What is YOTO?
Youth On Their Own (YOTO) is a dropout prevention program that supports the high school graduation and continued success of homeless, unaccompanied youth in Pima County. “Educating homeless teens… investing in Arizona’s future.”
Sue Ann Obremski, YOTO Chair (2019)
Inside the YOTO Committee
Back To School Supply for Yoto
The Youth on Their Own back to school drive continues through August 31, 2019. The school supplies for the Youth on Their Own are being collected at the Madera Clubhouse (main entrance) through August.
MAIN SUPPLIES NEEDED:
- Mechanical pencils
- Colored pencils
- Composition notebooks
- Index cards
- Folders (all types)
- 3-Ring Binders
- Gift cards: $10 and $25 (contact Sue at email@example.com to arrange drop off directly to her in lieu of leaving gift cards in the Madera box).
All donations are appreciated. Thank you.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to all for your support!
A compilation of photos and updates may be found on TWOQC’s YOTO page.
The Women of Quail Creek “spice things up” for YOTO!
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Learn more at YOTO (yoto.org).
TWOQC’s YOTO Committee collected recipes to create a cookbook for YOTO students. This project was spearheaded by Sue Obremski. COOKBOOK