IT&E supports youth, art, and traditions

IT&E is happy to have supported community organizations in January and February to promote the youth, arts and traditions of the Marianas and help those affected by illness.

IT&E supported the following organizations in February:

Mount Carmel School’s Theatre Club in Saipan for their production of “Tasi,” an original music about the Marianas that premiered on February 21 and 22. IT&E donated $1,500 to help bring the musical to life.

Marianas Visitors Authority for the 15th Annual Tinian Hot Pepper Festival and the Saipan Marathon.

Triple J Saipan for the 2nd Annual Triple 5K Bubble Color Run benefitting the Make-A-Wish Foundation Guam and CNMI and the Commonwealth Cancer Association.

Tourism Education Council's 2nd Annual Islan Ideas Youth Xpo 2019 to inspire and empower Guam’s youth to initiate change.

“By partnering with a diverse group of organizations, we’re able to uphold our commitment to the community to make a difference in any way we can. Each organization is doing a great job of accomplishing its goals, and we’re happy to help.”

Danny Daniel, Senior Manager of Brand and Public Relations

IT&E remains committed to doing its part to help the community thrive, protect, and develop our youth, promote health and wellness, preserve the environment, and honor the vibrant cultures of the Marianas and Guam.

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