Vitamin Donation by Nadia Babauta
Members of CSS Program Advisory Board during the December 2014 quarterly meeting.
The YMLG Ladies Auxiliary presented their annual donation to Alee Women's & Children's Shelter. The organization has been donating to the Alee programs for over 15 years.
On behalf of Miss World Guam 3rd Runner Up Mariana Sizemore, representatives from the Beauty World Guam Organization presented a check to Alee Shelter acting program manager Paula Perez.
Ian Corporation donated $3,000 to the CSS Adult Day Care program. Ian Corporation is a full-service general contractor that has been doing business in Guam since 2005.
TakeCare Foundation awarded $5,000.00 to Catholic Social Service for two coin-operated washer and dryer for the LIHENG Elderly Housing complex in Barrigada.
Students from J.Q. San Miguel Elementary School held a food drive in November 2014 and donated to CSS food pantry. A general assembly was held in the school cafeteria to present the donations to CSS.
Diana Calvo, Catholic Social Service Executive Director, receives a donation from the International Women's Club at their monthly membership meeting in May.
Canned food donations from Payless Supermarkets and their distributors.
IAN CORPORATION DONATED 1 Thousand to CSS
IAN CORPORATION DONATED 3 Thousand to Adult Day Care
Participants of the Santa Rita Senior Center donated food and dry goods to CSS food pantry.
Atkins Kroll Inc. sponsors of the 5K Run for Hope & Charity presented a check to Catholic Social Service in June 2013. The race will take place on July 27, 2013 at Chamorro Village.
Notre Dame High School students volunteered December 5, 2014, and prepared 250 food bags and 20 food boxes for distribution to needy families during the Christmas season.
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Barrigada, Guam 96913
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In advance of Domestic Violence Awareness month in October, The Mary Kay Foundation grants 150 domestic violence shelters in all 50 states, the Disctrict of Colombia, Puerto Rico and Guam. Each shelter will Receive a $20,0000 grant to maintain critical services and programs.