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Vegan India! – Vegan India!

Vegan India! is an online platform providing information and motivational content for committed vegans, prospective vegans, vegans visiting India, non-vegans, and the simply curious. Vegan India! helps to support the growth of veganism in India.

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Solidarity

The TPP grantees featured below are dedicated to helping women and children explore and succeed on a path towards economic and emotional stability, and detach from the perception of displacement. There is never only one individual who is experiencing a life challenge or a desire to learn, grow and take care of their families. These projects demonstrate that no one [...]

  • Ann Ratnayake Macy Take on Policy Gaps in Child Torture Cases

“You Can’t Unsee It”: Ann Ratnayake Macy Take on Policy Gaps in Child Torture Cases

TPP provided a grant to NCCASP in publishing a groundbreaking article that brings light to this gap in the U.S. criminal code. NCCASP was able to document the gap within state criminal codes and publish a groundbreaking article in Journel of Child and Youth Review in 2019. This report educates legislatures on the issue for the purpose of updating state criminal codes to close loopholes in child torture cases.

  • David Oduor Mulo - Community Impact Program

Be Inspired by a New TPP Video Featuring David Mulo & Green-Kenya

This video is the latest in The Pollination Project’s “Profiles in Compassion” video series and beautifully illustrates how a small initial seed grant from TPP provided Mulo the belief he needed to launch an organization that has since reached more than 4,000 children in Kenya.

  • Banana cake (vegan-cake) ready for consumption.

Solidarity

The TPP grantees featured below are dedicated to helping women and children explore and succeed on a path towards economic and emotional stability, and detach from the perception of displacement. There is never only one individual who is experiencing a life challenge or a desire to learn, grow and take care of their families. These projects demonstrate that no one [...]

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