Mobil donates to Ohala Foundation amid Covid-19 pandemic
For Immediate Release: December 15, 2020
Mobil Marianas donated $1,000 to the Ohala Foundation to help fund the services and programs of the Foundation in the Marianas Islands. Ohala Foundation Chairman Phillip M. Long said, ““We are very thankful for Mobil Mariana’s $1,000 donation, which will allow the Ohala Foodbank to distribute more food to families on Tinian. The Ohala Foundation recognizes that these are not easy times for our people and this additional funding, from community minded companies such as Mobil Marianas, will go toward supporting families as they struggle to deal with new economic challenges. We look forward to a long-lasting relationship with Mobil Marianas as they understand the time is now to support our most vulnerable in our communities.”
About the Mobil Oil Mariana Islands Inc.
Mobil Oil Mariana Islands Inc. (ExxonMobil) is a subsidiary of Exxon Mobil Corporation - the world's largest publicly traded international oil and gas company. ExxonMobil has been a member of the CNMI business community for 50 years. Mobil Oil Marina Islands is a major supplier of petroleum products, with a large customer service base in the CNMI, selling to over 100 retail, aviation, marine, hotel construction, transportation, power-generation and other government customers. Mobil Oil Marianas Islands also supplies to the wider region of Pacific Islands, including the Federated States of Micronesia and Palau via distributors.
Mobil Oil Mariana Islands is committed to investing in the communities in which they operate in. In Guam, Mobil Oil Mariana Islands gives annual contributions and sponsorships to the American Cancer Society, American Red Cross, Guam Chamber of Commerce, and public and private schools (in support of a reading, math and science programs across the Marianas). They also support numerous outreach, safety, environmental, community programs and now the Ohala Foundation on Tinian.
About the Ohala Foundation
Guided by the principles that man must help his fellow man, the Ohala Foundation's mission is to work exhaustively to raise critically needed funds; and serve as the managing body for a Mariana Islands based community assistance organization. The cornerstone of that organization is the Ohala Food Bank, which under the Ohala Foundation’s leadership, provides free food, free meals and free disaster food assistance to those who are the most vulnerable in our communities. The Foundation also offers career, medical and clothing services.
For more information on how to donate, volunteer or avail of services please visit www.ohalafoundation.org or call 670-433-2664.