As a platinum sponsor, IT&E Saipan presented Hyatt Regency Saipan’s 23rd Annual Charity Golf Classic with a $1,500 cash donation and two Samsung cellular devices—a Galaxy S10 and Galaxy A8—with three months free 20GB 4G LTE wireless plan, with a total value at $3,500 donation for platinum sponsorship.
The donation from IT&E Saipan will aid this year’s beneficiaries: Make-A-Wish Foundation of Guam and CNMI, 500 Sails, NMI Rollers Basketball Association, Isla Montessori School, and 4H Marianas.
Make-A-Wish grants wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses.
500 Sails seeks to revive traditional Chamorro and Carolinian proa (canoe) construction and sailing;
NMI Rollers Basketball Association promotes the sport of basketball among the CNMI youth.
Isla Montessori School seeks to blur the boundaries between the community and institutional schooling.
4H Marianas promotes agriculture, healthy living, environmental and outdoor learning, STEM, indigenous culture, and creative arts learning within the youth of the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands.
Rob Harrell, IT&E executive director of Customer Operations, said the Hyatt Regency Golf Classic has made an impact on so many lives over the years through its many beneficiaries.
“We’re happy to contribute to their mission of improving and uplifting our community. IT&E remains committed to our community by supporting organizations directly and through events like these,” said Harrell.
Hyatt Regency Saipan general manager Nick K. Nishikawa conveyed the company’s gratitude.
“On behalf of Hyatt Regency Saipan and the 23rd Annual Charity Golf Classic committee, we are thankful for the valuable and continued partnership with IT&E. Through this joint effort we are giving back to the island community that has supported us throughout our 39 years of business.
“Here at Hyatt Regency Saipan we are certain that we can and will continue to make strong impacts for our community and people of the CNMI,” said Nishikawa.
In business since 1979, IT&E provides long- distance, Internet, wireless voice and data services in Guam and the CNMI. (PR)