The Ribon app brings several stories to promote donations without using user money. For this, interested parties can donate the ribons, virtual currency of the service, which is available for Android and iPhone (iOS) phones. To get the coins, just access the app and read the available news. Thus, companies sponsoring the social cause, such as Visa, Votorantim, Barcobrs Institute and Rock in Rio, donate real money by viewing advertisements. Donations are made to communities in extreme poverty to meet essential needs such as water, medicine and basic health.
The non-governmental organizations (NGOs) selected by the platform are in the Give Well and The Life You Can Save rankings, which rate the most impactful institutions around the world. More than 500,000 donations have already been made, surpassing more than 90 million with ribons that have been converted to cash. Per day it is possible to contribute at least 100 ribons after a story is collected by the user.
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Different social causes have help from the app that sends revenue to recognized NGOs Photo: Divulgao / Ribon
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With just three days of use of the application, it is already possible to make a difference in the lives of people who are in a situation of social vulnerability. For example, a child may have 24-day food fortification, eight-day schistosomiasis treatment, four-day access to clean water, three days of care, and basic health care products.
Meet Ribon, donation app without using your money Photo: Divulgao / Ribon
Donations can be consulted through monthly vouchers available on the app itself. Information such as the amount of medicines and other initiatives is located in the Community section. In the user profile, you can see the exact amount of ribons donated for each selected cause and the impact generated by the guaranteed days of assistance. In addition to dedicating the time to get ribons, if you want to further help social causes, the user can buy ribons with a minimum value of $ 4.90 per month. The money raised 100% goes to NGOs.
The contents of the stories are of social relevance, such as sustainability in tennis production, for example, with information on environmental benefits thanks to conscious consumption. In another story of social impact published in Ribon, the Maranhão mother, Purity Lopes Loiola, struggled to find her son, who had disappeared as a victim of analogue slave labor.
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