Joeten Daidai Foundation is title sponsor for MMAC


The Joeten Daidai Foundation will once again be a title sponsor for the Marianas March Against Cancer. (Contributed Photo)

The Joeten Daidai Foundation will once again be a title sponsor for the Marianas March Against Cancer, marking another year of contribution and commitment to the CNMI’s fight against cancer.

Title sponsorship is given to one company or organization that has made a donation worth over $3,000 in cash or in-kind services.

This year, the foundation has pledged $2,500 in monetary donations, 25 $50 gift cards to all Joeten stores, and 25 $50 gift cards to Ace Hardware for a total of $5,000 in contributions to MMAC 2018.

“The Joeten Daidai Foundation has always been a proud supporter of MMAC each year, both as a title sponsor and as a team player. We want to say thank you to the Joeten family for their continuous sponsorship and contributions. We are happy to have them on our team as our community joins together to continue the fight against cancer,” said MMAC 2018 sponsorship chair Monique Sablan.

“The Joeten family has played a vital role in our mission every year to help those going through this disease. We are very grateful for their recommitment, and we look forward to another great event,” said MMAC 2018 co-chair Carline Sablan.

“The contributions made by Joeten speaks highly of their dedication to the cause. They really go the extra mile to ensure that MMAC is more than just an annual event. Battling cancer is a community effort, and we thank them and our community partners for being a part of the fight each and every day,” said MMAC 2018 co-chair Bobby Cruz. (PR)

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