Dorothy O. Jackson Society

The Dorothy O. Jackson Society recognizes the importance of a richly diverse and engaged community and encourages the involvement of people of color in United Way’s efforts to transform Summit and Medina counties. Since its founding in 2006, the Society has successfully raised awareness of philanthropic giving within minority communities and built lasting relationships between community leaders, volunteers and businesses.

Those who make a yearly gift of $1,000 or more, individually or as a couple, are eligible to join the Dorothy O. Jackson Society.

Benefits of Membership

Members enjoy benefits including opportunities to:

  • Engage with other active leaders in our community.
  • Volunteering with peers on projects targeted to meeting needs in United Way's focus areas of education, income and health.
     

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