Donley, 54, is the owner and president of Donley Construction, a multi-million dollar government contracting firm specializing in commercial construction that he and his father created while Brian was still in high school. He also became involved in auto racing with the NASCAR Busch Grand National Division, traveling throughout the East Coast as a driver in the dirt-track series before continuing his career after his driving days working with NASCAR teams as a tire specialist. Donley owns a race team in a national racing series. His race team donates all its winnings to charity. Meanwhile, he continued his involvement with Donley Construction, taking over as sole owner upon his father's death in 1999. Twelve years ago, Donley became involved with the Edgewood High varsity football program, developing a tutoring program and serving the team meal on the night before games. So far, he has sponsored and served over 7,200 meals. In addition, he has organized an accountability program where players earn points for academics, community service and commitment to the weight room, resulting in each senior who achieves the required number of points receiving a framed jersey. To date, 120 framed jerseys have been presented. In addition, he is associated with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes group, sponsoring attendance by student-athletes at summer FCA camps. Some 225 have attended the summer camps over the past nine years. In 2006, Donley co-founded the Charlie Riley Community Service Scholarship Foundation, which has awarded 233 scholarships worth more than $238,000. He is an active member of the Cokesbury Methodist Church, where he teams with fellow EHS Hall of Famer Bruce Riley to present the contemporary service each Sunday. Donley is also a board member of the "53 Families Foundation," an organization created by former Ravens linebacker Jameel McClain to provide services to underprivileged youth. Donley and his wife, Amy, have two children, Aubrey and Keegan.