KFC Guam, its customers help charitable organization

DONATION TO SOUP KITCHEN: Thanks to the generous contributions of KFC Guam’s customers, KFC collected $6,198 this year to help the nonprofit formerly called Kusinan Kamalen or Kamalen Karidat, which is now officially called the Ministry to the Homeless soup kitchen and thift store, both in Hagåtña. Annually, the KFC team helps feed the less fortunate and conducts activities such as rummage sale and car wash to raise funds for the nonprofit, KFC stated in a press release. Over the last 13 years, KFC Guam’s customers have contributed more than $85,000 to this and other charity programs supported by KFC. Ministry to the Homeless Director Doris Royal, third from left, is shown receiving the check from the KFC Guam team. Photo courtesy of KFC Guam