Pay-Less Markets has donated $12,000 to the Guam Medical Association for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) supplies.
The funds will be used to buy PPEs for frontline healthcare workers to protect them from COVID-19.
In a release, Pay-Less says they recognized the shortage of PPE on Guam and the need to help fill the supply gap.
The company says it is committed to supporting the local community by providing customers with essential items in a clean and safe environment, as well as donating to organizations that are responding to this pandemic.
About Pay-Less Supermarkets
Pay-Less Supermarkets, Inc. was established in 1950. From just one modest store, it has grown to eight stores with locations in Maite, Yigo, Dededo, Micronesia Mall, Sinajaña, Oka, Mangilao and Sumay. Pay-Less is proud to serve the community by providing the “Greatest customer value every single day”.
For more information, please visit www.paylessmarkets.com.