Micronesia Brokers Inc., a distributor of Fonterra New Zealand, donated more than 300 cases of Anchor milk to the Salvation Army Guam Corps. and the Archdiocese of Agana’s Ministry to the Homeless.

The Feed the Need initiative, which was organized by The Guam Daily Post and Frank Blas & Associates Inc., distributed 1,000 food bags to families in need.

The following firms and individuals that contributed are MedPharm, Bank of Guam, Pacific Grocers, Happy Mart, Honolulu Cookie Co., SUP Stand Up Co., Ayuda Foundation, James Espaldon, JoeJohn Mantanona, David Crisostomo, Samantha Brennan, David Morcilla, Raymond Blas, Vince Borja, Benjamin J. Cruz, Yvie Blas Ananich, Nona Perez, Jess Rosales, Rodolfo B. “Ching” Batimana, Tillie Blas, William Payne and Aiga Payne, Nia Perez, Kaydence Perez, Power 98 (Shimmy Shack), Edna Topasna, Jason Davis, Yigo Mayor Rudy M. Matanane, Yigo Vice Mayor Anthony P. Sanchez and Steven A. Kasperbauer.

The Australian Embassy donated $5,000 to the Palau International Coral Reef Center for the production of its 2021 “Saving Our Oceans from Plastic Pollution” Arts and Tides calendar.

Lotte Hotel Guam provided more than 400 free lunch meals to frontliners.

The Republic of China (Taiwan) donated 200,000 surgical face masks from China Medical University Hospital to healthcare and frontline workers in Guam.

Takagi & Associates Inc.’s Saipan branch and Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Co. Ltd. donated $15,000 to the Commonwealth Healthcare Corp.

Takagi & Associates Inc.’s Guam branch donated $30,000 to the Guam Medical Society.

The P.D. Hemlani Foundation Ltd. donated 300 care packages to the Guam Department of Public Health and Social Services’ Division of Senior Citizens.

Harvest Christian Academy students from its 18 student clubs donated $1,800 to Guam Regional Medical City for supplies.

USO Guam donated hundreds of care packages for Guam Army National Guard members currently serving in support of the COVID-19 pandemic response. mbj

(From left) Brent Deleon Guerrero, brand owner, Docomo Pacific; and Parker Yobei, director of the Northern Mariana Islands’ Department of Community and Cultural Affairs

Photo courtesy of Docomo Pacific

Docomo Pacific donated $2,500 to the Flame Tree Arts Festival, which is spearheaded by the NMI Department of Community and Cultural Affairs.

(From left) Katrina Perez, executive director, University of Guam Endowment Foundation; Rev. Michael Crisostomo; Rev. Ronald S. Richards, both of the Archdiocese of Agana; and Thomas W. Krise, president, UOG.

Photo courtesy of the University of Guam

The University of Guam Endowment Foundation donated 700 isolation gowns to Guam Memorial Hospital and 100 gowns to the Archdiocese of Agana.
The gowns were purchased with $10,000 raised during the UOG Live Stream Telethon for COVID-19 Relief on April 8 and through an additional $30,000 raised in an effort led by Peter Sgro Jr.
Donors include Ada’s Trust and Investment Inc., the Rotary Club of Tumon Bay, Guam Premier Outlets and the UOG Endowment Foundation.