Judith Ripka the philanthropy
Whether passion for her jewelry or passion for her family, Judith Ripka is committed to making a difference.
Nationally recognized for her extraordinary dedication, in 1995, Judith was invited to Washington by the First Lady for a Women’s Leadership Council forum focusing on children’s healthcare. Judith has also been honored by many prestigious organizations including the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America. In addition, Judith sits on many Boards and Steering Committees such as the Rita Hayworth Gala in support of the Alzheimer’s Association.
Judith Ripka is devoted to inspiring others through her craft and has created commemorative pieces of jewelry for Autism Speaks, the United States Holocaust Museum, the Mother’s Voices AIDS Organization and the Long Island Philharmonic. Her charity partnership with Dress for Success Worldwide not only raised significant funds for the organization, but also generated tremendous awareness by touching 2.9 million InStyle magazine readers.