Pass It On®

About Joshua's Heart

Inspiring, motivating, incredible. This begins to describe Joshua Williams, a young man with a quest to make a difference in the lives of people on the streets of Miami. He and his team have now fed over 300 thousand people.

But food is not the only thing those people in need have received. They also have hope. Joshua has enlisted 12 thousand volunteers—all young people, some of them 12 years old, who have found, in an unexpected way, purpose and meaning through service.

Enjoy our new PSA and discover that “love” is in you.

Want to see more? Check out the additional videos featuring Joshua below:

Video Transcript

VOICEOVER (Joshua Williams)

When you think of Miami, you think of, you know: rich, glamor...
but five miles away from the beach there's people who've never seen the beach.
I was confused why somebody was is in this situation especially in America.
So when I started Joshua's Heart Foundation, it was a key thing to be able to engage youth in the foundation—to help them participate.
I think passing on the torch and lighting a new flame in another person to do good is probably the point of the bigger mission that I have.
So we are each making a bigger difference.

That's it... just giving back and producing love for everybody.


Is LOVE in you?
Saw a homeless man at 4.
Joshua Williams
Started a nonprofit at 5.
Leads 12,000 youth volunteers.
Joshua Williams has fed 300,000 people.
So Far.
LOVE is in you.

Love. Pass It On!


nice thing to do i would love to do that

Anonymous DECEMBER 5, 2017
I agree, it needs to spread just like people need to stop cutting down so many trees.

Anonymous DECEMBER 5, 2017
That is awesome and is a great way to make people's days.

Erik Eatraxx from Sweden/Spain NOVEMBER 25, 2017
Fantastic video and message. This organization is way too invisible. Will spread the message/s. Thanks.

Billi Jo from South Carolina NOVEMBER 6, 2017
Love, love, love this! It fills my heart with joy to watch and brought tears to my eyes. We need more of this today. How can I help?