Ripple has launched a content publishing platform that, with the help of some well-known celebrities, raises money for charity.

Beyond the joy and entertainment that celebrities bring to the masses today, they also have the ability to make a positive social impact through their immense reach and popularity. Ripple has partnered with celebrities in the fields of arts and entertainment as a means to bring awareness and funding to deserving charitable organizations.

To date, Ripple has raised thousands of dollars for accredited charities that support military and veteran’s affairs, children’s health initiatives, and programs for the homeless.

“Working with Team Ripple has brought our social media impact to a whole new level,” said Judith Otter, Executive Director, Gary Sinise Foundation. "Not only are they broadening our social community, we’re raising “non-donor” funds just by getting our message and mission out there. We’re actually fundraising for our nations defenders through our regular social media posts – Ripple makes it EASY to do just that."

Danny Ramm, Producing Partner, Joe Mantegna / Acquaviva Productions, said: “My life has been so simplified by using Ripple. Being able to post things over all the social media accounts at once and even schedule postings is truly a time saver. The bonus is that money is being raised for worthwhile charities 24/7 by people just clicking through on the link. Genius!”

Ripple is not a substitute for, but rather a smart addition to, a celebrity’s fundraising toolkit. If you are a celebrity, charity, or organization that wants to leverage your social impact with the help of the Ripple platform, check them out at or email them at Find out more here.

comments powered by Disqus

Latest news

Pamela Anderson Urges Putin To Halt Wild Orca Capture

Pamela Anderson Urges Putin To Halt Wild Orca Capture Jun 22, 2018

Pamela Anderson has sent an urgent letter on PETA's behalf to Russian President Vladimir Putin asking him to call off the country’s plan to capture 13 wild orcas and an untold number of beluga whales from the Sea of Okhotsk and subject them to a lifetime in captivity. More
More news