The Joeten Daidai Foundation and Bank of Guam both donated $5,000 towards the American Red Cross Club 200 fundraiser.

 

McDonald’s of Guam donated meals to the Guam Memorial Hospital’s night shift.

 

Lotte Duty Free donated $1,000 to The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle campaign. $581 of the funds came from travelers who passed through the A.B. Won Pat International Airport, Guam in the first quarter of 2020 and dropped their change into a donation box set up by Lotte. Lotte rounded up and added $419 to make the $1,000.

 

Mobil Oil Marianas donated $1,000 to the Ohala Foundation of the Marianas Islands.

 

The 2020 Toys for Tots campaign donated more than 9,800 toys collected on Guam and contributed over $74,000 to various stores across island.

 

Genpro International Inc. and its associates donated personal protective equipment and snack items to the Dededo Senior Citizens Center.

 

Calvo’s Insurance Underwriters Inc., in partnership with Brewed Awakenings, offered free 16 oz. cups of coffee or drinks to frontline healthcare workers and first responders.

 

Calvo’s Insurance also donated California Pizza Kitchen gift certificated to Harvest House — one for each of Guam’s 37 foster families.

 

The Pacific Islands Bilingual-Bicultural Association’s Guam chapter donated baby formula and diapers for the babies at the Global Dorm Hotel at the Catholic Social Services.

 

The Bank of Guam, through its Heroes, Hope and Heart program, donated a total of $25,000 to local, unsung heroes.

 

I Hagan Famalåo’an Guåhan, Inc. coordinated a donation drive of school supplies. More than 100 reusable bags containing school supplies were assembled and provided to the Head Start Central Office, for delivery to students at H.S. Truman Elementary School, Inarajan Elementary School, M. Sablan Elementary School, M.U. Lujan Elementary School, Merizo Martyrs Elementary School, P.C. Lujan Elementary School, and Talofofo Elementary School.

Each bag included a face mask, crayons, color pencils, construction paper, glue, pencils with a pencil case, notebooks, filler paper, folders, book covers, a ruler, and a flashlight.

 

Docomo Pacific Inc. donated diapers to the Veteran of Foreign Wars Holiday Drive for children currently residing in the GovGuam Homeless shelter.

 

Docomo Pacific also donated face masks and hand sanitizer to the Mañe’lu’s first Holiday Hygiene Supply Drive.

 

The 624th Aerospace Medicine Flight of the U.S. Air Force Reserve donated three CPR mannequins to the University of Guam’s Global Learning & Engagement office and UOG’s School of Health for training.

 

The Guam Bar Association of Governors held a holiday event in which Santa delivered gifts to the island’s children. Utilizing funds intended for an annual holiday party, along with monetary and in-kind donations, GBA was able to purchase essential items and gifts to make this holiday special for families who have experienced recent hardships. mbj


(From left) Tom Mazzei, sales director, Atkins Kroll; Alexander Hammett, president, Atkins Kroll; Cpl. Andrew Hill, U.S. Marine Corps.; and Joel Lesh, aftersales director, Atkins Kroll; with boxes of toys.

Atkins Kroll Guam donated boxes of children’s toys to the U.S. Marine Corps. Reserve Toys for Tots program.

 

 

Peter Lai, vice president, Quality Distributors and past vice president, CCC; Jane Kwok, president, Fashion Bride and director, CCC; Peter Chui, owner, Designer’s Focus Inc. and executive vice president, CCC; George Chiu, executive vice president, Tan Holdings and president, CCC; Jack Chan, owner, Home Mart Guam and vice president, CCC; Brian Chan, son of Jack Chan; and Jianhui Qin, director, CCC dropping of a toy donation on Dec. 10.
Photo courtesy of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce

The Chinese Chamber of Commerce held its annual toy drive for the the Salvation Army of the Hawaiian and Pacific Islands.

 

 

(From left) Kristine R. Lujan, vice president of marketing; Yolanda Padrones, human resources director; both from Triple J Enterprises Inc. Eric Tydingco, president and CEO of Make-A-Wish Guam & CNMI; Jay B. Jones, senior vice president at Triple J and board member of Make-A-Wish; and Chris Duenas, chief financial officer of Triple J; during the check presentation on Dec. 11.
Photo courtesy of Triple J

Triple J donated more than $3,6000 to Make-A-Wish Guam & CNMI. The funds came from Triple J’s employee elective payroll deduction program.

 

 

(From left) Paula Perez Siguenza, deputy director of Catholic Social Services; Raven Sablan, merchandising assistant at IT&E; and Diana Calvo, executive director of Catholic Social Services, receiving the smartphones donation on Dec. 1.
Photo courtesy of IT&E

IT&E donated six smartphones to Catholic Social Services. Members of the organization used the devices to communicate as they coordinated the curb-side distribution of 1,000 bags of food from the organization’s Barrigada facility.

IT&E also donated an iPhone 12 mini with two months of free service, valued at more than $1,000, to the Pink Ball, supporting Harvest House and Guam Cancer Center.