Tom Shriver has been appointed as Lifelines Program Coordinator of Chaucie’s Place. Shriver brings eight years of experience in working with youth in United Methodist churches in Indiana and North Carolina serving as director of youth ministries.
Shriver served four years in the U.S. Marine Corps and was meritoriously promoted to the rank of corporal after two years of service.
“I’m honored to be a part of a team dedicated to ending child sexual abuse and youth suicide,” he stated in a press release. “Through my time in youth ministry, I have developed a passion for students. Lifelinse is an extraordinary way for me to continue living out that passion.”
Lifelines is a suicide prevention program that targets the entire school community. Its goal is to help the school community recognize when a student is at potential risk of suicide and understand how and where to access help.
Nellie Moshier has been appointed as volunteer and event coordinator at Chaucie’s Place. She brings more than 10 years of experience with nonprofit organizations in development and external affairs. She has had volunteer coordinator positions at Harbor Light Hospice, United Way of Central Indiana, Children’s Bureau, Herron School of Art and Design, Damien Center and the Indiana State Museum.
Moshier will be tasked with the recruitment and engagement of Chaucie’s Place’s more than 100 volunteers along with coordinating its special events, including the 17th annual Treasure Our Children gala set for Oct. 12 at the Ritz Charles.
“I am honored and excited to be a part of this team and to further the mission of Chaucie’s Place,” she stated in a press release. “Volunteers are the lifeline of nonprofit organizations, and their contributions will further the prevention of youth sexual abuse and suicide.”
Learn more at chauciesplace.org.