(From left) Joe E. Ayuyu Jr., vice president of McDonalds; Valentino San Gil, president of the Guam Football Association and Divina Evaristo, marketing manager of McDonald’s.
Photo courtesy of McDonald’s of Guam


McDonald’s of Guam donated $4,460 to Clutch Guam, a sports media organization; $2,500 to the United Service Organization Guam, and $2,500 to the Guam Football Association. The donations were made in recognition of McDonald’s 50th Anniversary.

(From left) Joyce Q. Crisostomo, executive director of Cars Plus and immediate past pres-ident; Rose Cahill, assistant treasurer, Christine S Calvo, president, all from the Guam Memorial Hospital Volunteers Association; Mark J. Sablan, vice president for business development of SPPC; Toni Pecon; vice president; and Dorothy Borlas fundraising chair-person, both from the association. Photo courtesy of SPPC

South Pacific Petroleum Corp. donated $6,000 to the Guam Memorial Hospital Volunteers Association, as a result of customer donations to collection jars at 76/Circle K stores. SPPC matched the amount collected. The $6,000 will be used to purchase medical supplies, equipment, and other hospital furnishings.

(From left) Myra Macapagal, officer, Guam Running Club; Fred Yamon, vice president and general manager, Micronesia Mall; Manny Hechanova, vice president; Richard Taitague, president, Elcid Garcia, officer, all from Guam Running Club; Jeselyn Tan Yu, president, Goodwind Development Corp.; Dan Velte, Mark Mantanona, Ana Pangelinan, all officers of Guam Running Club; and Erik Salvador, operations manager, Micronesia Mall.

Goodwind Development Corp. donated $1,000 to the Guam Running Club, in support of upcoming activities.



Officers and personnel of the Charlie Company of the 7th Engineer Battalion of the U.S. Marine Corps deployed to Tinian assisted the Ohala Foundation Inc. with preparing and distributing food distribution donations in Tinian to residents on various occasions, to include at the 2021 Tinian San Jose Fiesta.

Photo courtesy of the Ohala Foundation Inc.

The St. John’s School Environmental Club donated $1,000 to I*Recycle Guam. The donation will be used to purchase a recycling bin for another Guam school.


The Dusit Thani Resort Guam donated a certificate for a one-night, ocean-view stay to the USS Asheville Family Readiness Group. The certificate was valued at $340.


Atkins Kroll Inc. through the company’s “Community Matters” program donated $1,914 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation Guam & CNMI.

Atkins Kroll also donated $1,914 to i*recycle.


Sailors from various commands and others from Naval Base Guam cleaned and prepared the Guam Veterans Cemetery in Piti in preparation for the Memorial Day ceremony on May 31.


Dr. Thomas Shieh of Dr. Shieh’s Clinic donated $1,500 to the Boonie Flight Project, a new nonprofit organization that aims to help combat the stray dog overpopulation problem on Guam. The Boonie Flight Project focuses its efforts on flying puppies off island to homes in the U.S. mainland.


TakeCare Insurance Co. Inc. and the FHP Health Center presented cakes to the Guam Memorial Hospital Authority, Guam Regional Medical City, and the Commonwealth Healthcare Corp.. in Saipan in celebration of National Hospital Week.


Triple J Auto Group donated a Ford F-150 STX Supercab truck to support i*recycle program efforts.


The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Guam hosted a “Let Taiwan Help: Beach Clean-up” at Gov. Joseph Flores Memorial Beach Park, also known as Ypao Beach Park. The TECO office provided gloves and trash bags for the clean-up, and water and visors for volunteers.

Mark Wang, a student at St. John’s School, spearheaded a fundraiser for Make-a-Wish Guam and CNMI through Pieology Pizzeria.


Nineteen high school students in Rota High School’s Asian Invasion Club participated in beach cleanup projects at Teteto Beach and Guata Beach on Tinian. The volunteer effort was in cooperation with the Marianas Visitors Authority. The group collected nearly 125 pounds of trash. mbj