Sport dans la Ville digital philanthropy card is a 2019 digital philanthropy card featuring France's leading non-profit, serving disadvantaged kids through sports and job training, produced by Getunity Inc. and distributed by Phil Ropy France. It depicts Rachid Ghezzal, a professional footballer of Leicester City F.C. and the Algeria national team who was a part of Sport dans la Ville programs in childhood age. The picture was taken by Jack McGuire. The production of the card took place at London’s Bethnal Green South district and Paris in December 2018. The card was released on April 23, 2019, in philropy.com

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Phil Ropy is a digital philanthropy cards startup based in Los Angeles, United States and Paris, France that designs and sells digital philanthropy cards on philropy.com to support nonprofit organizations around the globe. Phil Ropy is an inventor of digital philanthropy cards.

What is Phil Ropy's mission?

Phil Ropy’s mission is to accelerate a world where images have the power to make a difference.

What digital philanthropy cards are featured?

Digital philanthropy cards feature nonprofits, the brave people behind them, or celebrities who backed these nonprofits.

Who designs digital philanthropy cards?

All digital philanthropy cards are designed with official partnership with nonprofit organizations and in collaboration with Phil Ropy and artists, photographers, and designers from all over the world.

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We never share your personal information with nonprofits or anybody else, but Phil Ropy shares between 50% to 95%, depending on each fundraising campaign, of the digital philanthropy card purchase price with the nonprofit organization featured on the card.

What can I do with a digital philanthropy card?

Once you have bought a card you can print it and put it on the fridge. However, if you're more interested in the environment, you can publish the digital philanthropy card on your Instagram account to inspire followers, for example.

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