Our new website is live, if you haven't seen it we would love for you to go take a look🎉🎉

Check out our pages on our mission, core values, ways to volunteer, upcoming events, ways to support JHF, about us, accolades, and so much more!
Did you know when you shop on Amazon a part of your purchase could go to JHF? Go to AmazonSmile and check out there and Amazon will make a donation to Joshua's Heart Foundation. Thank you, we appreciate your support.
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When you purchase your holiday flowers from Luz Flora, they donate 5% of their sales to Joshua's Heart Foundation. They also have nationwide free shipping!

Click here to purchase your flowers for the holidays!
You Can Help Make a Difference
If you have not yet done so, please take 2 minutes out of your day to complete a review both on Google and Great Non-Profits for JHF.
These reviews help us make a difference.

Check out our New Videos
On October 21, 2021 our founder, Joshua Willams had the pleasure of being a part of a conversation with the White House and several universities on the building back better plan. Thank you, Bread for the World for organizing and moderating this event! Click the video for a brief recap of the event.
On November 21st, American Heritage Broward School hosted a Thanksgiving Food Drive benefiting JHF and Jewish Community Services of South Florida (JCS). The community of their school came together to donate bags of food. JCS and JHF was given over 1000 bags and over $18,000 in Publix gift cards. We are so appreciative and grateful for American Heritage Schools, Broward Campus, Thank you.
JHF Still Needs Funds for our Broken AC Unit
Help! Our air conditioning unit in the building we rent for the Joshua’s Heart Food Pantry has quit working and, while we are grateful for the years of service we had, the reality is, we need a new AC unit and the cost is estimated to be around $8,000. We eventually want to own our own building, but in the meantime, replacing the AC unit appears to be our only option. 

We need air conditioning in the pantry building to help regulate the temperature of the nonperishable foods and other items, and to make the pantry’s internal temperature bearable for our volunteers. But we can’t do that without your help. 

If you were planning to donate to Joshua’s Heart Foundation this holiday season, might you consider contributing to this important cause right now? We would sure appreciate any help you can give. With your help, we can continue our mission to inspire and empower youth to tackle global issues and change the world through kindness, teamwork, and determination.
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Newsletter Editor- Sophia Costa-Martinez