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Volunteer Spotlight - Gina and John Bernard

Gina and John (R&L), pictured here with Guy Jones, have volunteered with Jarrett's Joy Cart since 2018. They bring so much fun to the Pre-COVID-19 Joy ... See more

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Volunteer Extraordinaire Spotlight - Guy Jones

Guy Jones has been involved with Jarrett’s Joy Cart almost since the very beginning, 21 years ago. He saw Jarrett on a national show and knew he had ... See more

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Volunteer Spotlight - The Mynear's
Jennifer, Doug and Claire Mynear (Jarrett's family) work with a dedicated team of volunteers and Board of Directors to keep Jarrett's Joy Cart going.

Jennifer ... See more

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“Hi, just wanted to share my 12 year old daughter has started her own bracelet business to raise $ for your organization. We lost a dear friend recently and wanted to spread joy in his ... See more

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Why is Jarrett's Joy Cart important? Here's a perfect example from a thankful parent. Little Everett is a Super Hero! His dad writes, "Hi! I want to thank you so much for all you do. My son recently ... See more

2 months ago
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Do Your Part...Wear a Mask! Jarrett's sister, Claire, models one of the masks she wears to protect herself and others to stop the spread. Jarrett's Joy Cart purchased surgical grade masks for ... See more

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Today, our founder & our inspiration, Jarett Mynear, would have celebrated his 31st birthday. Those who continue the efforts of Jarrett's Joy Cart do so with the focus of positively impacting as many ... See more

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THE BOY WHO DELIVERED JOY

An updated version of Marvin Bartlett’s bo contains all of the original material, but also tells about Jarrett’s last wishes, his remarkable funeral, and how pediatric cancer care has improved at the University of Kentucky, largely because of donations in Jarrett’s memory.