McDonald’s Saipan donates $5,000 to Mount Carmel School

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(MCS) — To aid in Mount Carmel School’s fundraising efforts, McDonald’s Saipan recently donated $5,000 in Education Tax Credit to the institution. The purpose of the donation is to assist MCS in academic programs, services, and annual student-life events. Mount Carmel School is especially grateful to McDonald’s Saipan for its continued support of the school.

McDonald’s Saipan recently donated $5,000 in Education Tax Credit to Mount Carmel School. From left: MCS president Dr. Galvin Deleon Guerrero, MCS students Maria Ayuyu, Bernard Marcelo, Trinity Cruz, and John San Nicolas and McDonald’s owner/operator Marcia E. Ayuyu.  MCS photo

“McDonald’s has always been a major supporter of education, and we are grateful for the company’s long-time support of MCS,” shared MCS president Dr. Galvin Deleon Guerrero. “The Ayuyu family, themselves, have shown continued support by sending all four of their children to MCS and have them a part of that long-time legacy is meaningful to us at MCS.”

Mrs. Marcia E. Ayuyu, McDonald’s Saipan owner/operator shared, “We appreciate Mount Carmel School’s work to provide students a Catholic education.”

She continued, “McDonald’s donation is to assist MCS to provide more for the academic programs and services to its students as well as support upcoming student life events.”

For information about Mount Carmel School’s available programs and services, visit www.mountcarmelsaipan.com.

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