Customers of Guam Fast Food Inc., which does business as KFC in Guam, donated $8,000 to KFC restau-rants from February to September for Harvest House Guam. Photo courtesy of Guam Fast Food Inc.


The Guam Power Authority held a Canned Food and Supply Drive at its Fadian office location during Public Power Week. The goods were donated to the Salvation Army Guam and will go directly to individuals in need of assistance.
The drive was supported GPA management and staff, board mem-bers of the Consolidated Commission on Utilities, Guam Waterworks Authority management and staff, Marianas Energy Corp., Bank of Guam, GPA families and GPA customers. Photo courtesy of the Guam Power Authority


(From left) Didi Woodruff, AK Sales Associate; Kim Calage, AK Sales Associate; Michael
A. White, attorney with the Law Offices of Michael A. White LLC and board member of the Northern Marians Humanities Council; Maggie Sablan, program manager; Naomi Tudela, program coordinator, both with the Humanities Council; Kevin Barnes, AK sales manager; Leo Pangelinan, executive director at the Humanities Council; Trina Cruz, AK marketing and communications director; Maria Lourdes Berueco, AK finance and insurance manager; Liza Taylor, AK sales associate; and Kevin Ada, AK sales associate. Photo courtesy of Atkins Kroll Saipan

Atkins Kroll donated $1,000 to the Northern Marianas Humanities Council as part of its Community Matters Program.
Atkins Kroll also collaborated with the Public School System in the
Northern Mariana Islands in renovating and repainting a school bus stop
shelter on Beach Road in Garapan, near the Saipan Computer Services
building.
The auto dealer is also lighting its showrooms in red in support of the
anti-drug campaign during Red Ribbon week.


(From left) Octavia Cruz, program coordinator for Alee Shelter; and Dean Huntsman, region-al vice president for operations, Dusit Thani Guam Resort.
Photo courtesy of Atkins Kroll Saipan

Dusit Guam employees supported the Alee Shelter through a Summer Snack Drive of food items including chips, fruit snacks, boxed juices, cookies, crackers, granola bars, chocolates, boxed milk, puddings and cereals.

The value of the snack donations was close to $5,000.


Ann Marie Pelobello, president of Osh Solutions Guam and past president of the National Women in Construction’s Guam Chapter, and Mark J. Sablan, vice president of business development for South Pacific Petroleum Corp. Photo courtesy of South Pacific Petroleum Corp.

South Pacific Petroleum Corp. donated $500 to the National Association of Women in Construction’s Guam Chapter.


Public Private Partners of the Governor’s Council of Economic Advisers refurbished medians, bus stops, and parking lots throughout Rota, Tinian, and Saipan.

Participants included 4H in Rota, the Tinian delegation and military volunteers, the Indigenous Affairs Office in Saipan, the Saipan Magalahi Eagles Club and Saipan Magahaga Lady Eagles Group, and Duty Free Saipan.

 

Docomo Pacific Inc. sponsored the Rota Festival with a donation that included $5,000, a booth at the festival and attendance at the event.

In addition, from Oct. 15 through Nov. 15, Docomo customers in Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands can support relief efforts through text. To give, text “ARC” to 4357 (HELP) for a donation of $10, with 100% of the funds donated directly to the Guam Chapter of the American Red Cross and the Northern Mariana Chapter of the American Red Cross.

The Red Cross is also accepting donations through Alexa with Amazon pay.

 

Honhui Group of Taiwan donated 24 ASUS laptops to the UOG Asia Pacific Studies Center.

 

The Rotary e-Club of Pago Bay donated more than 70 sets of children’s picture dictionaries to elementary school students, librarians, and administrators at Guam Department of Education Schools. The presentation was made at P.C. Lujan Elementary School in Barrigada.

 

South Pacific Petroleum Corp. donated $1,500 and $500 worth of gas cards to the Guam Memorial Volunteers Association towards the amount being raised to purchase two vital pieces of equipment for the hospital’s Respiratory Care Department. The gas cards will be prizes for GMHVA’s Thanksgiving Raffle fundraising event.

 

Docomo Pacific Inc. sponsored Påtgon – Guam’s first kids-only Jiu-Jitsu tournament for children aged from four years to 17 years of age, at the University of Guam Calvo Field House.

 

The Westin Resort Guam held a “Let’s Drink to Pink” campaign in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. For every purchase of the Starbucks Pink Drink at The Mix, $2 was donated to Guam Cancer Care.

 

The Children’s Ark donated $7,500 to Sanctuary Inc. of Guam.

The Children’s Ark is a new non-profit organization whose mission is “to protect and preserve the well-being of children.” The funds were raised though the first annual Zombie Run 2k/5k on Oct 15. The event was the first fundraiser for The Children’s Ark, hosted by RE/MAX Micronesia and NEWGEN Physical Therapy. 

 

South Pacific Petroleum Corp. donated $1,000 to the Japan Club of Guam for the Autumn Festival. The proceeds of the Autumn Festival are donated to the elementary and junior high school of the Japanese School of Guam. mbj