Greg Secker, an English businessman, and philanthropist, dedicated on helping others during tough times, such as natural calamities, has actively engaged himself in providing well over 100 homes to typhoon survivors in Lemery, Iloilo. This successful businessman has got backing for his project from athletes such as Nonito Donaire, Jr, a former world boxing champion. The athlete joined Greg Secker during a brief visit to Iloilo, where he and his wife met Greg Secker at the airport and showed their support for this noble project. While the stay of the boxing champion was just for a few days, he urged other athletes to have a voice and support causes that help people while having a social and moral conscience. The sports champion is also known to have done his fair share of good through the means of donating funds to various causes.
The English businessman has also participated in other noble projects throughout the world in the last decade. The Iloilo project that he has currently undertaken is termed as Build a House, Build a Home and aims to help people from various walks of life get together and support the cause of doing something for others with only an interest of helping out wholeheartedly.
As a 42-year-old successful philanthropist and fiscal resources expert, as well as a published author, Greg Secker is a man with a mission to do as much good he can in his lifetime. With his entrepreneurial spirit, he owns and leads the top traders coaching firm in Europe and is committed to helping budding entrepreneurs gain financial independence. This coaching firm is one of the leading and most successful businesses in the entire country.
Greg Secker also leads and owns other enterprises such as but not limited to Learn To Trade, another successful venture. Greg Secker is one of the few people who became a multi-millionaire when he was in his early twenties. Since then he has focused his life on making money by being a financial advisor and coach to future entrepreneurs while dedicating as much time as possible to causes such as the Iloilo turnover project amongst others.