McDonald’s donates $5K to MCS

Posted on Feb 25 2020


McDonald’s Saipan owner/operator Marcia E. Ayuyu, right, presents a check for $5,000 that will be used to aid Mount Carmel School students. Receiving the donation are, from left, MCS president Dr. Galvin Deleon Guerrero, Maria Ayuyu, Bernard Marcelo, Trinity Cruz, and John San Nicolas at the Mount Carmel School last Feb. 21. (JUSTINE NAUTA)

McDonald’s Saipan recently gave the Mount Carmel School $5,000—the maximum amount allowed as an education tax credit donation—that will be used to fund the school’s academic programs and student services and support upcoming student life events.

MCS also intends to use the money to have more events that will benefit the school and student to student interactions.

Marcia E. Ayuyu, McDonald’s Saipan owner/operator, who recently turned over the donation to the school, said that the company appreciates Mount Carmel School’s work to provide students a Catholic education.

MCS president Dr. Galvin Deleon Guerrero said that McDonald’s has always been a major supporter of education, “and we are grateful for the company’s long-time support of MCS.”

He also pointed out that the Ayuyu family, which owns McDonald’s Saipan, has always shown its support by sending all of their four children to MCS, where they graduated and that it is very meaningful for the Ayuyu children to be a part of a long-time legacy at MCS.

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