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Meet United Way Hand-Raiser Greg Gunn

A long-time United Way of the Capital Region donor, Greg Gunn first raised his hand to volunteer when his friend Barry Kindt asked him to get involved with United Way Program Partner Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region, Inc. When Greg saw the great work being done by the organization and the positive impact on the “littles,” it changed his world and inspired him to do more in our community. 

Greg feels strongly that by making sure children have quality early education, it will ensure that they are ready to succeed in school and in life. He also cares deeply about helping those less fortunate, who often are forgotten by the mainstream, and in many cases, just need a helping hand to secure a better financial future and life for their families. 

Greg supports United Way because he feels the organization is uniquely positioned with a holistic view of the community that enables it to provide thoughtful and powerful solutions that will do the most good for the most people in our community. 

Managing Partner of Gunn-Mowery, LLC, Greg is currently chair of United Way of the Capital Region’s board of directors and a member of United Way’s Tocqueville Society. Greg is also a past campaign chair and Tocqueville Society chair.

Feel inspired? Connect with our Volunteer Center to get hands-on experience in our work, or be a game changer yourself by bringing someone to an upcoming event.

PHOTO CAPTION: United Way of the Capital Region Board Chair Greg Gunn.

 

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