A Legacy with Q's
Q's Clothiers is more than a business. Here are places your dollars go to work when you purchase something from Q's
Q's Clothiers was honored to support the efforts of Sharpe's Haven at their recent Fashion Affair Fundraiser. And with proceeds from purchase got to donate to the dynamic organization. Sharpe's Haven is a "faith-based transitional recovery organization for women. The organization provides a transitional housing program in a drug and alcohol free environment for such women for up to two years.” Learn more about what you can do to help at http://www.sharpeshaven.org
Thanks to customers Q's Clothiers has been able to donate to C4I, an organization that is having a huge impact on the lives of vulnerable orphans, widows and so many more in India.
C4I's "12 orphanages, 5 schools, an engineering college, 40 tailoring Institutes for destitute women and street children feeding program in New Delhi are among the numerous other activities designed to reach out to the poor, the needy." Christ for India is registered in USA as a Non Profit Organization, representing the parent organization in India, New India Church of God (NICOG).
You can help to enrich a child's life through a sponsorship today. For more information please visit http://www.christforindia.in/howcanihelp.html
A team from the National Veterans Alliance delivered Q's Clothiers donation directly to this woman and her family whose three year old daughter was stolen from them by ISIS. Destitute and driven from their home they are now seeking safety in a refugee camp in Kurdistan. Dec. 2014
Q's Clothiers was honored to partner with the IVA and their efforts to help refugees with medical assistance, awareness and humanitarian aid. Check out the trailer for an upcoming documentary film about refugees in Kurdistan, The Longest Road, which is to be released in 2016. Below are pictures of one of our feature models, Jennifer Salcido, with refugees in Kurdistan while she was on a humanitarian aid trip. She delivered Q's donation directly to refugees who needed it most. Thank you Jennifer for the hope and help you work to share. Check out Jennifer's story on the "Meet the Models" page.