Tritons Helping Maui

The University of Guam is launching a donation drive to help victims of the
devastating Maui wildfires. 
Beginning today, August 25, UOG will accept monetary donations under the
“Tritons Helping Maui” effort.
“Our UOG Community and the rest of our island community are welcome to pitch in.”
said UOG President Dr. Anita Borja-Enriquez. “ The residents of Maui face a long
road to recovery. Our hearts go out to the Maui community as they begin the path to
rebuilding and healing.” 
This effort will rely heavily on the generosity of students, faculty, administrators and
staff, alumni and retired professors. This invitation to help through Tritons Helping Maui also extends to the Guam community. 
Every dollar donated through Tritons Helping Maui will bring relief to Maui disaster victims.  
Donated amounts will be handed over to the University of Hawai’i Foundation to support their HELP MAUI efforts which donates directly to students, faculty and staff, FEEDING MAUI where they prepare thousands of meals for displaced families, and the MAUI RELIEF FUND that provides immediate cash payments to UH students impacted by the wildfires. 
The University of Guam and the University of Hawaii Manoa have been regional
partners for over 10 years, most notably for a Masters in Social Work program
and an offering of a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering.
“With your donation you can help provide hope to the people of Maui in the midst of
this unimaginable tragedy.” said UOG Endowment Foundation Executive Director
Katrina Perez “Your generosity will be instrumental in helping their community rebuild
their sacred grounds.”

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