Greg Secker, inspiring the world to give

Nonito Donaire, former world boxing champion, recently flew in from Las Vegas for the handing over of 100 houses to typhoon victims by the Greg Secker foundation in Manila. Despite the (Carl) Frampton fight being around the corner, the former champion had to squeeze some time to come and witness this great act of philanthropy. He says it is his personal effort to inspire athletes to try and impact the world through social action, not just by achievements in the ring.

Nonito Donaire flew in with his wife after a personal invitation from Greg Secker, the founder of Greg Secker foundations. He says Mr. Secker has been quite an inspiration to him and his family on philanthropy. Excited by this venture, he said he looks forward to a time when they will be able to give 1000 homes to the less fortunate instead of 100. Nonito himself has been involved in several philanthropic ventures before Greg Secker’s Build a House, Build a Home and now is excited to be part of this great venture.

Greg Secker is an accomplished business man with a heart of giving. He is the owner of Europ’s top trader coaching company. Throughout his career he has been keen on giving back to the society. This has seen him develop the communities around his companies and beyond. To many people he is known as a financial guru. With his expertise in rinternational education of financial trading and foreign exchange, he has built successful trading companies and was a millionaire by his early twenties.

To others, he is a leader and a mentor. Through his writing, Mr. Secker has taught millions of people in matters of Finance and leadership. To his employees, he is a leader and teacher by example. The same principles, he writes about he practices. As a result, he has earned a name as Europe’s top trader coach. His leadership and mentoring abilities spill over to other areas of his life. For instance, just by inviting and spending time with boxing champion Nonito Donaire, he inspired the boxer to give more and see many more people settled in homes.