Guam – Pay-Less Supermarkets has announced that its customers have donated $4,500 to the “Small Change, Big Difference” charity campaign.
The campaign is one of the ways that Pay-Less its customers unite to help end the problem of hunger here on Guam.
Since the beginning of the campaign in November, Pay-Less customers have had the opportunity to participate by donating $1, $5 or $10 throughout the holidays. On January 8th, Pay-Less presented 3 checks to Kamalen Karidat, Catholic Social Services, and The Salvation Army totaling $4,500.
[From left: Kelley Lutcher of Salvation Army, Kamerin Pereira, Pay-Less, Captain Mike Lutcher of Salvation Army, Kathy Sgro, Pay-Less Executive Vice President, Diana Calvo of Catholic Social Services, Deacon Tenorio of Kamalen Karidat, Carina Pegarido, Pay-Less Marketing Manager, Mike Benito, Pay-Less General Manager]
About Pay-Less Supermarkets:
Pay-Less Supermarkets, Inc. was established 1950 as a member of Guam’s business community. From just one modest store, it has grown to seven stores with location in Hagatna, Yigo, Dededo, Micromall, Oka, Sinajana, and Mangilao. Pay-Less is proud to serve the community by providing the “Greatest customer value every single day”