Tag: YOTO

Youth On Their Own Back to School Challenge

Connie Vaughan Caring Hearts and Hands of Quail Creek (CHHQC) is supporting Youth On Their Own‘s (YOTO) restocking of its student mini mall with back-to-school items. YOTO is a dropout prevention program that supports the high school graduation and continued success of youth experiencing homelessness in Pima County. Pima County has more than 5,600 homeless students, and…

CHHQC Expresses Thanks for Continued Caring and Giving

The Caring Hearts and Hands Club of Quail Creek (CHHQC) wants to thank everyone who has supported the club’s mission of service, caring, and giving to support both Youth On Their Own (YOTO) and the disadvantaged military families over the past two months. The YOTO Socktober Challenge in October was hugely successful in its mission…

Residents Form New Club: QC Hearts and Hands

Karen Baker A new group is in town! Following their passions and continued desire to help at-risk youth and military families, Sue Ann Obremski and Karen Baker have partnered to form a new club in Quail Creek called the QC Caring Hearts and Hands. The two women have collaborated to continue serving the needs of Youth…

Two-Cans for YOTO

Over the last few months, the inventory at the Mini Mall is depleted and little is left. Your donation of just two cans of food can help put food on the shelves at the YOTO Mini Mart!

Sue Ann Obremski and Diane Gordon Perhaps you know that one of the charities The Women of Quail Creek (TWOQC) support is Youth On Their Own (YOTO) at YOTO.org. There are 2,003 students grades six through 12 in the Pima County program; of those, 23 are in the Green Valley/Sahuarita area. Normally, at this time, TWOQC is collecting…

The Women of Quail Creek raffle basket winners at the Art Festival Arts and Crafts Fair

Scholarship's “Chocolate! Chocolate!” basket winner Patty Bragg and her nephew Jake MacLean.

Cindy Mayron “We had a great time meeting everyone while selling raffle tickets for three of our TWOQC charities: Youth On Their Own (YOTO), Military Bab, and Scholarship,” said Sue Ann Obremski, YOTO chair. All the proceeds from the raffle baskets were split equally between the charity committees: Scholarship—these proceeds will increase the dollar amount…