Hyatt wants to know how it can help your non-profit organization

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(Press Release) — At Hyatt, we believe that fulfilling our purpose first starts with caring for others so they can be their best — at work and beyond.

Hyatt Regency Saipan’s colleagues live and work in local communities that provide convenient access to healthier food, stable jobs and support in times of disasters are essential to building strong local economies. Over the years, Hyatt Regency Saipan has been deliberate about sustaining our strengths, associates and other resources to build resiliency in our communities. This is the core of our Charity Golf Classic, and there is no better place to demonstrate this comradery than on our own island community.

Our Charity Golf Classic exemplifies this care factor for our people by giving back and asking our community, “How may we assist you?”

Last year, the 23rd Annual Charity Golf Classic raised over $65,000 which supported five beneficiaries. We continue to grow every year through the support of local businesses and community members.

This year, we extend the opportunity to our island organizations. The Charity Golf Classic involves several community partners to raise awareness for the causes that are selected, in a fun way. Our team members give generously their time, money and skills to actively support their passion for community engagement and assisting non-profit organizations achieve their goals and purpose.

Non-profit organizations in need of assistance may write a letter stating how it helps (or can help) make the local community a place where employees want to work, guests want to visit, our neighbors want to live and investors want to invest.

The letter must also state how partnership with Hyatt Regency Saipan can help in advancing its mission, vision and goals. The organization must also be active within one of Hyatt Thrive’s four pillars: environmental sustainability, economic development and investment, education and personal advancement and health and wellness.

For more information visit thrive.hyatt.com.

Submit your non-profit organization’s information pack and address it to the following contact details:

Josephine Mesta

Director of Human Resources

Hyatt Regency Saipan

PO Box 5087 CHRB

Saipan MP 96950

The selection of the non-profit organization will be decided based on the votes cast by the leadership committee members of the hotel. The information pack must be submitted on or before 5 p.m., Friday, Feb. 28, 2020.

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