Ring Community Commitments
Help make neighborhoods safer
That’s our mission, because we believe that a safer neighborhood means a better neighborhood for everyone. We take action and get involved by working with community organizations across the country, learning how we can lend more support—and contribute to the communities we all live in.
Help Make Neighborhoods Safer
We work with community partners to learn from leaders who know their neighborhoods best and build programs that have a lasting, positive impact.
Be Inclusive and Transparent
We support organizations that embody equity, inclusion and kindness, and celebrate diversity of thought and experience.
We value the trust that our customers place in us and commit to protecting their privacy in our donation and community programs, as we do all across Ring.
Habitat for Humanity
We donated $1 million-worth of Ring Video Doorbells to Habitat homeowners to help bring families peace of mind—and build safer, stronger communities.
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC)
Through our partnership with NCMEC, the organization is using the Neighbors App to reach millions of people who can potentially provide information about missing children.
AdHoc Group Against Crime
Kansas City, 2020
We're collaborating with AdHoc to promote healing and justice in Kansas City by providing Video Doorbells to offer residents greater peace of mind.
Kids Off the Block (KOB)
We support KOB and founder Diane Latiker in her mission to offer young people a safe place to learn, collaborate and grow while contributing to community safety efforts in Chicago neighborhoods.
Harris County Domestic Violence Coordinating Council (HCDVCC)
Harris County, Houston, 2021
HCDVCC often includes Ring devices in safety kits for survivors of domestic violence to help increase safety measures and provide critical resources for them and their families. Ring donated additional devices to ensure the organization can continue to provide these resources to the communities it serves.
Strength Based Community Change (SBCC)
We support SBCC in its commitment to improve the safety and success of residents in Wilmington, CA, and to provide residents with resources that help harness the power of their existing strengths.
Frequently Asked Questions
Ring works with various local and national community-oriented organizations to better understand and support community safety efforts. We work exclusively with 501(c)(3) organizations that are aligned with Ring's mission to help make neighborhoods safer. Ring’s donations are also designed to offer support for non-governmental organizations. If your community group is interested in working with Ring, reach out to our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We know that achieving our mission requires the guidance of those who know their communities best. We will continue to work with community groups in various cities across the country to advance our mission.
Ring has worked diligently to ensure our guiding principles around privacy, security and user control are upheld, while fulfilling the goals of all community programs. Additionally, all organizations that participate in donation programs must agree that as part of their programs they will not require recipients to share their Ring video footage, share access to their device, register their Ring device with a third party, provide proof or confirmation of device installation, purchase a Ring video recording subscription, or make a purchase of any kind.
We take a multifaceted approach to our community affairs work, including collaborating with organizations on an ongoing basis, pledging monetary donations in support of initiatives, and evaluating new ways we can get involved. We engage with community and organization leaders, customers, and residents of the communities we serve to solve problems and maximize our impact.