The Louis DeJoy & Aldona Z. Wos Family Foundation supports a diverse number of projects and organizations that enhance the physical, economic and social elements of communities.

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Louis DeJoy and Aldona Wos Family Foundation is a sponsor of the Wyndham Championship

Wyndham Championship

The Louis DeJoy & Aldona Z. Wos Family Foundation Wednesday Pro-Am

The DEJOY\WOS Family Foundation is a sponsor of the PGA’s Wyndham Championship. Funds raised through the tournament supported a wide range of youth-oriented causes in the Triad, including Birdies Fore Backpacks, The First Tee of the Triad, Victory Junction, Make-A-Wish, the AJGA, and the Crosby Scholars Community Partnership. The Wyndham Championship, founded in 1938 as the Greater Greensboro Open, is played annually in Greensboro, NC.

The family’s support of the Wyndham Championship began in 2008 when Louis DeJoy was Chairman and CEO of New Breed Logistics, and the family foundation has continued that support since 2015.

Louis DeJoy has been a member of the Board of Trustees for the PGA Wyndham Championship since 2011, and was the Honorary Chairman of the 72nd annual Wyndham Championship.

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 Louis DeJoy and Aldona Wos Family Foundation sponsors the Winston-Salem Open

Winston-Salem Open

The DEJOY\WOS Family Foundation is a sponsor of the Winston-Salem Open, a men’s professional tennis tournament played on the ATP Tour at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The family has supported the Winston-Salem Open since its debut in 2011 when Louis DeJoy was Chairman and CEO of New Breed Logistics, and the family foundation has continued that support since 2015.

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Louis DeJoy and Aldona Wos Family Foundation supports the Greensboro Science Center

Greensboro Science Center – Greensboro, NC

The DEJOY\WOS Family Foundation supports the Greensboro Science Center, a science museum and zoological park established in 1957 and located in Greensboro, North Carolina. It has been accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums since 2008, and is a member of the American Alliance of Museums.

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Louis DeJoy and Aldona Wos Family Foundation is a sponsor of the Greensboro Oyster Roast for Family Service of The Piedmont

Family Service of the Piedmont

The DEJOY\WOS Family Foundation is a sponsor of the Greensboro Oyster Roast, the primary annual fundraising event for Family Service of the Piedmont. The organization is the largest private nonprofit agency of its kind in Guilford County, NC, empowering individuals and families in crisis through quality support services, advocacy and education. For 2018, the family foundation is a diamond sponsor of the event.

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Louis DeJoy and Aldona Wos Family Foundation supports the United Way of Greater GreensboroLouis DeJoy and Aldona Wos Family Foundation supports the United Way of Greater Greensboro

United Way of
Greater Greensboro and
Greater High Point

The DEJOY\WOS Family Foundation has long supported the outstanding efforts of both the Greensboro and High Point United Way. The organization’s primary focus is reducing poverty by leading long-term solutions that meet the unique needs of the people in the community who struggle to obtain basic needs through community impact programs that promote and improve education, financial stability, and health.

Both Louis DeJoy and Aldona Wos are Alexis de Tocqueville Society members in Greensboro and High Point, and Aldona Wos is also a member of the Tocqueville Women’s Leadership.

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Family Success Center

The DEJOY\WOS Family Foundation supports the Family Success Center initiative of the United Way of Greater Greensboro (UWGG).

In March 2015, United Way of Greater Greensboro (UWGG) launched the pilot of the first Family Success Center with Guilford Child Development (GCD) as the lead partner. GCD serves as the trusted leader and provider of Head Start and Early Head Start services for 1,200 children and their families living in poverty across Guilford County. Twenty percent of adults and over twenty-five percent of children in Greensboro live in poverty, while the national average is 15.5%.

The Family Success Center was established on a foundation of national best practices. The program uses the Integrated Service Delivery (ISD) approach to meet the complex needs of families challenged by poverty.

The inaugural Family Success Center served 104 families through partnerships with 28 organizations providing comprehensive services at a single location. Family Success Center members demonstrated higher rates of growth on 26 of 29 indicators of self-sufficiency and stability as compared to a demographically similar comparison group.

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Junior Achievement of the Triad

Junior Achievement of the Triad provides students with experiences that promote the skills, understanding, and perspectives needed to succeed in a global economy and to become productive contributing members of society – a mission shared by the DEJOY\WOS Family Foundation.

Junior Achievement facilitates partnerships between schools, investors and volunteers to inspire and prepare K-12 students for economic success by providing programs in the core content areas of financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship.

Junior Achievement of the Triad reaches more than 18,000 students per year and partners with businesses, educators, and policymakers around the Piedmont Triad of North Carolina seeking to expand workforce development and economic development.

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Louis DeJoy and Aldona Wos Family Foundation supports Junior Achievement of Central Carolinas

 

Junior Achievement of Central Carolinas

The DEJOY\WOS Family Foundation is proud to support the Junior Achievement of Central Carolinas (JACC) BUILD ON OPPORTUNITY Capital Campaign to develop a new headquarters and Capstone facility.

Junior Achievement of Central Carolinas (JACC) is a Charlotte-Metro region organization that focuses on creating, improving, and sustaining financial literacy, workforce readiness, and entrepreneurship skills in local youth through classroom and experiential programming and blended learning initiatives. JACC offers 60 years of local experience training youth and providing direct connections between the education and business communities, engaging over 4,000 volunteers to reach nearly 45,000 students annually – shaping the future of local students and the community.

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