If you're looking for the perfect holiday party snack, stocking stuffer, and delicious late night movie treat (one you can "write off" as a donation), then don't miss this "Making a difference in the South Pacific" fundraising program from the world's best puffed corn company. All proceeds goes to support the health, education, and disaster relief programs Sea Mercy provides in the South Pacific.

A sad goodbye to Vanuatu. As the visas for our volunteer captains expire, Sea Mercy will be winding down our 5 month Disaster Relief & Recovery operations in Vanuatu. Below is the Impact Report (with photos) that our program and volunteers had while serving the remote island of Vanuatu since March following Cyclone Pam.

Thank you Matson Foundation! Matson has been a wonderful partner and supporter of Sea Mercy and our programs in the South Pacific (see below). We are so grateful for their continued support and belief in our organization and volunteers and in other organizations they support across the South Pacific.

With our last rotation of 2015 ending in October and the cyclone season beginning, we wanted to put a beautiful year ending bow on the 3rd year of our program and share with our volunteers, partners, sponsors and followers the impact that they have had in the South Pacific and what is in store for 2016 and beyond.

The greatest need on the remote islands of the South Pacific is not for an effective and consistent Dental Care delivery program (Sea Mercy has it), it’s finding dental professionals willing to help deliver it. Due to low pay and opportunities, there is a huge talent drain (migration) of dental professionals from the island nations to first world countries. We need your help!

I just returned from a 2 week rotation in the Southern Lau Islands of Fiji on the sailing vessel Dragonfly. I can honestly say it is one of the best experiences of my life. I felt like I was in a National Geographic special. I loved almost everything about the trip, the people, the sailing, the food and all the experiences I encountered. We were a group of 5 volunteers and 2 health ministry staff members.

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