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First Lady's Rigalu Foundation holds fundraiser

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - First Lady of Guam Christine Calvo kickstarted her campaign to help Guam's needy holding a fundraiser last night at Government House. The First Lady's foundation is named Rigalu, which means "gift". She told KUAM News, "One of the things that that's very important to Rigalu being able to provide for humanitarian efforts there are many people out there that come to our office to seek assistance."

The First Lady is under taking several initiatives concentrating on foster care, athletics, literacy and support for children with special needs and living with disabilities.

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