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TSL Foundation donates food items to community members

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THE Tan Siu Lin Foundation donated $3,500 worth of food items, which the Lions Club International District 204 Region 2 distributed to community members on Sunday.

Each of the care packages contained cereal, fresh milk, juice boxes, peanut butter, and three flavors of Spam.

Region 2 chairperson Annamae Adaza said members of the six clubs under Region 2 distributed the care packages to 202 families and individuals in Kagman, Koblerville, Chalan Kanoa, San Antonio, Dandan, and Garapan.

Members of the six Lions Clubs under the Lions Club International District 204 Region 2 and its president Annamae Adaza show the care packages donated by Tan Siu Lin Foundation before distributing them to community members in the different villages of Saipan. 

“We are so grateful for the donation of TSL Foundation, especially Tan Holdings president and CEO Jerry Tan and the foundation’s executive director, Merlie Tolentino, for accommodating our request,” Adaza said.

This was the fourth round of care package distribution conducted by the Lions Club International District 204 Region 2 to assist community members who were affected by the Covid-19 crisis on Saipan, Adaza added.

For her part, Tolentino said the Tan Siu Lin Foundation is thankful to the Lions for reaching out to people who really need help.

Tolentino said the foundation likewise donated cash and goods to other civic organizations that can facilitate the distribution of care packages.

Adaza said she is also thankful to the district’s first vice governor-elect Atoy Banting, the two zone chairs Al Cabael and Argie Buensalido, and the  presidents of the six clubs: Eden Mercado, Saipan Fil-American Lions Club; Elizabeth Escober, Saipan Unity Lions Club; Ladyvir Canape, Saipan Marianas Lions Club; Danny Robles, Saipan Alliance Lions Club; Manny Castro, Saipan Natibu Lions Club; and Arceli Lizama, Saipan Centennial Lions Club.

 

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