Sheltering Arms Documentary to Air in Richmond in September

Richmond TV viewers will have the opportunity to see the stories of a few of the wonderful people who have been helped by Sheltering Arms in the last 120 years, in an upcoming television documentary.  The 30-minute documentary, created by Emmy-award winning local filmmaker Eric Futterman, will air in September on three local Richmond TV affiliates. It follows three Sheltering Arms patients, David Thomas, Jamaal Williams, and Dorothy “Dot” Hughes, as their rehabilitation team helped them learn the power to overcome disability.

Here’s the schedule, and a look at a promo for the program. Set your DVR if you won’t be home on these evenings!

  • Tuesday, 9/8 at 9:00 p.m. on WRIC, Channel 8
  • Saturday, 9/12 at 7:00 p.m. on WWBT, Channel 12
  • Saturday, 9/19 at 7:30 p.m. on WTVR, Channel 6
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One response to “Sheltering Arms Documentary to Air in Richmond in September

  1. Pingback: More on this month’s TV documentary from Sheltering Arms | Sheltering Arms Blog

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