Educate, Empower, Communicate

Our Mission is to use the unifying gifts of music and personal testimony to educate youth, and others struggling in our communities, about healthy lifestyle choices and empower them to build strong relationships
based on trust and communication.


HELP.SORRY.LOVE is a Not-for-profit 501(c)(3)
charitable organization

“Often times the hardest things to say are the very things that can save a life,
“I need help”, “I am sorry” and “I love you”.

I Need Help

For many people, asking for help can be one of the hardest decisions to make. Often times we avoid asking for it because we do not want to appear weak and fear being judged. In reality, it takes courage to ask for help and people that care about our well-being are most likely waiting for us to be strong enough to ask and receive. There are people waiting who truly care.

I Am Sorry

The thought of saying, “I am sorry” can be a scary proposition. Some people feel that if we admit to making mistakes or hurting someone’s feelings, then we are admitting to failure. However, we can learn from our mistakes, and giving a heartfelt apology is never a failure, even if it is not received as well as we had hoped. Apologizing when we have wronged someone lifts the burden of shame, breaks down the walls of resentment and strengthens the bonds between us. Is there someone that comes to mind right now that you need to reach out to and say, “I am sorry”? If so, we can help guide you through the process.

I Love You

The three words that can heal a relationship, affirm the way we feel about someone and change the course of a person’s life… “I Love You”. It may be difficult for someone who never felt loved or rarely had it articulated to him or her to say these words. In past generations it was not the cultural norm in many households for a man to say, “I Love You” on a regular basis. In today’s culture children may hear it more often at home, school and amongst friends but the true impact of these words comes from the way we treat each other. The Bible gives us this description of love: “Love is patient, love is kind. It is not jealous, [love] is not pompous, it is not inflated, it is not rude, it does not seek its own interests, it is not quick-tempered, it does not brood over injury, it does not rejoice over wrongdoing but rejoices with the truth. It bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never fails…” This profound description of love depicts the purest form of a selfless, unconditional care and concern for another soul. Though this depth of love is extraordinary, it is the truest standard and we can start by simply saying the words, “I Love You”.