Ripple announced on their official site yesterday about their support to America’s Public Schools with $29 million XRP Donation. This will go directly to DonorsChoose.org.
Ripple wrote on their website:
“Every Rippler, from the executive to our newest hires, started their careers in the classroom, the place where children’s dreams are forged and legacies begin.”
With this, the teachers can easily create classroom projects through this requesting support to meet their students’ need.
This donation is expected to fulfill every request listed on the nonprofit’s website. This has reached out widely, supplying books, school stationery, technology, field trips, and other resources to nearly 1 million students and 30,000 public school teachers in every state.
Apart from the team, anybody can donate to the new projects that are being created by the teachers. This campaign has been named the #BestSchoolDay campaign where people can give back to teachers and students within the community who were their inspiration or where they grew up.
The value of XRP is currently at $0.58 as seen at press time with a 0.70% increase in the past 24 hours.
“We are proud and thrilled to be working for such a campaign with DonorsChoose.org to nurture the upcoming generation of leaders at public schools across America.”
Sin chin, a Ripple follower says:
“Great work team, you have always done positive things to the society and the XRP community. We have always been with you and will continue to do so. You are definitely our Hero, wishing you the best of luck for such good deeds and all your future projects.”
A Twitterati says:
“Ripple and executives played a vital role in making life of 35000 children.”
A Ripple investor comments on Twitter:
“I’m so proud to be a ripple XRP holder”
Diane Norris says:
“Thank you @Ripple. So many students will have learning experiences they’ll always remember because of you. #BestSchoolDay”
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