Treasure Nights

When Do Treasure Events Take Place?

Our in-person events are temporarily suspended due to Covid-19 restrictions in our state. However, we host online “faith and fun” events via Zoom, including Bible Studies, Worship Hours, Dances, Karaoke, Themed Events, and more. We are also hosting “Drive-Thru” events seasonally, observing social distancing.  Treasures and their drivers visit a drive-thru station where we get to greet each other, have a little distanced celebration, and provide Treasures with a contactless gift bag pick-up.  Read below for the details on our typical programming we look forward to resuming in the future. Contact Mollie@quietwatersoutreach.org for more information.

What is a Treasure?

A “Treasure” is an individual with intellectual and developmental disability (Down syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Autism, etc.). Treasures come from a variety of ethnic and religious backgrounds, financial statuses, ages (12 and up) and living situations (i.e., group homes, private homes, or supported living arrangements).

What is a Treasure Night?

A “Treasure Night” is a designated day of the month where participating churches, their volunteers and “Treasures” get together for music, games, Bible lessons, prayer, crafts, and treats. It is a great opportunity for Treasures to interact with others while building great friendships.

How do I sign up?

To attend an All-Treasure Night, “Treasures” or their caregivers must first fill out and submit the QWO emergency form (below). Check our calendar for the next upcoming event, and join us! If you’re unable to fill out the online form, please contact the QWO office for a paper version. To attend individual church Treasure Nights, you’ll also need to fill out that church’s emergency form upon arrival at the event. Click on our calendar tab to find upcoming All-Treasure Night and individual church Treasure Night dates, times, and locations.

Click here to fill out a QWO All-Treasure Night Emergency Release Form

Where We Operate

QWO is focusing on the provision of services in Washington, Multnomah, Yamhill, and Clackamas Counties. At the present time, QWO has active programs at three area churches, utilizing over 150 volunteers to serve over 350 individuals and their caregivers.

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