Triple J employees donate to Make-A-Wish

GENEROSITY: On Tuesday, Feb. 11, Triple J employees presented a check for over $3,000 to Make-A-Wish Guam and CNMI. The money was raised from donations made through the company's employee elective payroll deduction program. Over 30 employees on Guam and Saipan opted into the program for charitable donations. Make-A-Wish is a nonprofit organization that fulfills life-changing wishes for children with a critical illness between ages 2½ and 18 at the time of referral. Front row, from left: Cora Santiago, Triple J HR department; Barbara Camacho, Triple J Five Star Wholesale; Yolanda Padrones, Triple J HR director; Tina Esteves, Triple J marketing manager; Joephet Alcantara, Make-A-Wish board member; Jay Jones, Triple J senior VP and Make-A-Wish board chair; Eric Tydingco, president and CEO of Make-A-Wish Guam & CNMI; Jennifer Camacho, Make-A-Wish board member; Rachel De Castro, Triple J Auto Group; Jolleen Quichocho, Triple J HR department; Edgar Aguilar, Triple J tax director;  Esther Manglona, Triple J marketing; and Reynalyn Gogue, Triple J Five Star Wholesale. Back row, from left: Kristine Lujan, Triple J VP of marketing; Jay Santos, Make-A-Wish board member; Pierre Frenay, Make-A-Wish board member; Chris Duenas, Triple J CFO; and James Santos, Make-A-Wish board member.