Mission Statement: The Robert Lee Rush Foundation (RLRF) provides direction, provision, and training to at-risk young adults—enhancing, enriching, and empowering the next generation through the generosity and support of donors.

“Mr. Rush was a relentless learner and a wonderful mentor. He had a heart of gold and was always giving and helping others who were less fortunate or merely needing some direction or empowerment. His legacy and love are a blessing that I would like to pass on to help others in need.” – Sheila Thompson, Founder and President of Robert Lee Rush Foundation


Enrich, Empower, Create

One Week Acting and Filmmaking Program

A Faith Based Creative Program Located in Monrovia California

The One Week Acting and Film Making Program is an intensive one week program designed to give the beginning and intermediate student an understanding and knowledge of what the acting and film industry is, what is expected of each person; whether they want to be in front or behind the camera, teach each student how to work together, and most importantly how to be bold and utilize their faith in telling stories and being an example as they pursue a career in the entertainment industry.

Each student will participate in creating a short film. The students will be separated into small groups to create and write a short script. Each student participate in shooting their short films. At the end of the One Week Acting and Film Making Program there will be a red carpet screening of each short for invited family and friends.

The maximum number of students will be 10.

For more information visit our Acting and Film Making Program in Monrovia California visit our page now!

Current Project – Father’s Day **Official Announcement**

Official Selection Zamoxis Film Festival 2016We are extremely proud to announce our documentary project Father’s Day has been officially accepted into the 2016 Zamoxis Film Festival as a 12 minute short

Father’s Day Official Trailer

For FATHER’S DAY it is our ambition to create an arena for fathers to tell their side of the story and a forum for children to hear those stories.  It is our intention to foster communication, forgiveness and healing; not only for young adults, but especially for fathers and their children.

If you would like to tell your story contact us info@rlrf.org

For more information about Father’s Day click here