Last updated on March 16th, 2021
“My name is Josh. I am seventeen years old.
I am a photographer and I have a dream.
Recently I was invited to Kenya by WE.org …
To experience first-hand the work that they are doing.
This was a life-changing event for me. It made me question things.
It made me think about my values.
Here is my photo journal, a diary of the images I captured and what those images taught me.
My dream is to return to Africa to help carry on the awesome work that is being done by WE.org.”
What I learned from the land of Africa
The Africans I met and the hardships they often face
The people I met were incredible…
Join me to be the change…
While I was in the Masai Mara I saw first hand a very urgent issue that touched me in a profound way. I experienced the amazing children of Kenya with their endless dreams and the endless possibilities that come with them. Dreams like becoming lawyers, pilots, journalists, and doctors. These dreams come to life when education is made possible.
Unfortunately, in Africa, that is often easier said than done, but, nonetheless, it needs to be done no matter how hard it may be.
I am ready to work for it.
If these kids can fight for the dream of becoming successful and bringing pride to their communities, then I can fight for the tools to make that a possibility.
Will you join me?
Help me to raise funds with WE.org to build a school in Kenya and send hundreds of kids to school, changing lives, and making life long dreams a reality.
Your contributions of any amount will help me to reach that goal.
Thank you very much.