Welcome to SEACAP!
SEACAP was started several years ago with just an idea and a passion for doing what could be done to make lives better for children in Vietnam. From the beginning and each step along the way, many kind-hearted people volunteered to help with their time, skills or financial contributions. They know who they are. I give them a collective thanks for all their efforts. They have and continue to make a positive difference in the lives of many children and young people in Vietnam.
After spending a few years in Vietnam–on five separate trips–and helping Handy orten ohne Anmeldung several projects and many hundreds of kids and young people throughout Vietnam (With the assistance of those previously mentioned), I had to come back to the U.S. to “re-charge my batteries” and regroup. For anyone who has done similar work on a shoe-string budget, you know it can wear even the strongest person down.
After my return to the United States., SEACAP was greatly simplified. It is no longer a 501-C-3 tax exempt organization. I decided to change the focus from being an active charitable organization to becoming a “conduit” for answering questions and directing people to where they can help in Vietnam. Our limited resources have been and will continue to be focused on one large, well-managed project in Quy Nhon, Vietnam (See “Current Projects”).
Children enjoying a peaceful nap at Quy Nhon, Vietnam.
In my extensive travels throughout Vietnam this is one of the best privately operated charitable projects I’ve ever found. Ms. Nga, the Founder and Director has been serving children at her center for many years now. She’s got a heart of gold and is doing a remarkable job for hundreds of children and young people–with help from her friends and associates.
I will continue to keep this website active and updated to the best of my ability so that Nga’s work will continue to be recognized and those good-hearted people who are moved to help her and the children there, can do so.
If you want to help, please send any contributions directly to Ms. Nga’s Center in Quy Nhon. Please ask me or Ms. Nga how you can do this (see “Contact Us”).
One final thought.
It’s easy to put important things off for another day. If you decide to take some action and get involved your life will be better for it. Giving hope and providing a better future to these young people can enrich your life beyond measure. It isn’t often that you can have such a profound positive effect on the lives of others.