Nonito Donaire, the boxing champion made his way to Iloilo together with his wife at the invitation of Greg Secker. Secker and Donaire met at the airport to catch the flight to Iloilo. Greg Invited Donaire to witness the transformation of homes in Iloilo. The over 100 houses constructed for typhoon casualties.
The drive came from Greg Secker whose primary objective is to help the community. The initiative was able to establish more homes for those who could not be able to sustain themselves. This way, those in the sports industry could be able to emulate Donaire and have an impact on these lives they have helped.
Donaire was able to donate P1 million in 2009 under Greg Secker foundation for the house rehabilitation program. Secker, the brains behind this organization is 42 years of age. He is an entrepreneur who has been able to author countless books and also held leadership talks.
Secker has been part of some social projects aimed at helping the society through his foundation. He spearheaded a housing rehabilitation program when typhoon Haiyan struck significant parts of Iloilo in 2013. This has come to be commonly referred to as build a house build a home. Secker identified Lemery as the perfect location to construct more than a hundred homes for the victims; the area has been able to earn the name Greg Secker Foundation Village.
Greg Secker is a specialist when it comes to foreign exchange and finance which enabled him to win the British Telecom Award in 1998. Greg own multiple companies including Learn to Trade, Smart Charts and Capital Index. He is the founder of Greg Secker Foundation which is a non-profit organization structured to help communities around the world.
Secker is a graduate of Agricultural and Food Sciences at the University of Nottingham after which at the age of 25 he was able to be named the Vice President of Mellon Corporation where he learned on financial traders. Secker later retired from the organization to establish himself as a full-time forex trader. Greg has then been able to be named a member of Ambassadors for City Philanthropy and also named among the top 200 influential philanthropist and social entrepreneur.