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Students Help Spread 'World Joy'
Layton students and parents raise funds to build school in Ghana
World Joy Making a Difference in Ghanaian Villages
Schools aim to build Ghanaian school
Redefining Rewards: Corporate Service Expeditions. Instead of the usual incentive trip to the Bahamas, Corporate Executive Leadership is finding more value and meaning in international humanitarian service expeditions with organizations like World Joy. This unique type of outreach creates a positive corporate culture, promotes a sense of company pride, and increases morale and loyalty among employees. Become a World Joy Corporate Project Champion, leave the bathing suit behind, and join us in Ghana for a reward worth talking about!
The BYU College of Nursing recently produced "The Healers Art" to commemorate their 60th Anniversary Celebration. Faculty Advisor, Karen de la Cruz, shares a profound story of Respect that occured while serving in World Joy's villages.
The Fairfield Jr. High Champions engage audiences in musical theater and humanitarian work to great success!
News Release from World Joy's corporate sponsor, Viridian Energy http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20120306006645/en/Viridian-Energy-...
World Joy's Executive Director, Regina Klitgaard,
Spreads Joy Throughout The World
World Joy has partnered with Viridian Energy and Empower Playgrounds to provide even more sustainability projects within our villages. Check out this video to see how, with the coming together of multiple entities, we will continue to make a difference in 2012!
Maddison Nielsen, a World Joy youth-volunteer, recently returned from a humanitarian trip to our villages in Ghana and wrote a poignant article for the Standard Examiner—Growing Up While On Vacation
Stephanie Feller Marchant, World Joy Education Chair, and her teacher-colleagues are feeding our villagers with knowledge, One Village At a Time—Teaching Teachers Has Impact
This recent article focuses on World Joy’s Health Initiative—World Joy Trying to Create a Healthier Village
An Eagle Scout project services the villages of World Joy—Scout Collects Glasses for Africa
Wed, 08/30/ 2006
John and Wendy Hyde, World Joy supporters, impact the village of Asunafo—Joy in Ghana as North Salt Lake Family Rebuilds School
World Joy institutes “Extreme Makeover: Hut Edition” in Ghana—Joy to the World