Joy Freeman lives in Newport Beach with her husband Jack Kayajanian. She works locally as a dental hygienist. She says, ” I feel fortunate being involved with TIAS ARMS. The generosity and willingness of spirit shown by both the volunteers and patrons to help the children affected by HIV/AIDS in South Africa is inspirational and encouraging. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting exceptionally kind and giving people. We all benefit from giving and the children benefit from receiving help and knowing people care.