Spreading joy is our business
Putting smiles on the faces of children is key at Joy In Giving. We believe the children at our orphanages merit every love and opportunity that is due to every child. In fact, we believe they deserve the best.
Who do we support?
JIG Foundation currently supports the Volta Home Orphanage at Ve Deme
We are open to supporting more orphanages in the country as we grow.
We also support some vulnerable and needy children in society.
Enhancing Education @ Volta Home
This project which came off in October 2018, was aimed at improving teaching and learning at the Volta Home Orphanage and surrounding communities.
Our foundation with sponsorship from Partners of the foundation, Coca-Cola Ghana, and Patrick Quainoo Ministries presented fifty dual desks and four whiteboards to the Volta Home Orphanage.
The orphanage provides free education to over seventy children from nursery to Junior High Secondary School. But with little support from the government, the supply of educational materials does not meet the demands of the school.
Currently, the desks and whiteboards have been distributed to classes one, two, and three as well as the Junior High school.
Have and share
This was our first official project organised in partnership with Patrick Quainoo ministries where various items including food and slightly used furniture were donated to three orphanages in Ghana-Volta Home orphanage in the Volta Region, Alpha and Omega orphanage in the Eastern Region, and Osu Children’s Home in Greater Accra Region.
The project tagged “Have and Share” was simply to share what we have with the needy, for sharing is caring.
Visit and Feed
In 2017, the Joy In Giving team was back at the Volta Home orphanage to feed and interact with the kids.
This exercise was to give the children at the orphanage a sense of belonging and to encourage them to go after their aspirations and dreams.
The party associated with this project, attracted children from surrounding communities to the home to be part of the fun.
Various items including food, toys, toiletries, and clothing were presented to the home.
This project was heavily supported by Melcom Group of Companies, Mothers of Africa, Patrick Quainoo Ministries, and some loyal friends of Joyce.