Ripple has inked partnership with a major UK charity to help children

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

Now, the blockchain behemoth can use its resources to help sick children and their families. Here’s what Ripple will launch in April, specifically.

Ripple and GOSH Charity have been working together for the past two years. The commencement of it will coincide with the start of this year’s TCS London Marathon, for which GOSH Charity is the official Charity of the Year.

This year, 1,000 runners from the GOSH Charity will take part to raise millions of pounds sterling to help UK children combat cancer at GOSH, and Ripple will lend its full support.

The marathon will begin on April 23. Ripple Labs will fund the GOSH Charity team’s relaxation lounge at their post-race reception. After racing nearly 26 miles to raise money for sick children, the charity runners can rest in it.

Young stated in an interview about the occasion that Ripple is excited to begin that collaboration to begin supporting the critical work they perform for cancer-stricken children in the UK. According to her, this collaboration is a perfect example of how Ripple can use their resources to make a genuine difference, particularly for the children treated at GOSH.

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