JHF Stories of Change
Fourth grade students at St. Thomas Episcopal Parish School began their year by reading a short story in their reading books about children being entrepreneurs and starting businesses. This began a discussion about how “kids in business” can and do make a difference in their communities and how they can reach out and help those
By: Jason Fine, Principal at Jones Middle School “Alone we can do so much, but together we can move mountains.” This powerful statement and message of service was delivered from 13-year old Joshua Williams to over 700 middle school students at Jones Middle School in September. In education we oftentimes stress to our students the power of one
My name is Jordan Wong and I am a Joshua’s Heart Junior Advisory Board Member and an incoming 10th grader at Ransom Everglades School. I joined Joshua’s Heart last year, and it has changed my life so much. When I first joined, I didn’t know what I was getting into – I did it mostly
By: Chaz – 6th Grader & JHF Junior Advisory Board Member I was fortunate to attend a National Youth Summit regarding the War on Poverty hosted nationally by theNational Museum of American History – Smithsonian Institution & regionally by History Miami on April 28th 2015 in Miami, Florida. The speakers were: Dr. Shed Boren, CEO of Camillus House Paco Velez, Executive Director, Feeding South
By: Amanda Welcome, fellow Internet users of the world! My name is Amanda, I am 15 years old, and this is my new Broadway blog, a place where I will regularly share with the world my appreciation of the Arts! Every month I will dedicate an entire post to a Broadway show that has stolen
By: April Hi! My name is April, I am fourteen years old soon to be fifteen, and this is going to be my blog about community service. Every month I am going to post once or twice talking about my community service experience. This post is long delayed, but finally going to be posted so
From Obama White House Archives: For the Win is a guest blog series featuring the remarkable initiatives that young Americans are advancing to win the future for their communities.