Since 1979, Catholic Social Service has been serving the island of Guam through its programs to help families, persons with disabilities, abused adults and children, the elderly, and the homeless. There are special volunteers whose services make a positive and lasting impact on our programs. For our island’s future generations,they leave us a “Legacy of Hope”.
The 2018 Legacy of Hope Brunch will benefit the Catholic Social Service Capital Drive focused on improvements to our existing infrastructures as well as to support our client services. Our goal for this years brunch benefit is $25,000.
During the brunch, we will be highlighting three programs with milestone anniversaries: Alee Children's Shelter celebrating 25 years, Guma San Jose Homeless Shelter celebrating 30 years, and our Thrift Store celebrating its 35th anniversary.