TREE OF LIFE

JUSTIN CARR WANTS WORLD PEACE (JCWWP) YEAR END 2021

www.JustinCarrWantsWorldPeace.org

JUSTIN CREATED THIS ART WHEN HE WAS 10 YRS. OLD. LOOK AT ALL THE BUTTERFLIES

JUSTIN CARR was a young Renaissance man who loved the visual and performing arts. He was 4 years old when he started his quest to achieve World Peace. On 2/22/2013, at the age of 16, Justin died suddenly during swim practice at his school. He had an undiagnosed heart condition (cardiomyopathy), which resulted in his Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA). SCA is the #1 Killer of student-athletes, contributes to the #2 Medical cause of death of individuals under the age of 25, and is the #1 cause of death on school campuses. JCWWP is a 501(c) 3 created in Justin’s honor and memory and his desire for World Peace. Our mission is to promote and support World Peace through education, mentorship, scholarship, heart screenings, and heart health awareness. 

Through the art he left behind, Justin continues to show us the power of the birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees and the butterflies flying above, and a thing called love. There are many different meanings for the Tree of Life. Justin created this fabulous World Tree watercolor image gracing this cover when he was 10 years old. The colors merge and are diverse, rich, and vibrant. It clearly shows that various species can co-mingle and live together in peace. 

Justin’s parents Susan & Darrell planted the seeds in him and allowed him to grow—which is what JCWWP continues to do even in times of uncertainty in our world. As the remnants of 2020 continued to reveal themselves in 2021, JCWWP stood tall like a tree with growth, strength, and community connections.

JCWWP 2021 Accomplishments:

•           Presented webinar to the National Football League (NFL) on how to be game-changers and influence the need for heart screenings, CPR & AED training for professional, collegiate, high school, and youth sports to help prevent SCA. 

Co-Presented with EP Save a Life Foundation

•           Talked at Educational, Heart Health & Peace Conferences

•           Awarded multiple scholarships to students in 7th-12th grade

•           Mentored students and young professionals

•           Hosted a Good Grief Program for bereaved parents

•           Sponsored Art Competition for Elementary & Middle Schools 

•           Donated AED’s to lacking facilities

Through the art he left behind, Justin continues to show us the power of the birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees and the butterflies flying above, and a thing called love. There are many different meanings for the Tree of Life. Justin created this fabulous World Tree watercolor image gracing this cover when he was 10 years old. The colors merge and are diverse, rich, and vibrant. It clearly shows that various species can co-mingle and live together in peace. 

From Parent Heart Watch www.ParentHeartWatch.org

WHAT’S NEXT IN 2022?

Updated www.JustinCarrWantsWorldPeace.org website 

JCWWP Annual Event date TBD

In-person Heart Screenings and Art Programs dates TBD

Like trees, we all have our unique roots, we come in different shapes, colors, and textures, and we all need essential things to grow and thrive. The World Tree is foundational to supporting all life. It shows us the power of our interconnectivity with everything around us and that we can co-exist peacefully. A broken tree bears exceptional fruit; we are all the same branch reaching towards the sun.

SECURE WAYS to DONATE (100% Tax-Deductible)

WEBSITE: https://www.justincarrwantsworldpeace.org

CHECK: JCWWP 80 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. #333 

   Sierra Madre, CA.  91024                                                      

TEXT: JC4WP to 44-321                                                                                                             

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Justin swimming his favorite butterfly stroke in a meet

FIRST PLACE WINNER

2 thoughts on “TREE OF LIFE”

  1. Wow; just extraordinary all the work this organization is doing on behalf of your gifted angel…..
    Thankful for it all…. love Justin’s art, heart, peace…. What a young sage; gone too soon; eternally loved…..forever and ever

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