IPI’s relief and recovery work on Saipan


Imperial Pacific International (CNMI) LLC’s Corporate Social Responsibility Team has expanded its outreach by assisting the community in its recovery work following the devastation of Super Typhoon Yutu.

From Nov. 2 to 15, Imperial Pacific’s Corporate Social Responsibility program aided the CNMI community through a pioneering initiative called the Community Service Program.

With over 100 Imperial Pacific employees enrolled in the program, Imperial Pacific’s CSR program was able to deploy volunteers to various missions in support and in partnership with various organizations’ relief and recovery work.

Through the Community Service Program, Imperial Pacific was able to provide volunteer work that includes: preparation of public schools that will serve as long-term shelters, distribution of food, water and personal hygiene items to households, restoration of the damaged collection of the Joeten-Kiyu Public Library, partnered with the Marianas Young Professionals in village cleanup and food distribution, partnered with the CNMI Public School System in ensuring public schools are ready for re-opening, Tank Beach and Marine Beach cleanup, volunteer work with Salvation Army, and assisting in the distribution of relief goods in the northern, southern and central villages of Saipan. (PR)

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