Atkins Kroll donates to Make-A-Wish Foundation


From left, Mark Sablan, Atkins Kroll sales consultant; Kevin Ada, AK sales consultant; Kevin Barnes, AK sales manager; Patty Palacios, MAW board member; Liza Taylor, AK sales consultant; Jay Santos, MAW board member; Carlene Sablan, MAW board member; “Didi” Junping Woodruff, AK sales consultant; Kim Calage, AK sales consultant; and Joel Lesh, AK vice president and general manager. (CONTRIBUTED PHOTO)

Atkins Kroll Saipan and its Community Matters program donated $1,000 to representatives of the Make-A-Wish Foundation yesterday in the Toyota showroom.

“We hope that today’s donation will assist in making a wish come true for one of the CNMI’s children facing a critical illness. While the CNMI and the rest of the world are still dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, we tend to forget that children in our community face severe challenges of serious health conditions. Our donation also includes our thoughts and well-wishes for speedy recoveries,” said Joel Lesh, AK Saipan vice president and general manager.

The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Guam & CNMI serves the islands of Guam and the Northern Marianas, granting the wishes of medically eligible children who are between the ages of 2-1/2 and 18.

Community Matters is Atkins Kroll’s “care for the community” program. Its purpose is to contribute value and support where possible to non-profit organizations or endeavors in their charitable or community pursuit to help make the CNMI a better place to live, work, and play. Atkins Kroll will accept nominations for its next $1,000 donation from non-profit organizations and other community endeavors. (PR)

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