In memory of Josh White.
Josh White was a young man who grew up believing his life had no value or purpose.
In 2004, Josh traveled to India with an i58 Projects team to bring relief to a group of orphan children. When Josh arrived at the orphanage, the children treated him like a king. They placed a garland of flowers around his neck and adopted him as their new uncle.
The children especially loved Josh’s tattoos and followed him wherever he went.
For the first time, Josh knew that he was important, not just to himself, but for a group of children that showed him a type of love and gratitude that he had never experienced. Upon his return from India, Josh made a decision to devote his life to providing care for the children he had met. Josh made a home movie of his trip to the orphanage and showed it to everyone he knew to raise money to feed and clothe them.
Josh has passed from this life to the next, but his Dream of Hope for these children lives on in those of us who knew him.
We invite you to share in this dream by becoming a volunteer with The Joshua Tree Project. Please contact us, if you, like Josh, are searching for purpose and meaning in your own life. Perhaps you will find what you are looking for in the eyes of one of these needy children. Spend two weeks in India with us and see for yourself how you can make a difference in a child’s life.
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Please contact Cliff White by eMail at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information regarding relief trips to the orphanages that we support.
Thank you for your support!
Cliff White and The Joshua Tree Family