SOURCE: Cleveland Scene | Jeff Niesel
October 20, 2020
Founded in Cleveland, Ohio by Jillian Wolstein, the mission of H.E.L.P. is to “provide hope, education, love and protection to people facing seemingly insurmountable circumstances by way of human injustices and challenges.” H.E.L.P. also owns and operates the Flats East Bank restaurant Truman’s 216. All the profits from Truman’s 216 go towards helping people in need, and the restaurant also provides meals to local alternative housing shelters.
Now, H.E.L.P. has funded Lovely Jackson, a new film from Zodiac Features, the Cleveland and Los Angeles-based production company behind the 2019 thriller I See You, and Cleveland State University’s School of Film and Media Arts.