The Rigalu Foundation Received a $20,000 for “The Bus Stops Here” Initiative from IP&E
Guam – IP&E announced a $20,000 donation to build a bus shelter as part of the Rigalu Foundation’s “The Bus Stops Here” initiative, according to Brian Bamba, IP&E’s managing director.
IP&E management representatives met with Gov. Eddie Baza Calvo, First Lady Christine M.S. Calvo and the Rigalu foundation to break ground on the bus shelter construction in Tamuning.
First Lady Christine M.S. Calvo initiated the “The Bus Stops Here” program to construct bus shelters throughout the island, and IP&E’s $20,000 donation brings the total amount raised to $150,000. IP&E expects the bus shelter construction to be completed by end of this month.
In addition to the Rigalu Foundation, IP&E supports numerous community organizations, including Guam Memorial Hospital Volunteers Association, Payless Community Foundation and the Island Beautification Task Force. “IP&E is proud to support multiple community organizations, and we will continue contributing what we can to support