73 Questions w/ Sofia Quintero Art & Cultural Center

Sofia Quintero Executive Director, Taylor Burciaga

Written by Jon Dorcely

Jon Dorcely is the director of marketing & engagement for United Way of Greater Toledo. If you would like to connect with him please email Jon.Dorcely@UnitedWayToledo.org.

December 6, 2022

Without Sofia Quintero Art & Cultural Center, the Old South End would look much different

For this episode of The Uniters, I asked 73 questions to Sofia Quintero Art & Cultural Center (SQACC) Executive Director Taylor Burciaga who shared about her work and their impact in the community.

The Sofia Quintero Art & Cultural Center is a beacon of hope for the South Toledo neighborhood residents and local artists. Through events and programs, SQACC provides interest, awareness, and education about Latino art, heritage, and culture. They offer a variety of programs and services that fall under three focus areas – art, culinary and agriculture.

United Way Grant-Supported Program

The CENARE (Culinary Education Nutrition and Responsible Eating) program provides children and adults with nutritional, educational and hands-on culinary experiences in NaNa’s Kitchen. This program has been around for many years and has taught many in our community ways to eat healthier.

If you are interested in learning more about Sofia Quintero Art & Cultural Center and how to get involved with them, please visit their site or reach out to Taylor Burciaga (eod.sqacc@gmail.com). Lastly, to stay up-to-date with SQACC, you can connect with them on Facebook. For information on other United Way grantee partners, click here.

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