Matson and its nonprofit organization partners celebrated the fifth anniversary of their Adahi I Tano' program with a cleanup at Adelup Park.

Adahi I Tano', which means "caring for the land" in CHamoru, was developed to encourage nonprofits to perform cleanup efforts that benefit the environment, while concurrently raising money for their causes, according to Matson.

Bernie Valencia, Matson vice president and general manager for Guam and Micronesia, led the effort.

Valencia said Matson's donations have exceeded $165,000 in the past five years.


(Daily Post Staff)