Seany’s Vault

CBS San Diego 8 – December 2015

At Thursday night’s premier of the new Star Wars movie the force helped sick children fighting cancer see a special screening in Mission Valley.

CBS News 8’s Richard Allyn reports from Hazard Center with the details about why some local kids will be among the first to see the new film in this video report.

CBS San Diego 8 – December 2015

SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) – On Thursday, December 17, The Seany Foundation (TSF) will host another epic ‘Seany Movie Night’ with an early premiere, the first screening in San Diego, of the highly anticipated film Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

The Foundation has two sold out theaters for the occasion, totaling 346 seats!

This great partnership with UltraStar Theaters has significant meaning: It was Seany’s favorite hobby, and only job before passing.

All proceeds from the evening will go to TSF, which funds and runs quality-of-life programs for children and families affected by cancer.

Attendees will participate in a Star Wars-themed Costume Contest with exciting prizes.

Tickets include a Concessions Package and a special giveaway item.

Carmel Valley couple’s Seany Foundation builds hope, friendships at camps for kids with cancer

Del Mar Times – October 2014

The Del Mar Times gives a detailed explain of how The Seany Foundation came to be.

Who is The Seany Foundation? 

Give Back 360

Give Back 360 tells of the founding days of The Seany Foundation.

The Seany Foundation celebrates gala in RSF

The Coastal News – November 2014

The Coastal News Group wraps up the Everything Is Possible Gala 2014.

Seany Foundation has $1 million of reasons to celebrate

San Diego Union Tribune – December 2012

The San Diego Union Tribune sums up the Everything is Possible Gala 2012.

The Seany Foundation Named Operating Organization of Camp Reach for the Sky by American Cancer Society

The Business Wire – June 2014

The Business Wire discusses the change of ownership of Camp Reach for the Sky from The American Cancer Society to The Seany Foundation.


San Diego News 6 – January 2015

San Diego 6’s pre-coverage of The Seany’s Happy Camper 5k 2015.

Hundreds raise money for camp tailored for kids fighting cancer

San Diego News 10 – January 2015

Video of Seany’s Happy Camper 5k 2015 from News 10 San Diego.

Cancer camp full of friendship

San Diego Union Tribune – July 2011

Resident Oncology Camp 2011 photo gallery from the San Diego Union Tribune.

Cancer patients and survivors get to be kids at summer camp

San Diego Union Tribune – August 2006

The San Diego Union Tribune talks about a young camper at Resident Oncology Camp 2006.

DEL MAR: Horse’s winnings to help benefit cancer foundation

San Diego Union Tribune – September 2009

A 2009 San Diego Union Tribune news article about two rookie horses named after Seany.

Reaching for the future

San Diego Union Tribune – August 2001

The San Diego Union Tribune gives us a look in Resident Oncology Camp in 2001 with interviews from Yoda and Barbie.

Camp helps kids deal with cancer

San Diego Union Tribune – August 2004

A brief look into Resident Oncology Camp 2004 by the San Diego Union Tribune featuring statements from Princess and Snowflake.

Camp feels like home to kids

San Diego Union Tribune – August 2006

Summary of Resident Oncology Camp 2006 with interviews from Mumbles, Tiny, and Gabby.

San Diego Spotlight 

San Diego Union Tribune – January 2013

A San Diego Spotlight video with Yoda and Mighty Mouse discussing the mission of The Seany Foundation.


San Diego News 6 – July 2014

A San Diego 6 interview with Yoda about Camp Reach for the Sky.

Seany’s Happy Camper 5K benefits kids with cancer

San Diego CBS 8 – January 2015

A CBS 8 clip of Seany members and celebrity chef Brian Malarkey making some tasty eats for Seany’s Happy Camper 5k 2015.

Seany Foundation fights cancer

Rancho Santa Fe Review – October 2012

Rancho Santa Fe Review’s photo gallery from the Everything is Possible Gala 2012.

Phi Delta Theta hosts holiday philanthropy

The Daily Aztec – December 2013

A holiday fundraiser at SDSU benefiting The Seany Foundation by the Daily Aztec.

Locals Support Kids with Cancer “Camp Reach for the Sky”

The Julian News – August 2006

A Julian News article about Resident Oncology Camp in 2006 featuring pictures of a young Tapatio and Boo Boo.

Young Campers ‘Reach for Sky’ in Break from Reality of Cancer

Los Angeles Times – July 1988

A 1988 Los Angeles Times article about Camp Reach for the Sky.