The DEJOY\WOS Family Foundation is proud to provide funding to the Patriot Foundation, which focuses primarily on helping the children and spouses of servicemen and women that have been killed, wounded, and injured in the Global War on Terrorism. Supporting the Patriot Foundation has a high positive impact on family morale.
The DEJOY\WOS Family Foundation has once again sponsored the Wyndham Championship’s Wednesday Pro-Am, marking the family’s tenth year of sponsoring the event. DeJoy began sponsoring the Wednesday Pro-Am in 2008 when he was Chairman and CEO of New Breed Logistics, and in 2015 continued the sponsorship through the family foundation.
This November, we will gather to honor the memory of the more than 100 million victims of communism, to celebrate liberty where it has triumphed, and to further our pursuit of a world free from communism.
Thanks to a $1 million grant from the DEJOY\WOS Family Foundation, The Institute of World Politics has established The Louis DeJoy and Aldona Z. Woś Family Foundation Scholarship.
North Carolina business leader Louis DeJoy and his wife Aldona Wos are providing over $50,000 in scholarship funding to enable college students in North Carolina to attend summer academic internship programs organized by The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) and held in Washington, D.C. The students will intern with government agencies, media outlets, businesses and nonprofit organizations, while attending classes accredited by George Mason University.
The DEJOY\WOS Family Foundation has made a generous scholarship gift that will support the growing School of Business at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke.
Eight North Carolina students studying this summer at the Eastern Music Festival will receive scholarships from the DEJOY\WOS Family Foundation.
St. Pius X School celebrated the dedication of the new DeJoy Primary Education Center Sept. 13. Clergy, teachers, benefactors and parishioners gathered for a dedication, blessing and tour of their new state-of-the-art early education building that will house a new pre-kindergarten program, as well as St. Pius’ existing kindergarten and first-grade classrooms.