RRF and Grant Heslov Support Children Mending Hearts
The Recording Radio and Film Connection is proud to announce our continued support of local and national charities. Our programs have endeavored to support those seeking to better themselves in an effort to empower young men and women through quality education. The Recording Radio and Film Connection is excited to announce our partnership with acclaimed film producer, writer, and actor Grant Heslov to support Children Mending Hearts.
Children Mending Hearts is an organization dedicated to assisting disadvantaged youth through arts and educational programming in order to build a class of global citizens. Children Mending Hearts’ ultimate goal is to positively impact the lives of children all over the globe and to aid them in pursing their dreams. Founded by Lysa Heslov, the goal of empowering children worldwide to find their ultimate purpose and the to pursue it relentlessly is both an exceedingly difficult and rewarding task.
Through an experienced team of cultural specialists and artists, who conduct workshops, Children Mending Hearts truly does make a difference in the lives of children all over the globe. Painting, photography, music, dance, and drama are just a few of the creative outlets that Children Mending Hearts offers young people.
Children Mending Hearts also works domestically in order to assist local organizations that work with disadvantaged young people. CMH has an expansive network of volunteer workers, who reside in cities all throughout the U.S., who assist local charities on CMH’s behalf.
Recording Radio and Film Connection and Grant Heslov, producer of Argo and The American, writer of Ides of March and Good Night, and Good Luck, and director of The Men Who Stare at Goats, believe that it is of utmost importance to expose young people to creative expression.