IT&E supports Pink Ball to benefit Harvest House and Guam Cancer Care

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Joaquin Cook wins an iPhone 12 mini with 2 months of free service, valued at $1,007, donated by IT&E in support of the Pink Ball held virtually on November 21, 2020. The event raises funds to benefit Harvest House and Guam Cancer Care. (Photo courtesy of IT&E)

In support of Pink Ball’s mission to raise funds to benefit Harvest House and Guam Cancer Care, IT&E donated raffle prizes valued at $1,007. The iPhone 12 mini with 2 months of free service from IT&E were won by event supporter Joaquin Cook.

“We’re proud to once again support the Pink Ball in its worthy mission of fundraising for Harvest House and Guam Cancer Care. We applaud the Pink Ball and its committee for overcoming this year’s challenges to continue the good work they do to help those in need,” said Jim Oehlerking, CEO of IT&E.

“Every year, the Pink Ball Organizing Committee looks forward to our partnership and support of IT&E. Thank you for your continued support throughout the years in spreading hope, compassion and love,” said Leah Beth Naholowaa, chairwoman of the Pink Ball

IT&E is a Silver Sponsor of this year’s event, which was held virtually on November 21, 2020.

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