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Ed Hoffman

The Auschwitz Survivor who added a whole new layer of meaning to the term, “Healing.”

CLICK HERE to Watch the interview of Ed Hoffman by Michelle Manu NOW.

Ed received this award in Laguna Woods Village, the City of Laguna Woods, Veterans Day 2018

Ed received this award in Laguna Woods Village, the City of Laguna Woods, Veterans Day 2018


Akira Tsurumake to help find relatives of Japanese Pilot and Crew of the Downed plane where Sam Richiusa took the metal for Two Hearts As One original

Circle of Forgiveness Closes


It all started when…

Rabbi Abraham Cooper introduced Gordon Richiusa to Kinue Tokudome, who then introduced Gordon to Akira…

A video of the meeting can be seen by clicking here

Here are a few more photos of this historic meeting:


Laguna Quest

Martial Arts Legend Frank Dux Makes a Wish Come True



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Michelle Manu teaches the SHE Workshop where mere women mortals transition into superheroes. The workshop instructs real-life concepts, tools, and builds confidence through information, perception shifting, and tools to increase your feminine instincts and develop your unknown or underdeveloped inner superpowers.



  • Michelle Manu: Empowering Others
  • Empowered Testimonials 


The award-winning “original ultimate fight champion” and inspiration for the 1988 film, Bloodsport, Frank Dux, makes one fan's dream of meeting his hero come true.  



  • A meticulously crafted article by Ed Rampbell, including:
    • Dux Redux
    • The Chairman
    • Heroes' Hearts
  • A video showing Heroes Helping Heroes



Pearl Harbor Survivor Project

Help us Say “aloha” to the original WWII Heroes while they are still with us!

Heroes’ Hearts Inc. has been invited to participate in Anniversary Events at Pearl Harbor, this coming Dec 7. We are currently raising funds to provide for expenses so that we will be able to attend. When we achieve this goal, Heroes’ Hearts will give remaining Pearl Harbor Survivors a Heroes’ Hearts bracelet and Companion book (as we did in 2016), during the ceremonies taking place at the Arizona Memorial, as well as participate in additional Pearl Harbor ceremonies in the Oahu area.

WE NEED YOUR HELP. Without your support, we have to decline this very momentous invitation. As time passes, we lose more and more of our survivors, so we practically beg of you to help us reach as many survivors as we still can, right now, this year. The opportunity to honor our living Pearl Harbor survivors is quickly fading into history and we are working diligently to accept this honored invitation for 2018.

We have been unable to attend past Pearl Harbor ceremonies as hoped. We believe that Sam Richiusa was greatly affected by the Spirit of Aloha (See video) and may not have felt the Two Hearts Beating As One. Instead, we've offered the original Heroes' Hearts® bracelet (made by my father for my mother) to the Pacific Islands Ethnic Arts Museum (PIEAM), on permanent display in Long Beach, CA.

Based on the original bracelet, HH Inc. has made exact replicas of the Two-Hearts bracelet with the help of veteran-owned and operated businesses supporting the campaign to “Do Something Good.” These are the bracelets we hope to give to our surviving Pearl Harbor veterans and we request your donations to get us there to do so. (See Video--VETS Program).

We have also partnered with private-sector organizations and individuals such as Auschwitz Survivor Ed Hoffman and launched a number of projects to oppose discrimination and prejudice to help any number of heroes, especially those with PTSD. Heroes' Hearts® Inc. has been an official 501(c) 3 tax-exempt organization since October 7, 2016.

We appreciate your attention and assistance honoring our WWII vets and Pearl Harbor survivors. As the end of the 2018 tax season is approaching, please seriously consider a recurring donation, made possible at Heroes' Hearts® Inc., or a one time donation earmarked for any approved projects.

Please pass this request on to your own contacts. These donations are 100% TAX DEDUCTIBLE and also serve our main goal to DO SOMETHING GOOD. (Donate here).

Thank You,

Gordon Richiusa President/Director EIN: 81-4214824




Join us as we uncover previously unknown stories that will forever rewrite WWII history for the Hawaiian people, Japanese Americans and nationals, Italian Americans, and African American Marines. 




Heroes Helping Heroes


Discover the stories behind some of our most noted heroes, and explore Heroes' Hearts ongoing efforts through a diverse array of projects and opportunities.