Small philanthropist doing big things stops in Okla.

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He's a small philanthropist doing some very big things.

Joshua Williams, 11, started a charity when he was just 5 years old after he was overwhelmed by the plight of a homeless person.

After that incident, he saw a program on TV from "Feed the Children."

With the help of his mother, he started "Joshua's Heart" in Miami, Florida, and has already distributed over 400,000 pounds of food to the needy.

While Joshua was in Oklahoma encouraging students to get involved, he stopped by our studio to talk about how he does it and how you can get involved.

He is the youngest person ever to receive the White House’s “Champions of Change” award.

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