Junior Achievement's Free Enterprise Society was created to recognize leadership gifts made by individual donors across the nation. Thanks to the entrepreneurial spirit and vision of these individuals, Junior Achievement moves closer to fulfilling its mission to ensure that every child in America has a fundamental understanding of the free enterprise system.

Junior Achievement of Southwest Michigan, Inc. gratefully acknowledges the following individuals whom, through their generous contributions and entrepreneurial spirit, are being recognized as Charters Members of the Free Enterprise Society.

If you would like information of becoming a Free Enterprise Society member please call Tom VanderMolen at (269) 968-9188 ext. 23, or email Laura.Lutterbeck@ja.org.

GLORIA J. OLIN in Memory of Thomas F. Olin, Sr. (2001 Charter Member)

PETER & SUSAN ORDWAY (2001 Charter Members)

TEN TALENTS FOUNDATION (2001 Charter Member)

LINDA M. WENDT in Memory of Martin J. Wendt (2001 Charter Member)

 

JA Heritage Society

Some faithful friends of Junior Achievement have planned to support the organization beyond their lifetimes.  By including Junior Achievement in their estate planning, these caring individuals have taken deliberate steps to ensure and enhance Junior Achievement's future.  To recognize and honor these ardent supporters, Junior Achievement has established the Junior Achievement Heritage Society.  Membership will be open to all those individuals who include Junior Achievement in their estate planning through such instruments as bequests, charitable gift annuities, charitable trusts, and life insurance.  

Arthur and Judy Angood  

Adam and Deb Dingwall

Rob and Diane Holmquist

Peter Kelley

Don Matrone