A company called Music Changing Lives, run by a Josiah Bruny in Moreno Valley, California, purportedly aims to help low-income youth in underserved communities through educating 'at-risk', drugs-and-violence kids (i.e., possibly from crime scenes) in music production.
According to their website:
MCL began in 1998 when CEO and Founder, Josiah Bruny, created a studio in his own home in Moreno Valley, CA where he could teach young musicians how to record and own the copyright for their own music. After working for some of the greatest stars in the music industry like Master P, Ice Cube and learning the “ins and outs” of the business.
Bruny was determined to open the way for the independent artists within our communities. He taught youth who were at-risk of dropping out of school, gang violence, drugs, and crime how to record and copyright their own music, and offered those students pathways to entrepreneurial success.
Music Changing Lives won the George H. W. Bush Daily Points of Light award in 2012. They also either ran or are still running orphanages in Haiti and have been promoted by the White House in that capacity.
Here is a tweet by a man named Jeff Horseman that links Bruny to Hillary Clinton:
Just spoke with Josiah Bruny, one of the people who will meet with @HillaryClinton in Perris tonight.
Apparently, Ricky Dearman, the father who was accused in the Hampstead alleged satanic abuse controversy, has worked for Bruny making promotional videos for his Haiti orphanage enterprises.
UPDATE: ADDED INFO
Ricky Dearman has been involved in the powerful Ching Hai Supreme Master extreme criminal religious cult, of which he is a member, as both otherwise known and as indicated by himself on his Youtube actor's portfolio as regards his work as an anchor on their TV station.
Over the years, the Ching Hai sect has funnelled heaps of money into 'charitable aid' and other programmes in times of catastrophe, such as in the aftermaths of tsunamis and earthquakes.
In that respect it has provided monetary contributions as well as field workers to orphanages in Haiti.
In what became the Whitewater scandal, Ching Hai donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to President Clinton's legal defence fund.
Obviously there remains a lot to investigate.
The below link is to an interesting video that details some of the cult's activities.