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We believe in the power of people. All over the world, ordinary citizens are doing extraordinary things to make their communities and their world a better place. Our grantees are a testament to the unbreakable human spirit that is still alive and well all over the world.

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Dusabimana Christine – Carpet Making Skill Based Training for Kinyinya Women

Carpet Making Skill Based Training for Kinyinya Women is a project involving the gathering of women and young girls and training them on carpet making and personal finances for self-reliance. Due to the high levels of prostitution in the region, women and young girls need to be engaged in productive work leading to empowerment. Dusabimana Christine is a leader in her church's relief society and thus was moved to help her fellow women to be independent and come closer to God. The funds will help her acquire project materials, and costs associated with travel, printing, and promotional needs.

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Miracles in Motion

TPP works alongside organizations and leaders across the globe. The latest grantees introduced below show that regardless of where we are on the map, world causes [...]

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Perfection Is Not the Goal, It’s Action

The greatest lesson I got from this experience is the realization that, while empathy is a beautiful quality, only empathizing with somebody’s pain will drain me, consume me and render me incapable of doing something to help lessen that pain. It’s only when compassion follows that I’m helpful, when I use that empathy as fuel to act.

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What a $1000 grant can do

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Atukunda Eva, Legit Housekeeping And Maintenance Services, Uganda

I appreciate the amazing work you are doing. Your grant has helped make a difference in people's lives. It has helped hopeless women find hope for their future, it has taken children back to school, and it created employment in a country where finding a job is the most difficult thing. We thank you so much.

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