Roil Soil donates $3K to MINA, Crime Stoppers


Left to right, Roil Soil Clothing’s Peter Aldan, Micronesia Islands Natural Alliance executive director Roberta Guerrero, Tasi Watch community ranger Kaiza Lucido, program manager Becky Furey, and Roil Soil Clothing owner Shayne Villanueva. (Contributed Photos)

Roil Soil Clothing recently donated $3,000 in proceeds from its first Slosh Golf Tournament to the Micronesia Islands Natural Alliance and the CNMI Crime Stoppers program.

“We are always looking for ways to give back directly to charities locally,” said Roil Soil Clothing owner Shayne Villanueva.

The company has previously worked with MINA; this is their first time working with the CNMI Crime Stoppers.

“MINA is appreciative of Roil Soil’s commitment to the environment. It’s community support such as this that makes it possible for MINA to fulfill our mission of empowering communities for conservation,” MINA executive director Roberta Guerrero said.

Left to right, front row: Mike Yang, Joe Guerrero, Peter Callaghan of Crime Stoppers and Shayne Villanueva of Roil Soil. Back row, left to right, James Arenovski, Brian Clayton of Crime Stoppers and Peter Aldan of Roil Soi

CNMI Crime Stoppers board member Brian Clayton thanked Roil Soil Clothing for the generous donation. “Crime Stoppers is always looking for funding and ways to keep the program going. …We are excited to receive the funds as they will go a long way,” Clayton said.

“We will continue to do what we can for our public programs as a private organizer of this event,” Villanueva said. He said that their next event will support the local chapter of the Girl Scouts and more information will come soon.

Marc Venus | Reporter
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