Supporting Our Communities

The members of the Gibraltar Wealth Management team extend themselves to the communities in which they live and often go beyond their own backyards to do good things.

Jim, a resident of Abington, PA, is a member of the Board of Trustees for the Center School in Roslyn, PA, an independent school with a 25-year history of providing education methods for children in grades 1-8 who learn differently. The Center School’s learning environment nurtures confidence and unleashes potential for the students who attend. Jim’s involvement has been very rewarding on a personal level.

Additionally, as a licensed auctioneer in Pennsylvania, Jim helps support numerous non-profit organizations and schools by providing his service to their fund-raising initiatives. Jim's overwhelming passion and enthusiasm to help organizations help themselves is second only to the satisfaction he receives from knowing he is able to comfortably play a part in furthering a great cause in a fun and entertaining manner. Just to name a few, some of Jim's favorite local and national causes include the Abington Police Athletic League, the Briar Bush Nature Center, March of Dimes as well as numerous other non-profit organizations and schools.  While on an everyday basis Jim spends his time in his role at Gibraltar offering his ubiased judgement on matters of importance to families and businesses, his over 35 years of experience dealing with clients' resources and circumstances has lead him to believe that embracing a willingness to share good fortune is an ingredient in today's recipe for true wealth.  For sure, Jim enjoys his role in helping to stir the pot through his auction and other fundraising activities.

Steve, also a resident of Abington, is active in the world of academia, a meaningful compliment to and component of his career.  His teaching at LaSalle University and Community College of Philadelphia has allowed him to share with students his personal experience in business with young men and women anxious to prepare for a rewarding career. He has been mentor to many a student seeking higher education and has spent significant tome both on and off campus providing guidance to those enthusiastic to learn. From leading teams of participants in national entrepreneurial competitions to providing career counseling and coaching, Steve extends himself well beyond that of simply being an adjunct professor. His past volunteer role on the Foundation Board of the Community College of Philadelphia and on numerous academic and scholarship committees is further evidence of his desire to enourage importance of education.

Donna, now a resident of Oxford, NY is a past member of the board of trustees of her local library in Riverside, NJ and is anxious to get involved in civic organizations in her new hometown. She looks to further her involvement working with veterans and their families through several volunteer organizations in her local area.