|A few of his activities include:Committee Member, United Way Campaign 1990 - 96
Division Chair, Professional, Legal Pikes Peak United Way 1994
Committee Member, YMCA of the Pikes Peak Region Fund Raising Campaign 1996
Board Member, Community Board of Trustees, Visiting Nurses Association, 1993-96
Leadership, First Presbyterian Church of Colorado Springs (Committee Member, $7.5 million Capital Fund Campaign, 1997, Committee member, 4.0 million Stewardship Campaign 1998-99, Chairman, $4.5 million Stewardship Campaign 2000 – 2001, Elder 2005 B 2008, Steering Committee Member, Ministry Master Plan Committee 2006)
Fine Arts Center Gala Committee 2017 - 2020
Member, AdAmAn Club 1999 to present
|Jack's first job was as an Ice Skate Sharpener at Blick's Sporting Goods on Tejon St. During his college summers he worked as a laborer for Broderick and Gibbons a local paving company. Later in college he worked as an initial attack wildland fire fighter for the Coeur d'Alene National Forest out of Wallace Idaho. After graduating from college he worked briefly a sales person for a sporting goods store called the Jock Shop at the Citadel. In the spring of 1983 he joined the Pike National Forest Hot Shot wildland fire crew and did forest managment and fire fighting throughout that season. That fall, and after applying for law school, he worked for Goldinies, a Restaurant in Bolder. Upon his acceptance to law school he went to work as a law clerk for the law firm his father had started in the 1950s. Once graduating from law school in 1987 and passing the Colorado Bar exam he began working as a lawyer for that firm, Kane, Donley and Shaffer. He then worked with those lawyers until 2006 when he opened his own firm, Donley Law PC. He is still working in that firm in his solo practice.