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by Richard

We all want to help to support others who are less fortunate than we are, to help end world poverty and hunger… you can donate money to plenty of charitable causes, “adopt” children halfway across the world to help pay for their food and put them through school… but what if you could also help every time you searched the internet? Now you can. ripple harnesses the power of the internet to give money to qualified charitable organizations every time you search or click on their front page.

Here’s how it works: You can either use ripple to search, or just use your clicks You can add ripple to your search bar (powered by Google) in any major web browser to fight poverty every time you search, or you can just click a button and view an ad from one of their sponsors. Either way, the money generated from your usual web searching or your clicks goes straight to someone who needs it. ripple doesn’t take any money off the top, either… 100% of the proceeds go straight to the charities.

Bookmark ripple, make it your home page (or one of them) and click away!


And now for your daily moment of Zen: 2 chickens break up a rabbit fight. Hilarious!

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One Response to “ripple.”

  1. James Says:

    Just noticed a hassle free-way to help. Use adblock.
    You can save the world without ever viewing the ads.