Make Peace not War
End World Hunger
Education 4 All
People Making Ripples
Bye 2 Racism
Refugee Relief

“Let’s make the world a better place” – RippleZoo

Who we are

We are a not-for-profit Trust and social media platform raising awareness of global issues that affect our beautiful World and the people who live in it.

What we do

We clean up beaches, we run volunteer trips to Cameroon, we support peace initiatives through music in Israel and Palestine.

Corporate social responsibility  (CSR)

What is Corporative Social Responsibility (CSR)? 

CSR is all about companies and organizations contributing to society through internal initiatives. Rippezoo supports and promotes CSR programs.

Cycling is not just a sport, it can also make a huge difference in the lives of the less fortunate. Collen Charity Cycle Team are a great example, their participation in the Great Dublin Ride raised more than €55,000 for local charities.

Companies Doing Great Work 

Logo Ripplezoo

Get involved in our Projects

Nature Clean Ups

We can make the world a better place


Raising awareness of Ripplezoo work at home and abroad

What About Us

Supporting Peace though music, dance and song


2019 – another extremely successful volunteers’ trip



Ken Doherty
Brand Ambassador



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