IT&E rallies behind causes

Posted on May 01 2019

Telecommunications firm IT&E supports the Commonwealth Cancer Association through its signature fundraising event, Marianas March Against Cancer. (Contributed Photos)

Telecommunications firm IT&E supported several causes and organizations this past March and April: the Commonwealth Cancer Association’s Marianas March Against Cancer; the “Art in the Ville” art show in Guam; the 23rd Annual Hyatt Regency Golf Classic to benefit the Make-A-Wish-Foundation of Guam and the CNMI, 500 Sails, NMI Rollers Basketball Association, Isla Montessori School, and 4H Marianas; the 38th Annual Flame Tree Arts Festival; the Saipan Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament; and the 10th Annual 76 Paddles Against Cancer in Guam.

IT&E also supported the following: the medical needs of Guam children requiring surgery for cleft lip and cleft palate through the Dusit Smiles Golf Championship held on April 26 with a donation of $500; awareness for Autism and fundraising for resources for the HunterSpeaks organization through the documentary, Blue Island, with a donation of $3,000; showcasing Saipan through the 30th Tagaman Triathlon held last March 30 by the Triathlon Association of the CNMI and the Marianas Visitors Authority with a donation of $3,000; and efforts of Guam Cancer Care and American Cancer Society through Bank of Guam’s IFIT Run and Block Party held on March 9 with a donation of $2,500.

Angela Rosario, director of Marketing and Product Development at IT&E, said: “Our partnerships with these organizations and support of the amazing work they do every day is grounded in our dedication to our community, our children, our culture, and the health of our people.” (PR)

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