This reader’s photo was sent in by Betty Milligan. Recently Quota Rotorua, a local service club, donated two chairs and a dishwasher to Plunket, amounting to more than $4000. These items were chosen by Plunket to suit their needs. Pictured (from left) are Plunket breastfeeding consultant Sandy Dibley, Plunket immediate past office manager Louise Perese, and Lorraine Moore from Quota Rotorua in the new chairs. Quota Rotorua is a nonprofit organisation empowering women, young people, and others in the community with a focus on the right to communicate. Members are enterprising and enthusiastic women who make a positive contribution to their community. Formerly Quota International of Rotorua , late in 2020 all Quota clubs worldwide lost the international status. Now clubs operate, at their own discretion, within their own communities. Therefore, Quota Rotorua raises money in the community to benefit, almost exclusively, their community. “In recent times we have donated, in addition to Plunket, to Leukaemia & Blood Cancer, Kiwican, St John Ambulance, Love Soup, the Salvation Army and the Hearing House, Auckland.” If you have a photo you’d like to share, email it to email@example.com.