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Join us in "Rocking the Boat" as we empower families to move beyond government assistance and into their full God-given potential.

How We Help

Government assistance can and does help many. But when it becomes unending- it can create a life of dependency. These are parents that are in very
desperate situations.

VIDEO: Join the Movement


WATCH this 1 minute trailer for a snapshot. Millions of Americans struggle daily in poverty. Many people lack a mechanism to get from government assistance to a life beyond, rich with meaning and purpose. Ripple of One is a bridge, a path, a challenge, and a dream to tomorrow.

Success Stories

Being a Ripple client isn’t easy, and that’s by design. It’s a no nonsense organization that requires participants to set goals in the areas of education, finances, employment and health—finding God’s purpose for one’s life.

They Need Your Help

Donate or Volunteer:

We rely on financial contributions from generous people, no donation is too small. Whether you donate $10 or $1,000 we will greatly appreciate your help in reaching our goal. You can feel good about becoming part of this movement to empower our families to move beyond government assistance. We offer 3 ways for your to donate...

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Our Partners

While we value every donation, there is an awesome power in businesses and community groups making our cause their priority.

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Fresh Gallery

Here are recent success stories from here at RoO!

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News & Events

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Primary Contacts

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