SBRWOW Generously Supports SBCO

SBCO Treasurer Camille Esterman addresses WOW

Camille Esterman

On Jan. 18, SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO) was privileged to address the SaddleBrooke Ranch Women of Wine (SBRWOW). The event provided SBCO with an opportunity to highlight our programs that feed, clothe, enrich, and educate children living in the Copper Corridor.

After recapping the Ranch’s participation in delivering Thanksgiving Day baskets to Mammoth/San Manuel and the successful Angel Tree/Adopt-a-Family programs, attendees were made aware of many upcoming events and volunteer opportunities available to SBR residents. The Arizona Tax Credit was also explained to new residents in our community.

Twenty women filled out membership forms—which are free—at the event. A spontaneous collection raised $416 for SBCO’s Make A Difference program. If you would like to know more about SBCO and become a member, visit our website Members receive monthly emails that recap activities, include invitations to events, and list volunteer positions.