First Hawaiian Bank donated to the following four non-profit organizations in Guam and Saipan:
- $50,000 to The Salvation Army Guam Food Bag Program.
- $50,000 to Todu Guam Foundation Care Package Program.
- $25,000 to Empty Vessel Ministry Foundation Emergency Food Bank.
- $25,000 to Karidat Social Services Emergency Food Program.
SSFM International Inc. donated $31,300, which will fund the full cost of tuition and fees for one University of Guam student per academic year.
Capitol Kitchen and The Food Truck partnered with Winward Hills Memorial, Landscaping Management Systems and Sharon Price, marketing and event coordinator of Pacific Federal Management Inc. to donate 250 banana bread loaves to frontline healthcare workers at U.S. Naval Hospital.
Docomo Pacific donated $1,500 worth of non-perishable food for the Feed the Need effort, supported by the Guam Daily Post.
Frank Blas & Associates and other supporters distributed more than 2,200 bags of food to families for the Feed the Need effort, supported by the Guam Daily Post.
Tan Siu Lin Foundation donated food items with a totalingd $3,500 to the Lions Club International District 204 Region 2 for community members in Saipan.
Other donations include:
- $75,000 of gift bags to the Commonwealth Health Corp., Northern Mariana Islands Department of Public Safety, NMI Emergency Operations Center and NMI Department of Fire and Emergency Medical Services.
- 15,000 masks to Commonwealth Health Corp.
RE/MAX Diamond Realty donated packages of food to the needy in Umatac and Inarajan.
The Guam Women’s Chamber of Commerce donated $5,000 worth of KN95 masks for frontline workers at Guam Memorial Hospital Authority, Guam Regional Medical City and FHP Health Center. mbj
Donors of the University of Guam Live Stream Telethon such as Peter Sgro Jr., Ada’s Trust and Investment Inc., Rotary Club of Tumon Bay, Guam Premier Outlets and the UOG Endowment Foundation collectively donated $40,000 to purchase 800 isolation gowns for frontline healthcare workers at Guam Memorial Hospital and the Archdiocese of Agana.
The Rotary Club of Saipan donated rice, canned goods, toilet tissue and butane gas for community members who are unemployed or lost their jobs
The Barrigada mayor’s office donated snacks and candies to the USS Theodore Roosevelt Quality of Life Task Force.