Moffat County United Way has hired Cyndee Stamper as the organization’s new Community Impact Coordinator. His first day was May 16.
According to the nonprofit, Stamper’s role is to develop, coordinate and lead activities related to community impact programming in Moffat County, including the Getting Ahead Initiative and Bridges Out of Poverty.
Bridges Out of Poverty is a program designed to inspire innovative solutions for people seeking to tackle poverty and everyday instability by taking a holistic approach to help employers, higher education, community organizations, social services, hospitals, individuals and others to solve the problems encountered by people. in the face of daily instability.
“I am truly looking forward to helping our community and grateful to have the opportunity to be part of an organization that does the same,” Stamper said in a statement.
Stamper graduated from Penn Foster College and majored in graphic design. She also holds certificates in Fitness and Nutrition and Electronic Marketing. Stamper has been an active volunteer coach for Craig Parks and Recreation since 2014 and has also been considered a volunteer and para for the Moffat County School District.
To learn more about Bridges out of Poverty, contact Stamper at 970-326-6222. You can also email him at email@example.com. For more information about Moffat County United Way, call 970-824-6222 or visit UnitedWayMoffat.org.