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  • Only photographs depicting Quota club service, membership, fellowship, celebrations, ceremonies, or fund-raising activities may be posted. No non-Quota club related photos can be posted.
  • Please do not post copyrighted photographs without first obtaining permission in writing from the photographer.
  • Only official Quota International members are permitted to post photographs and information on this site.
  • You may not use this site for advertising commercial businesses or services. Advertisements, solicitations, chain letters, and requests for money are prohibited.
  • Posting of confidential information is prohibited. Please do not post phone numbers, addresses, social security numbers, or any other private information.
  • You may not use this site to post information that will defame any individual, organization, or business.

If you need assistance with uploading your photograph, please e-mail your photo to staff@quota.org or mail photos to Quota Photo Gallery, Quota International, 1420 21st Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036. All photos submitted will be considered for future print publications and media programs. We are sorry, but photos cannot be returned.

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    Current Quota club members only are invited to post information about a deceased Quota club member. To access this site, please CLICK HERE.

    Don’t have computer access or need help with uploading your photo? E-mail photos (high resolution preferred) to staff@quota.org or mail photos to Quota Photo Gallery, Quota International, 1420 21st Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036. All photos submitted will be considered for future print publications and media programs. We are sorry, but photos cannot be returned.

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