UOG Endowment Foundation donates 700 isolation gowns to GMH, 100 to the Archdiocese

(Standing, from left) Katrina Perez, executive director, UOG Endowment Foundation; Alma Siapengco, infection control officer; Don Rabanal, assistant administrator of administrative services, both with GMH; Thomas W. Krise, president, UOG; Yvonne Damian, infection control preventionist, GMH; Margaret Hattori-Uchima, dean, UOG School of Health; Lola Pangelinan, materials management administrator, GMH; (kneeling, from left) Eduardo Biala Jr., program coordinator; Donicio Maanao, program coordinator; and Maricris Naranjo, volunteer, all three with GMH. (Photo courtesy of University of Guam)

The University of Guam Endowment Foundation has donated 700 isolation gowns to Guam Memorial Hospital. Another 100 isolation gowns were donated to the Archdiocese of Agana.

The gowns were purchased with funds raised during the UOG Live Stream Telethon for COVID-19 Relief on April 8 and through an additional fundraising effort for the UOG Endowment Foundation led by Peter Sgro Jr.

Fathers Mike Crisostomo, left center, and Ron Richards, right center, of the Archdiocese of Agana receive a donation of 100 isolation gowns from Katrina Perez, executive director of the University of Guam Endowment Foundation, and Thomas W. Krise, UOG president on June 10. (Photo courtesy of University of Guam)

Donors include Ada’s Trust and Investments, the Rotary Club of Tumon Bay, Guam Premier Outlets, and the UOG Endowment Foundation.