Hyatt Regency Saipan 23rd Annual Charity Golf Classic receives over $3,000 donation from Bank of Guam

(Press Release) — Hyatt Regency® Saipan receives over $3,000 cash and in-kind donation from Platinum Sponsor partner and community business partner Bank of Guam in support of the upcoming 23rd Annual Charity Golf Classic.

The donation from Bank of Guam will aid this year’s beneficiaries: Make-A-Wish Foundation of Guam and CNMI, aiding them in their mission to grant wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses; 500 Sails, aims to improve the health of the indigenous community by encouraging and enabling widespread participation in traditional Chamorro and Carolinian proa construction and sailing; NMI Rollers Basketball Association, promote the sport of basketball among our youth and promote life skills and decisionmaking in our youth, physical and mental, as well as their healthy life style, and RBC includes building our character development of youth; Isla Montessori School, strives to blur the boundaries between our island community and institutional schooling, committed to bringing the Island’s cultures and history into the classroom, as well as, the classroom to the Island by utilizing a number of resources and the beautiful people of Saipan; 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.

From left, Augustin U. Palacios, Bank of Guam AVP/Credit Officer; Marcie M. Tomokane, Bank of Guam VP/CNMI Regional Manager; Zenn Tomokane, Hyatt Regency Saipan Executive Sous Chef; Larry A. Philip, Bank of Guam VP/Branch Manager; Angel Mendoza, Hyatt Regency Saipan Graphic Artist; Jerry Escota, Hyatt Regency Saipan Front Desk Manager.  Contributed photoFrom left, Augustin U. Palacios, Bank of Guam AVP/Credit Officer; Marcie M. Tomokane, Bank of Guam VP/CNMI Regional Manager; Zenn Tomokane, Hyatt Regency Saipan Executive Sous Chef; Larry A. Philip, Bank of Guam VP/Branch Manager; Angel Mendoza, Hyatt Regency Saipan Graphic Artist; Jerry Escota, Hyatt Regency Saipan Front Desk Manager. Contributed photo

Hyatt Regency Saipan thanks Bank of Guam for their continued support in the community through the annual golf tournament.

At Hyatt®, the belief in fulfilling our purpose first begins with caring for others so they can be their best – at work and beyond. That is at the core of the Hyatt Regency® Saipan Charity Golf Classic, because there is no better place to start to care for others than within our own community. Hyatt Regency® Saipan is grateful for the support from Bank of Guam in sharing the mission of caring for others beginning with the island community.

Hyatt Regency Saipan will host its 23rd Annual Charity Golf Classic at LaoLao Bay Golf and Resort West Course on Saturday, 27 April 2019. Registration for the sold out event opens at 6:30 AM and shot gun is at 7:30 AM. For more information please contact +1 670 234 1234 ext. 26.

As shared by Bank of Guam VP/CNMI REGIONAL MANAGER Marcie M. Tomokane, “Echoing the support of Hyatt Regency Saipan’s desire to support the Make-A-Wish Foundation Guam/CNMI and local organizations, Bank of Guam has decided to participate in this year’s 23rd Annual Charity Golf Classic Tournament to be held on April 27, 2019. Hyatt has pledged that portions of the proceeds will go towards the Make-AWish Foundation, which Bank of Guam has supported directly over the years because of its focused cause to make each year one special child’s wish and dreams come true. To us, this year’s focused fundraiser is extra special and we support those endeavors. We are pleased to sponsor your fundraising for your continued support to the community.”

“The foundation of our Hyatt Thrive organization is built on the understanding that through actions large and small, we have a big impact on the lives of the people in our communities. Our annual Charity Golf Classic tournament allows for us and our business partners to directly impact our community.” Nick Nishikawa, General Manager of Hyatt Regency® Saipan stated, adding “We are thankful for Bank of Guam’s over $3,000 cash and in-kind donation.”