Since second grade, Zack Gosselin has made “doing thoughtful things differently for others” a priority. With his unwavering zest, Zack continues to answer the question of “why do you do this charitable stuff for others?” with “I give back because seeing the look on others’ faces when they’re at one of our events or receiving support from our great donor-base never gets old… Plus, I know what we’re doing as a community is changing the world one smile at a time!”
To date, Zack has raised and donated over $15,000 to help causes facing what he calls ‘trying’ times. It might be difficult to quantify just how many lives Zack’s projects have helped over the last six years, however, what cannot be questioned is how much Zack has helped thousands of people. Although Zack has quickly become a role model at a young age, his undying commitment to helping others cannot be emulated.
In addition to devoting his time to hosting and promoting events to raise money for various local charitable organizations and causes, Zack is an Honor Roll student at the Marshall Middle School, a team player in Little League Baseball and Youth Basketball, and enjoys being a big brother to six-year-old, Caiden. Of course, Zack also spends time being a “kid” by playing video games and surfing social media.
From a brand-building and business development perspective, Zack excitedly awaits the next chapter of his charitable adventures, which include starting a television show at Billerica Access Television (BATV) with his father. This show will share tips and tricks for being “high-tech and high-touch” in business in 2019, and beyond. This venture will run hand-in-hand with the Client Success Club, a brand new website and business that Zack recently launched.
Zack is also currently interviewing a team of children that will serve as DreamBigville.org ambassadors for his next event, Bowling For The Big Hearted. This event will take place in Lowell, MA during school vacation in April 2019. It will be kid-managed and operated, and will surely be appreciated by all!
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