Date: Friday, December 10, 2021
MAKE-A-WISH GUAM & CNMI CHAPTER BENEFIT FROM
TRIPLE J 'WORKPLACE GIVING PROGRAM'
On Friday, December 10th, Triple J presented a check for three thousand eight hundred dollars to Make-A-Wish Guam & CNMI from donations made through their employee elective payroll deduction program. This is the third check presentation since the program started in April 2019.
"For almost three years our employees on Guam and Saipan have donated a portion of their checks to support Make-A-Wish Guam and CNMI Chapter, doing what they can to bring hope into the lives of children facing their most difficult days. For the wish children and families, the chapter serves, working through challenging circumstances is something they have been doing long before the pandemic,” said Jeff Jones, President and COO of Triple J Enterprises, Inc.
Eric Tydingco, President and CEO of Make-A-Wish Guam & CNMI chapter thanked the company for their generous contribution and added that, “2021 continues to be a challenging time for our island. This means the way we fulfill our mission at the Make-A-Wish Foundation has been altered significantly.” Tydingco also added, “we rely 100% on the support of our local community to fulfill our mission — to grant the wish of children with critical illnesses. Giving regularly through your workplace or payroll is one of the easiest ways you can help wishes come true for seriously ill children and is also a great way for companies to engage your employees and inspire a positive workplace culture.”
For more information on this program and other ways to help Make-A-Wish Guam & CNMI chapter, you may contact [email protected] or 671-649-9474 (Guam), 670-483-9474 (Northern Marianas).
PHOTO CAPTION: On Friday, December 10th, executives and employees from Triple J presented a check for three thousand eight hundred dollars to Make A Wish Guam & CNMI Chapter from donations made through their employee elective payroll deduction program.