Provide , healing, hope, and connections...


The SEA2C DNA Family Reunification Program helps connect those searching for their birth families through the use of science, "DNA Detectives", DNA test kit distribution and collection events both domestically and abroad, and social media connections.


Living the "Beach Lyfe". Yes...we know how "life" is spelled, but we are looking at life from a different perspective because it's all about the "why"...not the "I". Due to the geographic coastal location of the foundations’ headquarters on the US Eastern Seaboard, foundation benefit recipients have access to free coastal water activities including, but not limited to surfing, paddle boarding, fishing charters, boating, etc.  The Beach Lyfe program helps lay out a relaxing, fun, and safe environment for family reunions and also serves as a means of de-stressing and therapy for those suffering from the emotional effects of growing up as an orphan of war.  This program is also available for US Military Veterans of not only the war in Vietnam, but for Veterans from all wars that are suffering emotionally  from the effects of being in combat.


This program utilizes film and social media platforms to tell compelling inspirational stories about the lives of Vietnam War era Amerasians and how it has impacted the direction of their lives.  Sharing these stories conveys messages of hope, faith, forgiveness, resilience, and healing.  This program also educates the audience to the many unseen nuances and perspectives of the Vietnam War and post war life from the perspective of Amerasians and the Military service members that served in the war and formed connections with some of the featured individuals.   Varying story lines include, but are not be limited to living the life of a Vietnam War era Amerasian, searching for and reuniting with lost birth family members, connecting with other similar Amerasians, and the connections many of them have to the military service members that served in the Vietnam War.


Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does"


-William James