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Meet The 13-Year-Old Who Started His Charity At Age 5

05.09.15 | Posted in News | 0 Comment

BFTV Video Interview: Joshua Williams

05.09.15 | Posted in News | 0 Comment

2013 National Honoree spotlight: Joshua Williams

05.02.15 | Posted in News | 0 Comment

8 Questions With Joshua Williams, a Jamaican-American Teen founder of Joshua’s Heart Foundation

Written by Xavier Murphy   Joshua’s Heart Foundation was founded in 2005 in Miami, Florida and is dedicated to the fight against global hunger and poverty. Joshua’s Heart Foundation was founded by Jamaican-American , Joshua Williams, who discovered his passion for philanthropy

04.30.15 | Posted in News | 0 Comment

Miami Beach teen recognized for years of philanthropy

By Joey Flechas – jflechas@MiamiHerald.com Joshua Williams leaned over his half-eaten cheeseburger to explain what it’s like to be a teenager with 10 years of experience running a nonprofit to feed the hungry. “I’ve learned so much,” he said, his eyes

04.30.15 | Posted in News | 0 Comment

4MKTV In The NeighborGOOD with Joshua from Joshua’s Heart

04.29.15 | Posted in News | 0 Comment

Briefs: Miami Beach youth receives award

    By Staff reportsTribune News Service A Miami-grown hero Before he turned 5, Joshua Williams started working to change the world by feeding the hungry. He then founded Joshua’s Heart Foundation to collect donations and “stomp out world hunger.”

04.29.15 | Posted in News | 0 Comment

Social Entrepreneurship: 7 Ways to Empower Student Changemakers

Tired of disheartened girls thinking they didn’t match up to the divas on teen beauty magazines, Grace Miner started Real Girls Matter. The group has astate-wide conference in Rhode Island next year. When six-year-old Joshua Williams wanted to give ten

04.23.15 | Posted in News | 0 Comment

2015 generationOn Block Party in Los Angeles

04.23.15 | Posted in News | 0 Comment

Make A Difference Day Awards: Miami teen tackles hunger

This is part of a series about Make A Difference Day award winners. Organizers of winning projects receive $10,000 grants to further their charitable work. USA TODAY will host an awards event inWashington, D.C., on May 6. Only a high

04.23.15 | Posted in News | 0 Comment

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