Longtime monthly donor Greg Dyekman says it all comes down to one word: TRUST.
“Climb Wyoming is one of the few organizations that I support where it is automatic each month. For me, trust is very important for monthly giving. Contributing to Climb is one thing I’ve never questioned and represents a long-term commitment, one that I don’t need to reevaluate every time I’m asked for a donation.
I just like to know something is working if I’m going to support it in this way. I continue to be impressed with the single moms Climb serves—I think they’re gutsy for jumping into the workforce the way they do.
“Contributing to Climb is one thing I’ve never questioned and represents a long-term commitment, one that I don’t need to reevaluate every time I’m asked for a donation.” –Greg Dyekman
For me, it’s important that they have more hope for the future after Climb—they gain skills that will give them a better chance to make something out of that hope.
And this hope has a ripple effect for their families. It impacts their children and, beyond that, a wider circle of people in the community who are rooting for them.”
Greg Dyekman grew up in Cheyenne and is an attorney with Dray, Dyekman, Reed & Healey, P.C. Greg believes strongly in giving back to his community and state and has served in leadership roles for many organizations and projects.