“The Dayton area is full of people who are doing great things to help others in their community. We want to tell their stories that have gone unnoticed. Our Community Gems initiative brings light to the great efforts in Dayton and surrounding communities,” said Dayton Daily News Managing Editor Rich Gillette.
The Community Gems initiative is driven by reader nominations. Nominate a community member, friend, family member, or coworker and share with us how they help others or a cause in your community. Tell us your stories and help us spread the good news.
To nominate someone as a Community Gem, please fill out the above form, and we will contact you. Look for the good news stories about our Community Gems in Sunday editions and online at DaytonDailyNews.com/communitygems
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