In 2011, The Seany Foundation funded its first-ever patient care project, the Seany Room. The room—a comfy beach-themed parent, kid, and staff-free zone just for teens at Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego—was created to fulfill the wish of Sean Robins who underwent treatment as a teen at the childhood cancer facility. Click the title to read more!
SOMBFAB (Some Of My Best Friends Are Bald) Glee Club was a performing arts program that gave young cancer patients at Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego and their siblings a way to express themselves through music and dance. Click the title to read more!
From 2008 to 2013, The Seany Foundation supported the efforts of talented fellows at UCSD Department of Pediatrics and Rady Children’s Hospital as they worked on cutting-edge research in the important field of childhood cancer. Click the title to read more!