July 15, 2020

First kickstarter


Yesterday, we launched our very first kickstarter to help Ragg reach more communities. https://ifundwomen.com/projects/ragg-app
Check us out and read about our mission. This campaign will end in 30 days. Our goal is to reach $10,000 To help expand our team.

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