Ripple Becomes the Principal Partner of This Important UK Nonprofit

Sandy Young, Managing Director of Ripple for the UK and Europe, announced on Twitter that Ripple has begun cooperating with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity, the UK’s largest non-profit organization that supports children with cancer.

Ripple and GOSH Charity have been collaborating for the last two years. This year, the starting will coincide with the opening of the TCS London Marathon; GOSH Charity is the official Charity of the Year for this forthcoming annual event.

This year, 1,000 runners from GOSH Charity will participate in raising millions of pounds to aid UK children battling cancer at GOSH, and Ripple will give the most significant assistance possible.

The marathon will begin on April 23, 2018. Ripple Labs will sponsor the space where the GOSH Charity team will rest during their reception after the race.

After running nearly 26 miles to raise money for sick children, the charity’s runners can relax. In an interview about this occasion, Ripple’s Sendi Young said that the company is eager to establish this partnership to assist the essential work they perform for cancer-stricken children in the United Kingdom.

According to her, this cooperation exemplifies how Ripple can utilize its resources to make a genuine difference in the world, particularly for the children treated at GOSH.

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