GUAM1 Beer continues their â€šGUAM1 â€“ 1 penny for 1 canâ€˜ donation scheme, with a $500 product donation to FARM TO TABLE GUAM CORP from GUAM1 distributor The Island King Imports. At The Beach Bar, Gun Beach, Cassie Brady, Project Administration Assistant of Farm to Table, accepts check from GUAM1 Girl Mariah Martinez.
GUAM1 Beer continues their â€˜GUAM1 â€“ 1 penny for 1 canâ€™ donation scheme, with a $500 product donation to MICRONESIAN CONSERVATION COALITION from distributor The Island King Imports. Julie Hartup, Founder and Executive Director of Micronesian Conservation Coalition, said they were surprised and pleased to be selected for the donation, adding that they would use the funds to purchase plankton nets allowing further research of Guamâ€™s aquatic environment in the lab and classrooms.
In front of the MCC Office in East Agana Bay.
From left: Belinda Baird, Administrative Director, Franklin Cruz, GUAM1 Beer Spokesman, Julie Hartup, Founder of MCC, and Ajette Manabat, Intern.
Esther Reyes, Store Manager of Circle K Sun Plaza and Dededo stores, received the donation to Relay For Life on behalf of Team SPPC from GUAM1 Girl Joy Redota. The Island King Imports is proud to partner with Team SPPC in supporting the American Cancer Societyâ€˜s local community.
Relay For Life represents the hope that those lost to cancer will never be forgotten, that those who face cancer will be supported, and that one day cancer will be eliminated.
Paul John Cruz, Vice President of Guam Moms Helping Moms and Families, received the donation of toilet tissue and paper towels at Guam Moms Helping Moms and Families new Headquarters in Tamuning from GUAM1 Girl Amanda Ensminger and Spokesperson Michael Wolford. Paul said the items would be warmly welcomed by the families who utilize the organization to assist their families in times of need.
This donation to the HurÃ¥o Academy marks the fourth $500 donation given since the inception of the donation program.
School children received the check from GUAM1 Rep Michael Wolford, and Director Ms. Ann Marie Arceo said the funds would be used to purchase much needed supplies for the school, which is currently planning to become a charter school in 2015 and 2016.
Hui Nalu Ocean Club received a $500 donation from GUAM1 for their superb work in promoting Guamâ€˜s beautiful beaches on an international scale! The Club members pitched in and cleaned up Talofofo Bay on this sunny Sunday, with visiting junior women pro surfers taking an active role in the clean-up.
Our â€š1 penny for 1 canâ€™ donation scheme continues, with a $500 donation to the UOG Marine Lab. Professor Terry J Donaldson received the check on behalf of the Marine Lab, and said the funds would be used to help a graduate student deliver a conference on practices in conservation.
GUAM1 Beer is an original brand lager-style beer, made exclusively for the Guam market, using the finest ingredients in the USA. Its design embodies the spirit of Guam, with elements including palm trees, an underwater scene, and the Gadao cave drawings. The beerâ€™s slogan is â€˜Sen Paireâ€™, a Chamorro phrase, which can be translated as â€˜Championâ€™.
The â€˜GUAM1 â€“ 1 penny for 1 canâ€™ donation scheme will see check donations presented to local organizations which have a focus on preserving Guamâ€™s unique natural and cultural environments, with the donation amounts based on the number of cans and bottles of GUAM1 sold.
This donation to the University of Guam Marine Lab marks the second $500 donation given since the inception of the donation program.
Professor Terry J Donaldson received the check from GUAM1 Girl Rebecca Travis, and said the funds would be used to help education efforts to teach practices in conservation.
You can buy GUAM1 Beer at many retail stores and restaurants, so check it out today; but instead of toasting â€˜Cheers!â€™ or â€˜Kanpai!â€™, GUAM1 beer tastes gof mungi when toasted with â€˜Sen Paire!â€™
GUAM1 Girl Rebecca Travis presents a $500 check donation to Professor Terry J. Donaldson of the University of Guam Marine Lab.
The â€šGUAM1 â€“ 1 penny for 1 canâ€˜ donation scheme will see check donations presented to local Non-Profit Organizations which have a focus on preserving Guamâ€™s unique natural and cultural environments, with the donation amounts based on the number of cans and bottles of GUAM1 sold.
Marianas Resource Conservation & Development Council President Ms. Peggy Denney is pleased to be the first recipient of a GUAM1 donation. Stay tuned for details on how the funds were put to use!