Sentry Hospitality gives back to the community

Sentry Hospitality, a property management company, donated $32,000 distributed equally among four local nonprofit organizations as part of their iCare charity program. These organizations include GAIN, Special Olympics Guam, Make-A-Wish Guam and CNMI, and USO Guam. The iCare program was funded from proceeds gathered from each of the hotels through their enrollment program.

As part of an effort to give back to the community, the owners of Sentry Hospitality, a hotel management company, donated $32,000 equally distributed to four local nonprofits as part of their iCare charity program.

These organizations – which were selected due to their importance to each of the owners of the company – included the Guam branch of the United Service Organizations, the Make a Wish Guam & CNMI, Guam Animals in Need, and Special Olympics Guam.

To generate the funds, Wyndham Garden Guam and Days Inn pledged $1 dollar for every night booked at the property and for every enrolment into the Wyndham Rewards guest loyalty program.

According to Valerie Blas, the director of sales and marketing of Sentry Hospitality, the event was a success.

“We’re very excited to take part in this community – being our three properties that we operate here on Guam. We just wanna give back to the community and we’re very excited to partner up with these organizations. We thank everyone for coming out and supporting. It was very successful and we look forward to doing more for these organizations within the next couple of years,” Blas said.

If you want to contribute to the program, you can enroll in the Wyndham Rewards program or book a night at any of the island’s three Sentry Hospitality properties.


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Amanda Dedicatoria
Amanda is a reporter at the Pacific News Center and writes about issues concerning the military, environment, and education. She has a background in journalism that spans from her time as a VIBE intern for the Pacific Daily News and the editor-in-chief of Triton’s Call. As a college student, she studied journalism and graduated with honors from the University of Guam. She also has experience in photography as well as documentary work and strives to make sure that her stories are fair and engaging. When she isn’t on the job, she’s usually at the gym, playing video games, or baking a batch of cookies.