(Press Release) — Last week the commonwealth wrapped up the month-lengthy Women’s Health Month celebration that was highlighted by occasions that have been successfully staged and arranged all through the month of May.
The Division of Public Health’s Maternal Childhood Bureau led the celebration and in partnership with the Corporate Social Responsibility staff of Imperial Pacific International.
“I saw how involved (your Corporate Social Responsibility team) are with the community. And since I was reaching out to the public to engage families to be part of this event, I turned to you (and) you are well known in the public for your outstanding partnership, team work and organization,” recollects Leiana Ogumoro Saures in her determination to ask Imperial Pacific by means of its Corporate Social Responsibility for support.
Saures is the lead organizer of the Maternal Childhood Bureau Fun Run, a signature occasion of the Women’s Health Month celebration.
She notably famous at how Imperial Pacific’s CSR group went all out in making certain the success of the Women’s Health Month celebration.
“The CSR team would be perfect to partner up and help one another. They are there for the community,” Saures added.
She stated Imperial Pacific’s CSR group instantly stepped as much as the necessity for group support.
IPI-CSR group rallied behind the profitable staging of the enjoyable run which attracted an enormous variety of members. This was held on May 27.
From using its convention room for planning and organizing of occasions to offering assets similar to manpower, internet hosting/emceeing of the occasion, staging of child video games sales space and donation of water and fruits, Imperial Pacific was recommended for going above and past.
Imperial Pacific’s CSR staff additionally donated shirts that have been handed out to all individuals and companions through the enjoyable run.
“I saw how involved (IPI-CSR) was with the Women’s Health Month events,” Saures stated. “Thank you again for your partnership. (We) couldn’t have done it without your CSR team.”
At the cellular clinic outreach held on May 13 on the Marianas Business Plaza, the joint Maternal Childhood Bureau-Imperial Pacific cellular clinic offered free providers to women that included mammogram, blood strain check, and blood sugar testing.
IPI helped with the registration of members.
To guarantee a clean and profitable staging of the Women’s Health Month celebration, Imperial Pacific offered wanted help.
“Seeing you all coming together (to help in our events) truly shows the (support you provided not only) to each other but towards the community we all serve,” Saures stated.
She famous how CSR’s work continues to serve the group — an assurance that “we are all here for one another.”
“It would be nice to partner up again with the CSR team in future events (because) you are all great at what you do and continue to do for the CNMI. Thank you so much for everything and I look forward to working with you in events (that promote) public health.”