The team at Joy Organics is hosting an event on Friday, February 15th that will offer customers our biggest discounts of the year, and with every purchase, we will provide a displaced child with breakfast and lunch for an entire month.
The passion to serve both local and global communities is the driving force behind everything our founder Joy Smith does. She has a platform and she is determined to use it to better as many lives as possible. Before Joy started Joy Organics, she spent time raising awareness and funds for children in Ugandan refugee camps. These camps were established due to the South Sudanese conflict, which displaced nearly 5 million people. They were meant to be temporary. However, as the conflict continues these encampments are beginning to feel permanent for the thousands of men, women and children caught in the net of war.
“To say this is a heartbreaking situation doesn’t begin to speak to the reality of these innocent people,” says Joy. When she visited Hope Primary School and learned that many displaced children were going without food, it had a profound impact on her as a mother and a grandmother. “These children are the future of their country. They are the leaders who will help South Sudan recover. But without proper nutrition, their growth and development will be impeded and so will their country’s.”
In honor of her birthday, Joy’s children dubbed February 15th “Joy Day.” On Joy Day, every purchase of a Joy Organics product will provide a displaced child at Hope Primary School with breakfast and lunch on school days for an entire month. Simultaneously, we will offer our products at the highest discount we can — all in an effort to get our CBD into as many hands as possible.
“We hope to make this an annual event,” said Joy. In 2019, our goal at Joy Organics is to improve the lives of 1 million people in the U.S. through our CBD products. The significant discount that we are offering, both in-store and online, will be a major leap toward that goal. “We also hope that, with this promotion and the compassion of our customers, we will be able to improve the lives of many more across the world.”