RMRH Receives Spirit AeroSystems Golf Classic Grant!

Real Men, Real Heroes, Inc. (RMRH) received a $5,000 grant from Spirit AeroSystems. The funds were raised at the Spirit AeroSystems Suppliers Charity Classic and are administered by the Wichita Community Foundation.

RMRH will use this grant for programs that help local youth realize their full potential by learning the tools needed for personal and academic success. “Brian Black and Spirit AeroSystems have been a big supporter of RMRH since our inception and we are tremendously grateful for their generosity,” said board president Sherdeill Breathett.

RMRH Board of Directors Elects New President!

Real Men, Real Heroes, Inc. (RMRH) has elected Sherdeill Breathett, Sr. to serve as Board President. Sherdeill has been a Hero and board member since the organization’s inception in 2008. Sherdeill serves as the economic developer and foreign Trade Zone #161 Administrator for Sedgwick County. Sherdeill has been a leader and active member of the Wichita community for many years. He serves on several boards and has received numerous awards for his service to the Wichita community.

Mentoring Makes A Difference!

Real Men, Real Heroes is a group mentoring organization for boys 4th to 12th grades.
Our mission is to positively impact youth through meaningful interactions with male role models in order to build stronger communities.

Hero Buddy Shannon mentoring a group of 45 boys at Gordon Parks Academy.

Teen Heroes

We are anticipating a great year of mentoring!
Cooper Allison (Southeast)

Emilio Escamilla (North)

Hausten Irving (Northeast)

Natasha Lawrence (Heights)

Jontavia Moore (Heights)

Thomas Schmidt (Northwest)

Shelby Smith (Heights)

Timothy Vogel (Heights)

Christopher Vuong (Southeast)

Alyssa Ward (Southeast)

Teen Hero Program
Real Men, Real Heroes created the Teen Hero program in 2009, responding to a demand for younger role models they encountered during visits to Wichita public schools. Teen Heroes are selected from Wichita's public high schools during the spring of their junior year to serve during their senior year in high school. Teens are chosen based on their personal and academic achievements, but also for their ability to convey a message of inspiration to younger children and teens.

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