St. John’s School held a special ceremony to honor its recent major donors on April 21, 2017.
Recognized donors include Lois Skanse, Dr. Marylou Dulay, Marlyn Oberiano and family, and Docomo Pacific. The St. John’s School administration and Board of Trustees recognized these individuals for their efforts to help enrich the school, and their commitment to further enhance the education of the students and staff. Plaques with individual or company names were permanently added to the St. John’s Giving Wall, and prominently displayed in the main office.
St. John’s School Board of Trustees President, Michael Ysrael, thanked supporters for their generous and much-appreciated donations. “We are very proud to be acknowledging these important donors,” said Ysrael. “As we look back on our achievements over the past year, including our first musical production fundraiser in November, we recognize that these achievements have been made possible through outstanding acts of caring and a commitment to building on the quality of life for people in Guam on the part of these donors.”
For non-profit organizations, one of the most important parts of growing and thriving is donations, whether through giving time, money or much-needed items. This support helps inspire educators and business leaders, connect communities, and encourage a deeper commitment to the education on Guam by ‘giving back’ for the greater common good.
Donors who give to St. John’s School annually, lay the foundation of support that helps move outstanding programming and initiatives forward. Whether it is support for the school’s area of greatest need or a specific named fund, donations make a difference at St. John’s School daily.