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Build Joy – Taylor Morrison


December 18, 2018 • Admin

 

Taylor Morrison
Build Joy. If we gave you $1,000 to #BuildJoy in your Community, how would you spend it?
That was the question posed to Taylor Morrison team members just a few weeks ago. Fast-forward to present day, and Taylor Morrison has backed 10 incredible ideas and causes—all hand selected by our team members—with the funds needed to bring them to life.
A dream room makeover for a teenager fighting cancer
Care packages for veterans spending the holidays in a VA hospital
A bistro-inspired teachers’ lounge for hardworking elementary school staff
Follow our Joy Builders’ stories on Taylor Morrison’s social media pages, or click to start watching below.
See all the ways the Taylor Morrison team created joyful moments across the country in our video series featuring all 10 acts of kindness.
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Don’t forget to check back next week for Part Two!
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