About Wellbrook Foundation
Wellbrook Foundation, Inc. was founded in 1989 with the mission, as stated in the charter of incorporation in part, a) to encourage the interest of Asian Americans in active participation of community services and civic affairs, b) To promote mutual understanding, social harmony, and peace through cultural exchange, dissemination of knowledge, and education, and c) To promote economic and business development for Asian Americans.
Among many other activities, Wellbrook Foundation:
a) has raised fund to build a girl elemental school in Gaizhou, China,
b) provided scholarships in four countries,
c) supported and worked with Suffolk County Executive’s Asian American Advisory
d) Applied and received funding from New York state Health Department to co-sponsor community health fairs,
e) sponsored leadership development program for communities.
f) Initiate and support Taiwan aborigines organic agriculture product development which created over 50 permanent jobs and about 40 temper any positions.
As part of the funding, in addition to fund raising from public, Wellbrook Foundation has received royalties from the two books
a) 12th edition of Cane Sugar Handbook (about 1,000 pages),
b) the 1st edition of Handbook of Sugar Refining (about 800 pages), both co-authored and edited by Dr. Chung Chi Chou and published by the world renowned John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Of New York.
Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month (AAPI)
Supported Asian American Pacific Islander Celebration in Suffolk County of New York
Tzi Chi Internation Medical Association (TIMA)
Supporter of TIMA for several years
(free medical and dental health screening)
Haiti Relief Project for Earthquake Victims
Chief Deputy County Executive Christopher Kent and Yves Michel, Commissioner of Workforce Housing and Economic Development receives the check for Victims