San Francisco start-up donates $29 million to Bay Area classrooms [Video]

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EAST PALO ALTO, Calif. (KGO) -- Over 30,000 classrooms, many of them here in the Bay Area, got a big surprise. A San Francisco start-up, Ripple, donated $29 million to fulfill every request posted on the teacher website, DonorsChoose.org.A music teacher and her students in East Palo Alto are...

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EAST PALO ALTO, Calif. (KGO) —

Over 30,000 classrooms, many of them here in the Bay Area, got a big surprise. A San Francisco start-up, Ripple, donated $29 million to fulfill every request posted on the teacher website, DonorsChoose.org.

A music teacher and her students in East Palo Alto are thrilled because of the way donations large and small are making a …

Sarah Moulder and her Ravenswood Middle School students in East Palo Alto listed $4,000 in needs on the DonorsChoose.org website. Normally, that attracts small donations from parents and members of the community. However, the site’s founder had a connection at San Francisco’s Ripple, a cryptocurrency company, and set up a meeting. He had a bold, audacious proposal: A gift of $29 million.

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