I am offering beginner corals (I used to sell aquatic plants for the cause.. I took down my freshwater tank and now.. you can read more about it on here: http://www.plantedtank.net/forums/swap-n-shop/45534-plants-sale-help-support-summer-program.html) for sale to help support a summer program at UC Berkeley for Southeast Asian Students (Vietnamese, Laotian, Khmer, and students whom parents has gone through the Diaspora during the Viet Nam War). The summer program is sponsored by the Southeast Asian Student Coalition. I was one of the founding members of the organization when I was a student at UC Berkeley. This is their 8 summers and they are in dire need of money. I've been helping them to raised money for their food and transportation budget. Their food and transportation budget is about $3,000. So far I have raised about $200. Still waiting for other people to say how much they will donate. We hope to bring 35-40 students to the summer program depending on this year budget. Believe me they fight hard for every penny they get from the University. A few year I went to speak on their behalf at the Associate Student Body and they got $800 out of $2000 that they asked for. This year’s budget is about $550 per student. Last year they were able to bring 36 students to the program. If you do not want to buy the corals and you can make donation. You will get a letter of donation and a 501(c) tax ID # for your tax write-off. Thanks for looking! You can learn more about the summer program by going here: http://www.ocf.berkeley.edu/~sasc/. I know this program works because it has changed one of my student’s lives. Three years ago his cousin was visiting from San Jose State and his cousin was shot and he died. My student knew exactly who did it. A lot of his friends want him to go and retaliate and kill the other guy. He called me up and we spoke and he mentioned that if it were not for the summer he spent at UC Berkeley he would have gone and gets that guy back. The summer program helps students to understand their environment and teaches them that violence is not the answer to anything. Right now, he’s currently attending Laney College and hope to transfer back to UC Davis. By buying corals from me you will help these students and you get some cool corals in your tank as well. I have the following corals for sale (Note… I think the prices are reasonable if not please let me know): Pick up in Berkeley, CA. 1. Over 70 polyps of Tubs Blue Zoa colony: $150 2. ½+ sunset monti: $40 3. various acro 1+” for $15-$25 4. Numerous zoas and palys ranging from $1-$2 per polyps 5. Small rock with 7+ cats eyes, 12+ AOG, 8+ Purple Death: $100 6. Colony of Indo Acan with over 30 heads: $75 7. 1+” of Green Nepthea freshly cut for $20 8. Various caps 1”+ $10-$25 Here are some pictures taken by Doug. If you want specific picture of any corals you can let me know and I can take some pictures. If you see any corals in the full tank shot that you like. I am willing to sell it to help this cause. Thanks for looking!