Have you Rippled today?


Do you want to make a ripple?

Kelly Light and her daughter have created a blog called Ripple where you can purchase an Artist Trading Card. Each sketchcard on the blog is $10.00. The $10.00 is a donation to help the animal victims of the Deep Water Horizon Gulf Oil Spill. Every penny is donated. The two Non-Profits that are benefitting are The Institute for Marine Mammal Studies and The International Bird Rescue Research Center.

Check it out! Every little bit counts!


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3 Responses to “Have you Rippled today?”

  1. Tanja Bauerle Says:

    Thank you for sharing. This is a wonderful effort being put forth. T.

  2. Suzanne Del Rizzo Says:

    Roberta, I really love this illo you did for Ripple-it is one of my favorites, a nice positive spin on such a tragic situation. I am so glad Kelly Light came up with such a thoughtful and creative way to help. I’m proud to have been a part of it! Your work is really inspiring:)

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