Press Releases

Pay-Less Community Foundation Supports Non-Profit Organizations

Wednesday, September 14, 2022 - Hagåtña Guam - Pay-Less Community Foundation presented checks to the Guam Memorial Hospital Volunteers Association & The American Cancer Society.

“The Pay-Less Markets Community Foundation, through our drop box program & rummage sale, is happy to present these checks to the American Cancer Society and the Guam Memorial Hospital Volunteers Association. We are happy to help these organizations continue the wonderful work they do in our community and grateful to all who gave so generously.” - Marie Benito, Pay-Less Markets Community Foundation President.

With the help of their customers and the efforts of their employees, Pay-Less raised funds to support the work provided by the Guam Memorial Hospital Volunteers Association (GMHVA). Pay-Less thanks all the customers who donated through the donation boxes throughout the month of June. Representing the GMHVA are President Toni Pecon, Recording Secretary Tammy Apuya, and Immediate Past President Christine Calvo.

Through Pay-Less' Annual Rummage Sale, employees raised money to help support cancer awareness and survivorship for the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life. Representing the American Cancer Society is Ed Lee.

About Pay-Less Markets Community Foundation
Officially incorporated in 2006, the Pay-Less Community Foundation was established to better serve the community and maximize available resources to support our non-profit agencies in becoming more effective in the delivery of services to meet our communities’ needs. The Pay- Less Community Foundation aims to improve the quality of life of the people of Guam and focuses on the areas of health, education, social services, and the environment.