Tripler's Fisher House receives generous donation
Tripler Army Medical Center's (TAMC) Fisher House is presented a donation of $9,000 from the Intercontinental Hotel Group (IHG) TAMC on July 24, 2014 at TAMC's Fisher House. Pictured from left to right: Lt. Col. Greta Bennet, Deputy Logistics at TAMC, Gabriel Togawa, resident at the TAMC Fisher House, Honour Stone, Operations Manager at TAMC IHG, Robert Duenas, resident of TAMC Fisher House, Anita Clingerman, Manager at TAMC Fisher House, and Roy Yamane, General Manager at TAMC IHG.

Tripler Army Medical Center's (TAMC) Fisher House received a donation of $9,000 from, Tripler-based, Intercontinental Hotel Group (IHG), on July 24, 2014.

According to Roy Yamane, IHG General Manager at TAMC, IHG has considered the Fisher House an integral part of their community, helping with military families, from fundraisers to volunteer work, to providing low cost or free lodging.

"IHG Army Hotels feel honored to be a part of that giving and support the Fisher House foundation and its vision and hope that our donations will assist in spreading comfort to those who serve at Tripler Army Medical Center, Hawaii," said Yamane.

Tripler Fisher House lodging fees for guest families are paid through grants from the Fisher House Foundation.

Fisher Houses have provided more than 5,200,000 days of lodging to 200,000 families since 1990.

For more information visit fisherhouse.org.

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