Sentry Hospitality owners donating  $32K to 4 nonprofits

GIVING BACK: Sentry Hospitality President Sunardi Li talks about giving back to the community during Sentry's donations last year to four nonprofit organizations – Guam Animals In Need, Guam USO, Make-A-Wish and Special Olympics – at an event at the Wyndham Garden Hotel in Tamuning. Post file photo

With local nonprofits continuously in need of funding to run essential services the owners of Sentry Hospitality have stepped up once again to help with their iCare signature philanthropic program.

Sentry Hospitality owners Bruce McKenzie, Keith Markowski and Sunardi Li started the iCare program at their hotels in 2015 to generate funds for organizations that have a positive impact on the community.

Today, their hotels – the Wyndham Garden Guam and Days Inn by Wyndham Guam continue to pledge $1 for every room night booked directly with the property and $1 for every new Wyndham Rewards –  the brand’s free guest loyalty program – enrollment made on the property.

The Wyndham Garden Guam and Days Inn by Wyndham Guam philanthropic iCare initiative has contributed $60,000 to local nonprofits since 2016. On Monday, at 10:30 a.m. in the Maga'låhi conference room of the Wyndham Garden Guam, the hotels will donate a record-high annual contribution of $32,000 equally shared among four hand-selected foundations dear to the owners’ hearts: Make-A-Wish Guam & CNMI, Special Olympics Guam, United Service Organizations Guam and Guam Animals In Need.

“We recognize the importance of the services these nonprofits provide to our community," stated Valerie Blas, director of sales and marketing at Sentry Hospitality.

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