Home Savings Bank
During a Success After 6 event, Gary Small says what caught his attention was the intensity of the engagement and the impact on the kids as far as behavior and positive reinforcement.
Seeing programs succeed makes it easy for the Home Savings Bank president and CEO and his employees to be a part of the example set by the United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley.
“We have high participation rates in all manner of community activities,” Small says. “I couldn’t be more proud of the group.”
In his interview with the United Way’s Roxann Sebest, Small discusses the importance of volunteering with the United Way.
“We have the opportunity to contribute our time, our talents and our treasure,” Small says. “We value that. As an organization, we make sure those around us know we feel strongly about it.”
Since 1919, the United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley has fought to make change through generations of impact. Our United Way has been fortunate to have amazing support for the past 100 years. We want to honor those partners, organizations, and businesses who have been with us throughout this journey to this milestone anniversary. Each month you will learn how they have partnered with United Way to make an impact on the Mahoning Valley and truly make change for the better. Our Change Makers know that to live better, we must live united.
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