The US Navy can no longer offer SUPERSEED storage space. We have a number of items stored there and need to either identify qualified recipients or move them to another location quickly.
Some items that are not in good working condition have already been delivered / are slated to be delivered to a place called " If a new location is not identified quickly, the US Navy will likely deliver all of our items there.
US Navy officials here in Singapore had also applied for SUPERSEED to be officially recognised as a "Project Handclasp" partner. Unfortunately their request has been neither approved or rejected - which basically means it is not moving forward. Without this recognition, the US Navy can no longer provide transport on its ships for SUPERSEED donations. In practice, they have not done this since 2007. (They have twice shipped items from here to The Philippines - in 2006 and again in 2007). The Chaplain's assistant has said that they will continue to try to obtain this status for SUPERSEED, but in the meantime there isn't much he can do. Apparently the hold-up is because SUPERSEED is not a US-registered organisation.
The US Navy has been a fantastic partner - not only storing and transporting items, but also providing volunteers to refurbish computers, take inventory, collect and deliver domestic donations and more. It's a shame that red tape is now getting in the way.