At the tender age of five, Joshua Williams was exposed to poverty for the first time. He just watched a video that moved him to help.
At the tender age of five, Joshua Williams was exposed to poverty for the first time. He wasn’t on the streets; he didn’t have family foreclosed on. He just watched a video. That documentary was produced by Feed the Children, and immediately he was moved to help. His parents nurtured this activism, and now Joshua is the eleven-year-old president of Joshua’s Heart Foundation, shipping of 400,000 pounds of food to the needy over the last five years. Awesome stuff.
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