b"Grants for GoodR;pple - 3,500 GrantR;pple Suicide Prevention was foundedby Alice Hendy. Alice lost her onlysibling, Josh, on 25th November 2020 tosuicide at 21 years old. Josh had beenresearching techniques to take his ownlife via harmful internet searches. With a background in cyber technology andsecurity, Alice saw an opportunity to interceptthis harmful content and set up R;pple SuicidePrevention to ensure more help and support isgiven to individuals searching for harmfulcontent online. R;pple provides an immediate, vibrant display ona users device when they search for onlinecontent relating to self-harm or suicide. R;ppleconsists of a powerful message of hope and aselection of mental health support resources in arange of different communicative options (call,text, webchat) from one of their charity partners. R;pples vision is to ensure all users searchingfor harmful content online are presented with anopportunity of hope that things can and will getbetter. Through R;pple, an individual feelingdespair and researching harmful content will beurged to instead seek the mental health supportthey deserve and need in a way that works best ripplesuicideprevention.comfor them.By being shortlisted to receive funding from the Matthew GoodFoundation, I feel like my hard work has been worth it, and I'm sograteful to be considered. Thank you for believing in me.R;pple is in its early stages, but Alice has The impact R;pple has made in such a shortrecently won several awards recognising what space of time is incredible, and our grant hasR;pple has already achieved. contributed to the charity's growth."