Peter Simmon's great aunt Betty Huppert was an ardent fan of Mary Pickford. She admired Ms. Pickford's work on behalf of children. Wtih this inpiration in mind, Mr. Simmons is teaching film and STEM to children throughout the United States and around the world.
Mary Pickford inspired the family of Mr. Simmons to help children with disabilities. Mr. Simmons is producing a program to help inspire the children of the world to save endanered species, create a greener planet and work for peace and social justice.
Simmons Galleria Studios is launching a fundraising campaign to operate the Film TV program and Mr. Simmons After School Adventure. Other programs for children will be added as funding permits.
Ms. Betty Huppert in the early 1900's acquired a tea set owned by Mary Pickford and sold at a charity event in Berverly Hills, Ca. Mr. Simmons is donating this original tea set to the organization that is able to raise one hundred and fifty thousand dollars for the Film and TV programs.
Mr. Simmons is donating a tea set that belonged to Mary Pickford to the winner of the fundraising campaign for the TV , Film, STEM school and programs.
A donation of any size will help an aspiring young filmmaker, actor or scientist get the inspiration and education they need.