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The KUAM CareForce is Pacific Telestations, LLC community service initiative.  Through annual donations of thousands of dollars in airtime for community public service media campaigns, to sponsorship of charity fundraisers, to participation in community events, our community contributions are unparalleled.  Our community partners include a host of non-profit organizations, including:

  • The Salvation Army

  • The American Cancer Society

  • The Edward M. Calvo Cancer Foundation

  • The Guam Medical Association

  • Catholic Social Services

  • The Guam Humanities Council

  • Special Olympics Guam

  • Saint Baldrick’s Foundation

  • The Rigalu Foundation

And many more...

The KUAM Careforce also hosts an annual awards ceremony “The KUAM Careforce Honors” which highlights the selfless contributions to Guam’s unsung community heroes. We continue to be an advocate for many worthwhile causes in our community. From building awareness through the media, hosting community events, and taking action, fostering a sense of service and respect is at the heart of what we do. We hope to inspire others to do what they can to make a difference as well!

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