This year we have once again partnered with the Buffalo Bills to create the United Way LIVE UNITED SPOTLIGHT award, to showcase some outstanding volunteers from our Program Partners. We are appreciative of every single person that chooses to volunteer, but the volunteers chosen for this award have gone above and beyond their duties. This week we would like to focus on Dave Hore, who has been with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Erie County for 22 years!
Dave started volunteering for BBBSEC in 1989, while working full-time as a CPA. He mentored his first little until he was 18 years old. His passion was visible throughout the entire organization and he was asked to join the Board of Directors. Eventually Dave continued on to become BBBSEC’s Board of Director’s president.
After becoming president Dave started devoting even more time to the organization, volunteering 10 hour every week to make his new role successful – and the results were visible. In 2010 David became BBBEC’s CEO, along with working a full-time job at PCB Group as their Co-President. In his new role, David volunteers an extraordinary 30 hours a week – on top of his full-time job!
Dave still finds time to spend with his 17-year-old little, as well as his four children and his wife. David proves that when you want to make time for something that’s important to you you can do it, and he’s truly LIVING UNITED. Thank you Dave for everything you do!
Watch David’s interview with WKBW here.