This paper aims at suggesting improvements of disaster relief donation support system for disaster victims in Korea. Because we, Korea, will experience the large-sized natural disasters more frequently and the extended damage scale, we cannot achieve an original purpose if we continue to operate only present donation support system. In this paper, first, for achieving the research goal, we have dealt with the theoretical contents, and then the writer reviewed significance and types of donation support systems for disaster victims. This article introduced four types of donation support systems, that is to say, emergent donation support, recovery donation support, livlihood donation support, and welfare donation support. Next, this research analyzed an empirical survey results. In this contexts, the researcher has suggested some improvements of disaster relief donation support system. First, we have to continue to maintain a cash-based emergent donation support system for securing disaster victims. Second, it is needed that our legal institutions have to accept the comprehensive support system, including emergent, recovery, livlihood, and welfare donation support systems. Third, in the future system, it must support another NGOs and NPOs financially of giving the hands to disaster-stricken areas and disaster victims. Fourth, it is desirable that we have another system for giving the additional support to the social-alienated disaster victims. Fifth, we change our provider-centered donation support system to demander-centered donation support system for suiting to the new environment.