In 2012 Sally Dunning and a small group of women in Ann Arbor, Michigan, created the non-profit iZosh. The organization raises money to help women in extreme poverty, who also have a business plan. Since it’s inception, iZosh has raised over $220,000.00 and helped over 622 women.
When Sally retired to Maine, she started iZosh Maine, the organization’s first “daughter” chapter, which has since gone on to raise nearly $10,000.00 and helped over 40 women.
Sally appeared on the WCSH News Center “207” show to discuss their work. You may watch the segment below.