2016 Quota Cares Month Award Winners

The Quota International clubs listed below were selected as Top Winners in the 2016 Quota’s Cares Month contest. Their projects were considered outstanding for service, outreach, fundraising, and sustainability. These Quota International clubs are examples of Quota International's mission to empower women, children, Deaf, and Hard of Hearing through service initiatives.

Fijian, Cyclone Winston Recovery Project

Quota International of Thuringowa 

Queensland, Australia


Description: 

Clothing, household items, water purifying tablets, and school equipment were gathered for the Townsville Fijian society to fill containers being sent to Fiji following the devastation of Cyclone Winston.







  Cyclone Winston Recovery Project




Eye Check Up Camp
  Eye Check Up Camp

Quota International of DLF City

DLF City, India


Description:

Quota International of DLF City organized an eye check-up and eye screening camp on 9th March 2016 at their charitable clinic in Sikanderpur. The patients were provided vision screenings and spectacles were given to to those in need.












Dress A Girl Around the World

Quota International of Whakatane
Whakatane, New Zealand

Description:

When Quota heard that making a dress for a young girl or teenager could protect them and help reduce the number of assaults, members were quick to get the sewing machines out and start making dresses. Quota International of Whakatane started the "Dress A Girl Around the World" project in March 2015 as a Quota Cares month project. The project continued through March of 2016. Overall, 150 dresses were made for the "Dress A Girl Around the World" project.



 
Members of the Dress A Girl Around the World Project Team 




Quota International of Legazi-Mayon

 
 
Socio - Economic and Physical Wellness Day:
Quota Cares Lunch with the Mothers and Children Resettlers of Anislag Relocation Site

Quota International of Legazpi - Mayon

Legazpi – Mayon, Philippines


Description:

The program for our Socio - Economic and Physical Wellness Day started with Past Quota International of Legazpi - Mayon Club President (PP) Ino giving a talk on the Republic Act 9262 that protects the rights of women and children against violence and abuse. The second topic was lead by PP Claire. It was about the Financial Literacy program that teaches mothers how to invest and cope with Inflation through sustainable livelihood programs. The last program topic was presented by Assistant Regional Director Meg. She spoke about physical wellness through proper nutrition and daily exercise like Zumba.

Prizes were also given to the winners of the parlor games and trivia. The session ended with the serving of lunch. It was a successful gathering.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




Tanana's 2016 Quota Cares Month

Quota International of Tanana Valley

Tanana Valley, Alaska, United States


Description:

Several projects comprised Quota International of Tanana's Quota Cares Month this year: 


  • Members read twice a week to 4th grade girls for the Literacy Council's Gals Read program

  • 20 pans of brownies were baked and help was provided for the wrap up party

  • 18 chicken pot pies were prepared for the Food Bank's emergency freezer

  • St. Patrick's Day for seniors at the North Pole included bingo, pizza, and prizes

  • 50 Easter baskets/bags were packaged for the Food Bank's food boxes.

  • 300 ear plugs were provided at noisy locations around town
  Quota International of Tanana Valley