Adopt a Highway
As part of their community service, the Cambridge Quota club has been actively involved in the State of Maryland’s “Adopt a Highway” program for 10 years. Several times each year, members don gloves and brightly colored vests to help “Make Maryland Beautiful” by picking up litter on a one-mile stretch of busy Highway 50.
It’s a dirty job, but somebody has to do it!
Club members have a great time enjoying one another’s company, having fun conversation, and helping the community—all at the same time.
This image of Quota volunteers in action received Third Place in judging by White House photographers. The Cambridge club will receive U.S.$250 from the We Share Foundation for donation to the Club-to-Club World Service Project of their choice.
We Share Foundation Programs
- Community Champions
- JQ (Junior Quota) Club Program
- Cops ‘n’ Kids Literacy Program
- Healthy Hearing “Ear Plugs” Campaign
- “Listen Up, Turn It Down” Campaign
- Quota World Service Public Awareness Campaign
- Quota Cares Month Campaign
- Volunteer of the Year
- Club Publicity Resources and Tools
- Polish and Shine News Release Service
- Protect Your Hearing Month
- Global Youth Service Network
- Quota Service Project Directories
- Quota Cares Teddy Bears
- 2001-2012 Photo Contest Winners
- Setting Up 501(c)(3) Status (U.S. clubs)
Donate to the We Share Foundation
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