Chuck Spicuzza (pictured above on the right) is a doer. When you ask Chuck to help out, he not only shows up; he gives 110 percent. A branch manager and banking officer at Huntington Bank’s Glassport office, Chuck’s been volunteering with Auberle since 2010.
Huntington Bank is a generous supporter of Auberle’s programs. As such, Huntington encourages its employees to donate their time back to the community.
“Huntington is fully committed to the community,” Chuck said. “They support us in getting involved with organizations. Their message first and foremost is taking care of the community.”
Chuck actively encourages his colleagues to get involved with Auberle and he leads by example. For instance, he recently helped coordinate a Day of Caring at Auberle where he and his co-workers wrapped holiday gifts for our youth. Chuck is also a mainstay at our annual Voices Carry fundraiser where he acts as the financial point person and helps keep the event running smoothly.
No stranger to giving back, Chuck has been passionate about volunteering since his teenage years. In high school, he worked with the Teen Institute, as well as Prom Promise and DARE. He wants to continue the tradition of volunteering by getting his whole family involved, especially his 16-year-old son.
In the future, Chuck would like to teach financial literacy classes to the young women at GATE/Bloom and members of the 412 Youth Zone. With the help of Huntington, he also hopes to launch a project that would provide Auberle youth with access to clothing for job interviews.
Chuck is the volunteer every non-profit would like to have. We’re lucky to be able to partner with Chuck and Huntington Bank to improve the lives of youth and families in our region.
If you are interested in volunteering at Auberle, please contact Erin Rhodes at 412-673-5856, ext. 1205 or email@example.com.