John Baldwin's Charity Work and Donations:

John K. Baldwin is actively engaged in helping communities across the globe, including but not limited to: the Saipan, Tinian, and Rota from the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, Idaho, Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, and the Philippines. John has become a passionate supporter of nonprofits particularly in the Arts, but also supports all worthwhile causes. Through Bridge Capital, his other companies, and the John K Baldwin Foundation, John Baldwin has contributed to numerous charities and made a positive impact in communities around the world. Listed below are links to aricles describing John K Baldwin's charity work.

Bridge Capital donates $7K to the Manta Ray Band

March 31, 2010

Bridge Capital, LLC located in Saipan, CNMI is proud to announce a donation of the remaining $7000 needed to send the Saipan Southern High School Manta Ray Band New York City to perform at Carnegie Hall and the Central Park Band Shell.

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Bridge Capital gives second donation to the Independent Football Club of Koblerville

April 15, 2010

Bridge Capital LLC, located in Saipan, CNMI, is proud to announce a second donation of $1000 to the Independent Football Club of Koblerville, Saipan, which brings the company’s total donation to $2000.

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Bridge Capital Increases Reward Fund to $50,000

JUNE 20, 2011

Bridge Capital, LLC through its Chairman John K. Baldwin, has announced that it is adding $16,500 to the reward fund to bring it to a total of $50,000 for information leading to the safe return of the missing Luhk sisters, Faloma and Maleina.

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Bridge Capital committed to Saipan relief and rebuilding efforts

(Press Release) — Bridge Capital, LLC, is deeply committed to the Saipan Community and is working hard to honor that commitment in the wake of Typhoon Soudelor.

Immediately after the storm, Bridge Capital provided much needed support and assistance to its staff including housing for several team members and their families. In addition, CEO and principal John K. Baldwin contacted acting Gov. Ralph D.L.G. Torres offering the company’s support and commitment to aid in the relief and recovery efforts.

Bridge Capital sponsors Flame Tree Arts Festival, arts competition

By Dennis B. Chan
on Mar 16, 2015

Bridge Capital is donating $5,000 to support the Flame Tree Arts Festival next month and is also sponsoring over $13,000 in cash prizes for the 5th Annual CNMI Art Competition.  The $5,000 check was presented and the competition announced during the Thursday night street market.

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