Maintain your connection with other Quota Clubs and be part of a national brand!Would you like to continue your club’s local traditions of service, fundraising, and fellowship with a supportive national network of like-minded people?
Membership in Quota USA empowers Quota Clubs to employ national branding when applying for foundation service grants. Compete in the international, national and local volunteer service space for service dollars and members with the support of a national network of Quota Clubs in the United States!
"Quota USA has been such an exciting part of my life this year. During all that has gone on in our country, I have been able to stay in touch and communicate with women across the nation who are trying to stay involved in their communities and help those in need. Through Quota USA I have benefited from the forums that are offered, I easily can reach out to other members, and I love the monthly phone calls that have been so beneficial. I encourage others to join us as we create the bond that unites women across America in the common cause of serving others. There is so much to learn from each other to help grow our clubs to their full potential.
GO QUOTA USA!"
Elicia Nugent, President, Quota West Monroe
"Our club, Quota of South Florida, Inc., joined Quota USA without knowing what to expect. We were pleasantly surprised that consistently every month there is a zoom meeting with inspiring topics, ideas from other clubs, a website that contains the recording from the past zoom meeting so if you missed a call, it can be listened to at leisure, a blog from clubs, and other helpful information. The Quota USA Co-Chairs, Mary Pribich and Bobbie Carey, are great with communicating with clubs, and Allison Travis and the ladies at Quota USA Headquarters are very professional and helpful any time.
When Quota International dissolved, we knew becoming part of a larger group would be helpful for us to move forward with our own club and guide us with tips to be successful. We were right! Thank you, Quota USA!"
Elinor Adler, President, Quota of South Florida, Inc.