Ripple Ranked Third Among San Francisco Bay Area’s Top 100 Philanthropists

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Ripple’s philanthropic gestures have been recognized by the San Francisco Business Times.

According to the adRipple ranked third in the San Francisco Business Times Top 100 Bay Area Corporate Philanthropy Awards.

The Silicon Valley tech company has been recognized for its immense charitable contributions to the San Francisco Bay Area.

“The @SFBusinessTimes ranked Ripple #3 in its Top 100 Bay Area Corporate Philanthropy Awards. We are proud to support the essential work of Bay Area nonprofits, Ripple said in a tweet.

Notably, Ripple’s charitable contributions to the San Francisco Bay Area were $54.16 million in 2021. In the rankings, Ripple was behind Google and The Sobrato Organization, which also made charitable contributions of a worth $57.7 million and $92.27 million, respectively, in the San Francisco Bay Area. .

Ripple’s Charitable Effort

The leading blockchain company has engaged in several philanthropic gestures in various parts of the world. In 2018, Ripple donated $25 million to foster various financial inclusion initiatives.

As reported by TheCryptoBasic, Ripple has announced construction of a playground in the Bay Area community of Oakland, California.

“This new playground will further our shared mission of creating livable play spaces and sustainable food sources for all as part of our deep commitment to Bay Area communities,” Ken Weber, vice president of social impact and sustainability at Ripple, said.

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