JHF Stories of Change
What an incredible year it has been serving families in need and helping our Youth with Leadership responsibilities with our Junior Advisory Board! We have so many individuals and organizations to thank and acknowledge who have provided food, personal items, donations, and distribution locations, as well as our wonderful volunteers. We are also grateful to
Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of interviewing Charlotte and Julia Krass, two Junior Advisory Board members for the Joshua’s Heart Foundation Miami chapter. Since they joined nine years ago, JHF has had a large influence on their lives, as the organization has given them the opportunity to positively impact those in their community.
By: Krystal Tome With the pandemic, summer break was hard to endure. In many places, pools were closed, playgrounds were closed, and internships got canceled. In addition to this, Americans were/are facing death, unemployment, food insecurity, and social unrest. Children, teenagers, and adults feel/felt puzzled alike. Back in March, with an urge to help essential
By Tobi Ash COVID-19 has changed all of our lives. There is hardly anyone who has not been deeply affected. There have been dramatic changes in employment, transportation, shopping, education, and healthcare. As of this writing, more than 3 millions individuals have tested positive for the disease and more than 133,000 people have died of
On Sunday, May 3rd, 2020, due to Covid-19, Joshua’s Heart Foundation hosted their first-ever virtual End of Year Awards Ceremony. This was the first time the ceremony celebrated both High School JAB member graduates and former JAB members graduating from college. JAB members accomplished so much during the 2019/2020 year. Every JAB member contributed to
MIAMI, FL / ACCESSWIRE / May 20, 2020 / Every year graduating students work hard to complete senior year requirements which culminates with a well anticipated pomp and circumstance for graduation. Accomplishments are shared with family, friends and fellow graduates who gather at a well-attended and celebrated graduation ceremony showered with love, endless photo opportunities and
For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Maria Olloqui, and I’m a current sophomore at New York University. I am pursuing a double major in Journalism and Language and Mind (a fancy name for an integrated degree in Psychology, Linguistics, and Philosophy), as well as a minor in the Chinese language.
We are currently living through a historic event in world history that future generations will remember. The COVID-19 disease is the first major pandemic of the 21st century, and due to a combination of our reluctance to address a looming threat and our overconfidence in modern medicine, the coronavirus has swept through nearly every nation
I am the Director of Social Media for Joshua’s Heart Foundation. I began volunteering with this organization in my freshman year of high school and I can say that it has given me many opportunities and opened my eyes to the world. As the Director of Social Media, I was able to connect with Florence
Krystal has been a lover of the arts ever since she could walk. She has been trained in dance, voice, and acting. Dance has always been a part of her life in many forms such as Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary, Tap, and Musical Theatre dance. Recently, she has started singing as well as acting. Krystal has
Written by Sean Kim 3/10/2020 First and foremost, I would like to thank U.S. Representative Lois Frankel for taking time out of her day to listen to us and Mrs. Florence French for organizing such a fantastic meeting. Additionally, I would like to thank Joshua’s Heart Foundation for providing me with this unique opportunity
We are about to leave on an leadership adventure to RYLA.