women’s rights with the North Korea Freedom Coalition before the UN Commission on the Status of Women. The event, 25 Years of Repression and Regression in North Korea, focused on the lack of progress on North Korean women’s rights in the last quarter century.

Unfortunately, due to the corona virus, the in-person component of our event scheduled to take place in New York was cancelled by the UN Secretary General. Instead, we made the decision to host the event online. Please click the link above to view a recording of the event.

HAPPY NEW YEAR from Isabella!

All of us at the Isabella Foundation wish you a Happy New Year. We have had another successful year, thanks to you, and are looking forward to even greater successes in 2020! As we round out this year and reflect on this year gone by, we thank you for your support. Because of you, we have continued to … Read more

Friends of Isabella BBQ and Open House, October 19, 2019

Please join the Isabella Foundation for a BBQ and Open House on October 19th, 2019 at Cabin John Regional Park. We will provide the food and the latest information on Isabella Foundation activities both here in the United States and abroad. Please RSVP below and feel free to bring family and friends. Email [email protected] for more information. … Read more

From Orphanage to Escape – Recap of event on May 2

As part of the 2019 North Korea Freedom Week, an annual week long series of events which ran this year from April 28 – May 5, Isabella Foundation co-sponsored with the Family Research Council and Christian Freedom International the forum “From Orphanage to Escape: An Update on the Current Situation Faced by North Korean Orphans” … Read more

From Orphanage to Escape

An Update on North Korean Orphans We all know that North Korea is a country where everyone is at risk, and where religious freedom is nonexistent. The government does little to help its own people and actively works to oppress them. But among them, North Korean orphans, or kotjebi, are among the most vulnerable. Under … Read more

Annual Report

On behalf of the Isabella Foundation, thank you for supporting North Korean orphans. With your help, we’ve accomplished great things this past year! Here’s how you have changed the world for North Koreans: RESCUES: Nuclear weapons and missile tests have filled the headlines in 2017, resulting in high tensions between North and South Korea, the … Read more

Welcome

Thank you for visiting the Isabella Foundation. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to rescuing and resettling North Korean orphans and raising awareness about the human rights situation, especially how it pertains to North Korean orphans.