Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cumberland & Salem Counties Welcomes New Board Member

By: Follow South Jersey Staff

Photo credit: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cumberland and Salem Counties Facebook page.

VINELAND, N.J. — Big Brother Big Sisters of Cumberland & Salem Counties (BBBS) welcomes Gary Gilmore to their Board of Trustees.

Gary Gilmore joins the Big Brother Big Sisters of Cumberland and Salem Counties’ Board of Trustees.

Gilmore is currently a Relationship Manager at TD Bank and has been working in the banking industry since 2011. He has developed and reviewed financial analyses, offered financial guidance, negotiated loans, helped to develop and grow businesses, and created policies which BBBS sees as a welcomed asset to their organization.

“Big Brothers Big Sisters is honored to welcome Gary to our team. His wealth of knowledge and experience in the financial sphere will help us build a stronger organization,” said BBBS President and CEO Donna Bennett in a press release from BBBS. “We appreciate Gary’s commitment to mentorship and his willingness to give back to the community with us.”

Gilmore graduated from Walden University with a B.A. in Business Administration. He is an avid sports fan. When he is not roaming the sports fields watching his children play, he is likely on the golf course. He is an Atlantic County native and currently resides in Williamstown, NJ with his wife (Denise) and two children (Emily and Ryan).

To learn more about the role mentoring plays in our community, volunteer opportunities, or additional ways to support Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cumberland & Salem Counties, please give our office a call at 856.692.0916, or visit our website at

Follow South Jersey provides local journalism which highlights our diverse communities; fosters transparency through robust, localized, and vital reporting that holds leaders and institutions accountable; addresses critical information needs; supports people in navigating civic life; and equips people with the information necessary to partake in effective community engagement. If there is a story or event you think we should cover, please send your tips to with “NEWS” in the subject line.