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Deep Heart is a Public Charity 501 (c)(3)
We are a family-run, 501c3 public charity with decades of experience and an expansive reach touching tens of thousands of lives each year. Our charity works on various levels to help those who are in the most need in impoverished schools, orphanages, homes for the elderly, homeless shelters, with the disabled and those with special needs, in youth detention centers and prisons.
“…Whatever you do for these brothers of mine, even the least of them, this you do for Me…”
-Jesus (Matthew 25:35)
“..In 42 years of directing this institution, I have never received such a beautiful gift as your work here today. For them to have dedicated all their time to bring hope and inspiration to others, is what we need in society.... A society that often leads us down the wrong path. Today we see that it is love that need to hold on to…”
“…An unforgettable experience... In addition to their grand artistic talent, they are an example of life and a value for humanity.”
"I have worked here for 30 years and never seen the young men respond to anyone the way they have responded to you. In the rap and hip hop and music and magic.. You are speaking their language..."
“Today you have taught us all that the meaning of true love is. On behalf of all the children, professors, and myself, thank you!"
"Ever since you have been here this place hasn't been the same. The message that you shared has significantly impacted the inmates and in turn that has helped our guards and administrators as well.“
"...You bring hope where it is not possible to hope... You transform lives... Today was the best day in my whole time here."
“I’m sorry, but I’m speechless. I really do not know what to say except that what you do is not ordinary. There is no category for this. That’s all I could want for my community. A gift from God “.
“You are truly heroes. I want to live for Jesus without heresies, without false words, but from the choice of a true heart. Jesus used you tremendously for my life. I thank God for your family”.
On June 17, 2021. Something happen on that day which changed the perspective and hearts of many in this prison including myself. The profound performance, testimonies, music, comedy, magic and so much more was only God sent by this anointed family DeepHeart.
Unbelievable performance! Words can not describe the presence of Christ the Son which flowed from the hearts of this family. Faith in action. Their belief unshakable, and their relationship with the Father unexplainable. There is a word that DeepHeart expressed, that I believe comes from the same mind set of the Gospel of Christ….
All in the family Rachel, Sarah, Ruth, Elizabeth, Abraham, Joshua, David and Michael. A family that made the light of Christ Jesus brighter than even before in this prison. And I am forever humble and grateful from my heart and soul. If for some reason your institution haven’t seen or heard about DEEPHEART! ADVISE SEE IT FOR YOURSELF.
May the peace and blessing of our Lord and Savior be with you always.
La. State Prison Angola, Louisiana.
We all work common jobs, sometimes two or three jobs at a time for an extended period. We save all our funds then carefully plan and use our savings to help all those we can. We are extremely frugal and stretch each dime as far as possible.
Any help we receive is greatly appreciated and goes directly to helping others. The opportunities are endless and the needs are many. As Jesus says, “the harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few” (Mt.9:37).
We have dedicated our lives to changing lives.
“…Remember the poor…”
We are a Polish-Irish family (real family) with from the Midwest. The father (Michael) is a musician and has attended several seminaries and graduated with a Master’s degree in Theology. He has imparted to my brothers and sisters and I the spirit of fighting for something beyond ourselves. The mother (Rachel) graduated with a degree in Social studies and has taught us tenderness and how to care for the poor and others. We are not sponsored by, nor affiliate with, any specific church, or denomination. Our vision is to bring the love of the Father to the unloved, to remember the forgotten, and to comfort the brokenhearted with the hope of the Holy Spirit in the living Jesus.
We live in a day and age where self obsession seems to be the trend. However, we believe that one can find true fulfillment in caring for others, for the poor, elderly, homeless, orphans, prisoners, and the disabled.
We perform a rehabilitating, educational and transformative show of music, magic, comedy, theater and dance. Through the presentation we create a platform where we can teach, inspire and create a personal connection with the audience to offer an unforgettable, and often, life changing experience. For the past 10 years we have had breakthrough success in touching the lives of tens of thousands of through hundreds of events across many countries.
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil, is for good men to do nothing.”
During Covid so much is shut down. We are focusing our efforts on preparing for future events and have received many requests for our work as soon as restrictions are lifted. Meanwhile, we are working double time to correspond with individuals in several countries to utilized this time as much as possible.
Many are suffering in extreme isolation with no visits or activities. Some prisons are on a 24/7 cell lockdown. Imagine dealing with that for months. Others have widespread outbreaks of Coronavirus with no way to social distance or implement proper health and hygiene protocols. Tragically, for some it has become a death sentence.
We have created, published, printed, and are distributing a 28 page, full color, magazine to bring a cutting-edge appeal to inmates across America. We worked for several months to draw from our experiences over the past decade in more than 228 prisons to create content that is relevant, helpful, and a motivation to initiate lasting change, in the prison atmosphere. The magazine brings mental stimulation, education, inspiration and comfort and the love of Jesus to those who are so isolated during this time from all walks of life and backgrounds.
We have received overwhelming response from the thousands we have distributed thus far in over 120 correctional facilities from both the administrators, chaplains, and inmates. There are multitudes more whom we would like to reach and send the magazines but currently resources and funds are limited. If anyone would like to or be able to help us, it would be greatly appreciate by us and all the men whom it would help.