• Breast/Prostate Cancer
  • Community Resource
  • Education
  • Diabetes
  • Heart Disease
  • Sickle Cell
  • Blood Pressure/Cholesterol
  • Alzheimer’s/Dementia
  • Lupus
Breast / Prostate Cancer
globe  Mary L. Webb was the loving matriarch of our family, who succumbed to breast cancer in 2004. As a tribute in her memory, the Webb Family Seed Foundation is proud to announce starting in early 2014, the “With Love, From Mary Project.” This project is dedicated to assisting Bay Area Breast Cancer Survivors by providing services to improve
the quality of life and restore beauty with dignity to those women who have defeated the odds of this disease. We
have taken multiple steps to accomplish these goalsby partnering with local cancer centers/hospitals to make these facilities aware of the services that our non-profit organization can provide to breast cancer patients.

We have partnered with local retail merchants who supply mastectomy supplies and accessories for
breast cancerpatients, in efforts to support and provide much needed items to low income breast cancer patients.
By funding the cost of mastectomy bras, mastectomy prosthesis, and breast forms for women who aren’t financial
able to purchase these items.In addition, we plan to implement mini hardship grants for payment of rent and fund preventative healthcare practices (mammograms) to assist qualified Bay Area Breast Cancer Survivors. 
  Bonded Together in Brotherhood Project is a grant funded program servicing prostate cancer patients in Bay Area
by providing funding for preventative services such as digitalrectal exam and prostate-specific antigen test to those qualified low income Bay Area men. In addition, we will implement mini hardship grants for rent to assist those
prostate cancer survivors who need assistance.
Community Resource

  Buttered Toast Project: is a grant funded program aimed to provide hot nutritional breakfast meals
to children in the Bay Area. In the United States it is estimated that 15.9 million children under 18
years old live in households where they are unable to consistently access enough nutritious food necessary to lead a healthy life on a daily a basis (USDA.gov). These rates of food insecurity are
higher than the national average among households with incomes near or below the federal poverty
line (USDA.gov).
Food insecurity for anyone can have devastating affects; however for children those implications are increased with long-term consequences for a child’s future physical and mental health, academic achievement and economic productivity. The Webb Family Seed Foundation joins the fight in ending childhood hunger by starting with serving nutritional breakfast meals to jump start a child’s day.
After the breakfast meal program has been established, we will implement a program to provide
services for lunch and dinner. The Buttered Toast Project is scheduled to be launched in early 2015.

  Webb Family Seed Foundation’s Scholarships: is scholarship program dedicated to awarding 8
annual college scholarship to underrepresented Bay Area high school studentswho have achieved academic excellence.
These scholarships will be awarded in the areasof Biological Sciences, Engineering, Nursing, Music, Special Education, Journalism, Culinary Arts and Criminal Justice. To qualify for these scholarships
the potential candidate must have: at least 3.0 overall GPA, 3 letters of recommendation (2 teachers
and 1 community leader), have a financial need, 500 word essay, and one official transcripts.
Applications for each area of interest will be available in 2014.

4C Project
  4C’s Project (Cognition, Comprehension, Consciousness and Capability): is a grant funded
educational program to cultivate the love of math and science in Alameda County School Districts.
The demand for greater skills in mathematics and science has been on the raise for a few decades,
the purpose of this program is to fill in service and achievement gaps in the public school systems by captivating the interest and improving the overall performance of students in the area of mathematics
and science. This program will be launched in 2015.
  Oh, My Carbohydrates Project is a prospective grant funded program that deals with managing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle with diabetes through assisting Bay Area diabetic patients. Project
under construction, a more detailed description of project will be announced soon.
Heart Disease
  Values and Valves Project – Under construction, program is grant funded and description to be
announced soon.
Sickle Cell
Red Cell Project – Under construction, program is grant funded and description of project to be
announced soon.
Blood Pressure / Cholesterol
  Too high, Too Low Project - is grant funded program that deals with maintaining healthy
blood pressure and cholesterol. This program will provide innovative approachesto
individuals who have been affected by high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Under construction and a more detailed description of program will be announced soon.
Alzheimer's/ Dementia
  My Whole Hemisphere Project - is a prospective grant funded program dealing with patients/love
one’s who have Alzheimer’s /Dementia. Under construction, program is grant funded and description
to be announced soon..

  I’m Me Project – Under construction, program is grant funded and description to be announced soon.