Joshua Williams founder of Joshua's Heart Foundation to receive Sustainatopia 2012 award Monday, April 23, 2012.

Top Quote Sustainatopia 2012 will honor Joshua, an effervescent 11 year old philanthropist, for his fine work and efforts to increase awareness and to educate other children about our worldwide hunger crisis. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) April 22, 2012 - Miami Beach, FL - Sustainatopia 2012 is the one of the world's largest sustainability events. It includes over 50 individual events in film, art, music, eco-fashion, food and design; in addition, it also includes two of the largest impact investment conferences in the world, including the largest economic development conference in the world for Haiti. The 2012 event is expected to draw over 15,000 people to Miami for the conference, along with media partners MTV, Discovery Channel and Univision.

    Joshua Williams will be presented with the Visionaries' Award for his hard work along with fellow honorees, Anke Domaske of Qmilch & Jacque Fresco of The Venus Project. Past honorees include actress Patricia Arquette, fashion designer Donna Karan and musician Tico Torres of the band Bon Jovi.

    The award ceremony will take place during the Sustainatopia Honors 2012 conference, on Monday April 23rd, 2012 at the Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater, located at 1700 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139, phone:(305) 673-7300 . In attendance will be more than 1,000 leaders from around the world, including significant global media representation. For more information visit

    "We are very excited to receive the Visionaries' Award, and I am thankful to my community for supporting Joshua's Heart Foundation's efforts to break the cycle of poverty" said Joshua Williams, the young man who at 5 years old made a wish to feed the hungry.

    About Joshua's Heart Foundation
    Joshua's Heart Foundation's food recovery and distribution programs provide commodity foods to low-income children, youth, seniors and families residing in South Florida and Jamaica West Indies at community-based sites and schools. JHF has created the following programs to facilitate their cause: the Backpack Distribution Program, the Gardening program, and the Chapter affiliation program. These programs are designed to address the issue of stomping out childhood hunger by leaving no student hungry and to educate other children and youth on how to take action against hunger. For more information visit

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