“Joycome” to our foundation

You are here! You made no mistake at all. You are here because you either love charity, love to give, want to know more about giving, or perhaps want to learn all about this foundation. Whatever your reason may be, you chose to be here.

This is the blogging page of the Joy In Giving Foundation. On behalf of the team, I say “joycome” to our website in general and this blogging page. We hope to serve you interesting stories on what we do and more.

It has been a busy yet relaxing year for the Joy In Giving Team. Yes! We all made time in the face of busy schedules at our various workplaces and even homes, to also make sure that our project for 2018 is implemented. 90% of the work was done through communication on the phone. Thanks to today’s technology. And now I can gladly report that we have presented fifty dual desks and four whiteboards to the Volta Home orphanage at Ve-Deme in the Afadjato district of the Volta Region. Did you miss any of the stories carried online or broadcast on TV? I will post some links at the end of this article just for you.

It was our second official trip from Accra to the Volta Region. For some of the volunteers, however, it was their first time visiting the Volta Region and they looked forward to the trip with so much joy. They will share their experiences with you later.

The Volta Region of Ghana is famous for political reasons. It has been tagged the “World Bank” of one of the big political parties but this is not my focus as I welcome you here.
So back to our trip, I’m sure you must be wondering why we traveled more than four hours from Accra to Volta Region and why that orphanage in particular. The truth is, you are not alone. Many people have asked me the same question several times and even suggested orphanages in Accra and other regions to me.

Well, let me give you the answer in our subsequent posts. Just make sure you frequent this page for all the gist. For now, we only want to “joycome” you and this special welcome is also straight from our hearts