Triple J employees present check for $3.6K to Make-A-Wish Guam & CNMI

​(From left) Kristine Lujan, Triple J VP of Marketing, Yolanda Padrones, Triple J HR Director, Eric Tydingco, President and CEO of Make-A-Wish Guam & CNMI, Jay Jones, Triple J Senior VP and Make-A-Wish Board Member, and Chris Duenas, Triple J CFO. (Photo courtesy of Triple J)

On Friday, December 11th, Triple J presented a check for over three thousand six hundred dollars to Make-A-Wish Guam & CNMI from donations made through their employee elective payroll deduction program. This is the second check presentation since the program started in April 2019.

“About a quarter of Triple J employees on Guam and Saipan donate a portion of their checks to support Make-A-Wish Guam and CNMI Chapter, they know that with their donation, they are helping bring a child’s imagination to life. Wishes don’t stop because of COVID, and now more than ever the organization needs the help of large and individual donors to continue ​giving the gift of hope to a waiting child,” said Jay Jones, senior VP of Triple J Enterprises, Inc.

Eric Tydingco, President and CEO of Make-A-Wish Guam & CNMI chapter thanked the company for their generous contribution, emphasizing the importance of each and every donor, “Generous individual donors like Triple J employees make it possible for us to continue the mission, especially during such unprecedented times, your support matters so much more and will make it possible for us to share the power of a wish on Guam and CNMI.”​

For more information on this program and other ways to help Make-A-Wish Guam & CNMI chapter, ​you may contact or 671-649-9474 (Guam), 670-483-9474 (Northern Marianas).

(Triple J News Release)