A linking hearts bracelet made from a downed Japanese plane by a young Marine Corporal, Sam Richiusa, who survived Pearl Harbor. When he made it home he gave the bracelet to his bride.
Documents a real life quest of a son to honor his 95 year old father’s wishes and to “Do something good” with the only known “Sweetheart Souvenir” from the battle of Pearl Harbor.
A non-profit has been formed to tell the story of the creation of the original Heroes’ Hearts bracelet, and to expand efforts in support the mission: Helping Heroes, one good deed at a time.
We partner with the PTSD afflicted through accredited educational institutions or representative programs to manufacturing, market and promote exact replica bracelets.
Working hard to fulfill the request from Pearl Harbor Survivor Marine, Sam Richiusa, to “Do Something Good” with linking hearts.
We partner with the PTSD afflicted, through accredited educational institutions or representative programs, to manufacturing, market and promote exact replica bracelets.
We will have other media and non-media projects which will reinforce our primary objective.
Heroes’ Hearts® wants to help end prejudice and discrimination.