Civility

Philanthropy

The March for Civility

In September of 2017, on World Peace Weekend,
Dwayne J. Clark headed up The March for Civility
in Washington D.C.

The march was a nonpartisan effort to bring people of all backgrounds together in support of love, unity, equality and justice. The Rally included inspiring messages from public figures that are known nationally for their good works and bringing people together.

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Nearly 100 Aegis Living employees and Dwayne joined the 1,000s of others to #MarchforCivility at September 23, 2017.

Their message was inclusiveness, acceptance, embrace diversity, end divisiveness and uniting in peace, all traits of the Aegis Living culture. Let’s all join hands and #RestoreCivility.

E.P.I.C.

Dwayne has transformed Aegis Living’s annual meeting from a traditional business meeting to a three-day celebration of the human spirit and a seminar for self-improvement. The primary agenda is to ignite personal development among the employees. To that end, a host of renowned speakers reflect on their own personal challenges, teach new ways to approach life, and inspire with their stories.

Making an Impact

Dwayne regularly contributes to these foundations:

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Why Not You Foundation

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The Bennett Foundation

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30/30 Foundation

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Cliff Avril Family Foundation

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Moyer Foundation

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Free Hugs

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Earl Thomas Foundation

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WE Day

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Macklemore Foundation

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SIFF

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Children’s Hospital

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St Thomas School

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Galileo Foundation

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Free The Children

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Rainier Scholars

World Peace Starts with Civility

In business and beyond, Dwayne has made civility and
philanthropy his primary focus. Dwayne’s strong belief in the importance of active philanthropy, building community and creating opportunity for others has led him to contribute to more than 70 local and global charities, as well as personally founding four.

30 Summers More

30 Summers More contains the “lessons from longevity” that Clark has amassed from a front-line view as the CEO of Aegis Living, combined with the latest health and wellness research on living well as we age.In addition, the book outlines what Clark calls the “microhabits” or bite-sized actions necessary for living our best life as we move into our senior years.