This month HCC has two exciting announcements as our organization continues to grow creating greater impact in our community!
Please help us welcome HCC’s newest team member, Adrie Olson, our new volunteer coordinator. Adrie, the previous director of HCC North Phoenix, will be scheduling volunteers for all three HCC locations. “I’m so excited to be back on the HCC Team, officially! I love the volunteers we have and their dedication to serving our community. I look forward to reconnecting with veteran volunteers and also meeting with and recruiting new volunteers, getting them plugged in and passionate about the mission of HCC,” commented Adrie.
“HCCs are able to feed thousands every year because of our army of dedicated volunteers! We want to make sure each volunteer knows how much we value their partnership and commitment. Adrie is the perfect team member to lead this part of our mission!” added Nicolee Thompson, HCC Executive Director. Interested volunteering at HCC? Click here to fill out our online volunteer application.
Our second announcement involves HCC team member Lauren Sullivan, HCC’s previous Serving SPROUTS Coordinator. Lauren and her family recently moved to Pennsylvania for her husband’s job transfer. However, Lauren was still able to work remotely from Pennsylvania as our administrative assistant. Today we would like to congratulate Lauren on her promotion as HCC’s new Communications Manager!
“I am thrilled to move into the role of HCC’s Communication Manager. I am most looking forward to being able to connect with our volunteers, donors, and the community to spread HCC’s mission so we reach even more Arizonans in need,” added Lauren.
“We have been blessed to have Lauren on our team for the past year and a half and now we’re thrilled to promote her to a top level, leadership role, which she has earned. Lauren will continue to lead the charge with our social media, assist with various fundraising activities, and execute communication pieces for each of our three centers. Thank you, Lauren, for your continued hard work, amazing energy and for loving others so well!” added Nicolee Thompson.