Sacramento (July 2022) – Roseville resident Eric Grabin has joined the board of directors for United Way California Capital Region. He will help lead the local nonprofit that is working to end poverty for local families, starting in school.
“I joined United Way to make an impact in our backyard and hope to pave the way for other young leaders looking to grow and develop in their philanthropic giving and volunteerism,” Grabin said.
Grabin is a business development officer at SAFE Credit Union where he has worked for the past 14 years. He is a regular speaker and has sat on several lending panels. He serves the small business community by working with business owners and investors to achieve immediate and long-term goals of growing their businesses through lending and cash management needs, as well as maintaining their financial well-being. Grabin is an active member of United Way’s Young Leaders Society leadership council and served as chair last fiscal year. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business focused on small business management and entrepreneurship from Sacramento State and University of Phoenix.
United Way California Capital Region has been working to fight poverty for nearly 100 years by creating stronger, healthier, more compassionate communities, now serving Amador, El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento and Yolo counties. The local United Way has found one place in each community to reach the most families in need: School is square one for ending family poverty. United Way uses its Square One approach to end poverty for local families by helping children excel in school, investing in families, and strengthening schools with resources to address increased poverty and deep roots of racial inequality. www.YourLocalUnitedWay.org