Helping Our Women Welcomes New AmeriCorps VISTA Volunteer

Volunteer Resource Developer in Provincetown office...
Chloe Heidepriem, AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer with Helping Our Women (Courtesy photo)

Provincetown, MA - Helping Our Women (HOW) - welcomes Chloe Heidepriem as the new AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) to serve as the Volunteer Resource Developer in their Provincetown office.

AmeriCorps VISTA members build capacity in nonprofit organizations and public agencies to help them more effectively generate the commitment of private sector resources, encourage volunteer service at the local level and empower individuals and communities. AmeriCorps VISTA members serve full time for one-year.

In her role as the Volunteer Resource Developer, Heidepriem will work to strengthen the capacity of HOW through volunteer engagement and community outreach to better serve HOW clients.  Raised on Cape Cod, she grew up in Orleans and recently moved back after graduating from the University of Massachusetts Amherst Honors College in the Spring of 2018.

“At HOW, we are truly excited that Chloe joined our team. We believe that she will be a tremendous asset to the HOW community,” stated Gwynne Guzzeau, Executive Director, “her academic background and professionalism are a perfect match for our organization.”

For over 25 years, HOW has built a strong system of supportive services to meet the needs and empower women with chronic, life threatening or disabling medical conditions living in Provincetown, Truro, Wellfleet and Eastham.  For more information about The Cancer Support Group or to register, call 508-255-6165.  To learn more about HOW visit www.helpingourwomen.org.


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