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Pay-Less combats hunger on Guam

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 by Jolene Toves

Guam - Pay-Less Markets concluded its 6th annual Small Change, Big Difference charity campaign today by presenting a check to local charities in an effort to fight the problem of hunger in Guam. Pay-Less Markets executive vice president, Kathy Sgro said, "We can direct residents to some of these nonprofit organizations such as Kamalen Karidat, Catholic Social Services, and the Salvation Army, and as a result of our collective effort today, I am really pleased that we are able to donate a grand total of 25,000 dollars in product and cash donations."

The money was raised by contributions from payless customers at the counter, as well as through product donations from various corporate sponsors.

Charities will use these funds to continue their missions of assisting all those who are less fortunate receive basic necessities such as food, water, and clothing.
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