Through the Seaboard Foundation grant program, Seaboard Marine recently donated funds to the Bringing Them Home Project, a South Florida Non-Profit that provides reunification services for child runaways and missing children. The funds, generously made available through Seaboard Foundation, will cover expenses needed to quickly and safely locate missing minors to bring them home.

Founded in 2014, the Bringing Them Home Project has gradually expanded its network to include statewide partnerships in the private, corporate, and law enforcement sectors. Currently, the organization is credited with the safe return of over 800 missing and runaway minors at no cost to their families. Their commitment to helping South Florida families reunite while supporting families in locating family counseling, finding treatment for substance abuse, and selecting mental health professionals is commendable.

Seaboard Marine’s Senior Marketing Manager Chris Concepcion said, “Seaboard Marine is proud to be involved with The Bringing Them Home Project and applaud them for their tremendous work. I wish them many more successful years of making a meaningful difference in our community.”

You can support the Bringing Them Home Project by following their Facebook page: