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Take a look at some of our recent work. If you’re interested in learning more or would like to see detailed case studies with performance metrics please contact us.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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EMPOWER FEMALE FARMERS WITHIN THE PEPSICO SUPPLY CHAIN AND RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT THE GENDER GAP IN AGRICULTURE.

Locations: Cairo, Egypt // Guatemala City, Guatemala // Raipur, India // Dale, Indiana // Warsaw, Poland.

RipplEffect partnered with the PepsiCo Foundation and CARE Agriculture to develop an educational campaign about “Closing The Crop Gap” and highlight the $18.2 million grant to tackle gender inequality in the agriculture sector. The grant will provide 5 million female farmers and their families around the world with education, resources and economic support to help them increase their crop yields, incomes and access to nutrition locally. 

This campaign spotlights five women farmers in India, Egypt, Guatemala, Poland and the United States with short-form videos created by female videographers from the same regions as the farmers whose stories they are sharing. Members of the public are invited to vote for their favorite video, and in exchange, receive a credit for a kiva.org micro-loan that can be used to benefit other female entrepreneurs. The videographer who receives the most votes will be invited to create an extended, three-part docuseries that explores the experiences of women in agriculture. 

see it live

 
 
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RED BULL

YOUTH SKATE PARK BUILD IN COSTA RICA WITH RED BULL, THE RYAN SHECKLER FOUNDATION AND JOURNEY.

Location: Los Angeles, CA & San Jose, Costa Rica

The project included securing the build site with local city and NGO partners, and developing a strategic 4-way partnership with the Red Bull brand, Ryan Sheckler Foundation, The Biegler Foundation and conscious travel company Journey, each leveraging their strengths to achieve maximum positive impact for the youth of San Jose. We helped install curated youth skate programming including "school before sk8," and coordinated a professional media team to document and produce content to share the story through paid and organic marketing channels.

The project culminated on April 2, 2018 with a grand opening hosting 500 volunteers & local community attendees. RipplEffect continues to work with San Rafael Extremo on youth programming and digital media training.

 
 
 
 

LOCALE OUTDOOR APPAREL

BUY TO GIVE REBRANDING

 
 
 
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PHASE 1 | REPURPOSED MERCHANDISE FOR HOMELESS COMMUNITIES; ENVIRONMENT-FIRST REBRAND & NEW GIVING PROGRAMS

Denver, CO

For LOCALE, an outdoor clothing and winter hat company, we developed an end-of-year donation campaign to repurpose unsold product with a Denver-based homeless shelter. The entire team took the day off to deliver the product and learn more from the homeless communities about their winter apparel needs and how we can continue to support.

PHASE 2 | DEVELOPED PRODUCT CENTRIC ‘BUY-TO-GIVE’ PHILANTHROPy PROGRAM ENABLING NEW REVEUE STREAM FOR NON-PROFIT PARTNERS.

We encourage our clients to rethink the “one-for-one” model and instead use their core products or monetary donations to provide what is of highest need to their charity partners. With LOCALE, we designed a quarterly giving strategy in-which they provide free custom made beanies for their charity partners to sell or give away to their supporters. By using LOCALE’s core product (beanies) as their giving mechanism they provide their charity partners an additional revenue steam for them to sell their custom-made product to bring in donations.

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