Dyncorp Int’l donates $500 to Ohala Foundation

Posted on Feb 23 2021

Camp Tinian will be the housing facility for future military exercises on the island. Dyncorp is handling all the logistics management for the U.S. Naval Construction Battalion, better known as the Navy Seabees, on Tinian. (CONTRIBUTED PHOTO)

Dyncorp International, which provides logistics services and mission readiness for the U.S. military and its allies, recently donated $500 to the Ohala Foundation on Tinian.

According to a foundation statement, the donation will go toward the efforts of providing meals, clothing, medical support, and training programs for the people of the Marianas.

“Support from community partners like Dyncorp International is critical right now. They’re a fine example of corporate citizens and we thank them for their commitment in making a lasting impact in our community,” said Phillip Mendiola-Long, chairman of the Ohala Foundation. “Our efforts and goals can go much farther whenever we receive assistance from companies such as Dyncorp International. Thank you to them and Mark Rozycki and his team for their help.”

The Ohala Foundation has provided assistance to over 300 families that are facing food shortages and would like to thank those generous sponsors and the community for their support. The foundation is currently offering a raffle to assist those most in need and would like to invite the community to enter the raffle by visiting ohalafoundation.org. Interested donors can reach out to the foundation by visiting ohalafoundation.org or by calling (670) 433-2664. (PR)

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