COVID-19 Message to Our Community

The health and safety of our participants, volunteers, staff, and the community at large is of critical importance to us at WE CAN. We are relying on the local, state, and national public health experts for information about COVID-19…

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Empowering Women by Mindy Todd

Crisis can happen at any moment, and to anyone. Whether it’s the loss of a job or a spouse, bankruptcy, illness, or a divorce, having a place to turn for assistance, support and education can make all the difference.

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Why I Volunteer

Muska Yousuf began volunteering as an attorney with WE CAN just last fall. Although fairly new to WE CAN, she is already quite involved with providing Cape women with legal answers. Muska offers 30-minute evening legal consultations on a monthly basis for WE CAN participants…

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Collaborative Effort Wins!

Guest Post by Meghan Fligg, Barnstable High School, English Department – This Spring, our Community Empowerment and Leadership Club hosted an event in collaboration with the Cape Cod WE CAN ( Women’s Empowerment Through Cape…
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GUYON Selected as Executive Director at WE CAN

WE CAN, Women’s Empowerment through Cape Area Networking, today announced that Lisa Guyon was selected as Executive Director and will start on March 25th.  “WE CAN sought a strategic leader who had a history of…
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