A private, 501 (c)3 organization dedicated to expanding the cultural and educational horizons for youth in underserved communities.
Founded in 2020 by CEO Felicia Seamón, The Seamón Family Foundation's mission is to address the lack of art programming and support, business development, and mental health awareness in struggling communities by utilizing a community development approach, in partnership with agencies and organization that share its purposes.
1st WMBrown Scholarship Meeting
Sunday, 10/10/2021 at 2 pm EST (via Zoom Link)
ALL DONORS may attend. Click Here for Agenda
We will commemorate the life of Wadiya Maria Brown through this fundraiser by Felicia & Jermaine Seamón, who will also celebrate their 20 years of #blacklove & marriage, from their 1st meeting at the 1st HBCU, CheyneyUniversity, with their friend Wadiya. Jermaine & Felicia will donate all gifts to the WMBrown scholarship.
The WMBrown Memorial Scholarship Fund will encompass multiple scholarships for inner-city youth, in celebration of Wadiya's lifelong love and support of education, as well as to increase mental health awareness & support, as the lack thereof attributed to her death.
Your tax-deductible donation (in lieu of anniversary gifts) will support the WMBrown inaugural fundraiser and scholarship presentation. Learn more about our Art Auction here.
Seamón Enterprises and Family Foundation
Arts & Business Mentorship Program
In pursuit of our mission, The Seamón Family Foundation has partnered with the Blackberry Arts Collective to create the Arts and Business Program and Showcase, a project that will employ its strategic partnerships with Art & Business Professionals, Community Educators, Organizers, and College Students.
These individuals will provide registered program participants with a reliable community workshop mentor model that will bring awareness and education of various genres of arts and business interests to residents in Beltline communities.
To engage registered program participants with a reliable community-workshop mentor model, to bring awareness and education of various genres of art and business interests to residents in Beltline communities.
How to Attend
The program workshops are COVID-safe and will occur over a period of 8 weeks both online and in-person, ending with a rewards ceremony/exhibit.
Workshops will be an hour long and will be held 2 times a week.
Meet the SFF Approved Mentors
Georgia State College
Interior Design Program
The Seamón Family Foundation is a 501 (c)3, that is committed to Social & Financial Investment in Arts & Culture, through youth, parental and community education and empowerment; while also working with partnering agencies to increase mental health awareness, prevent bullying and hate.
Program mentors come from a wide variety of creative, educational, and entrepreneurial backgrounds. As such, there are 8 tracks offered in the program.
Community Music & Film Production for Beginners
Kids Addressing Adversity Together
Digital Media & Visual Arts for Beginners
In-Home Interior Design for Beginners
Beltline Photography 101
Nasdaq, DOW, and S&P for Beginners
Financial Literacy for Kids by a Kid
Creative Chemistry as a Business
Thank you for being a loyal supporter of PHA’s and Michelle Obama’s historic Pass the Love w/ Waffles + Mochi campaign. I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you and The Seamón Family Foundation for your generosity.
Partnership for a Healthier America
Click Here to download the Blackberry Arts Collective Agenda.