We Give Seed Grants to Social Change Leaders

We believe in the power of people. Every day, all over the world, ordinary citizens are doing extraordinary things to make their communities and their world a better place.

On January 1, 2013, we began making small grants, every single day of the year, to community change makers working on important social change issues, spreading compassion and kindness wherever they are. Some have gone on to win international awards, gain media attention, and scale their projects on a global level.

Our grantees are a testament to the unbreakable human spirit that is still alive and well all over the world.

Every day of the year, we give a grant to changemakers across the globe.
Today’s Featured Grantee is:


Anne Pollack, The Art of Freedom: Bringing the Arts to Survivors of Human Trafficking

The Art of Freedom: Bringing the Arts to Survivors of Human Trafficking,  provides art workshops that create participatory experiences in the lives of individuals emerging from Modern Day Enslavement. Addressing a population that is underserved, and underexposed to the restorative energy of the arts, the workshops, led by Teaching Artists, promote music, dance, theater, visual arts and writing. By providing these services, the give survivors the therapeutic tools needed to deal with Post Trauma Stress. The Art of Freedom was formed by a small group of activist artists. Since 2013 they have been offering workshops at two anti-trafficking agencies in New [...]

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Ronald Kasule, APEDIKA Coffee Seedling Production For Livelihood Improvment, Uganda

Working with TPP has been an eye opening experience, not only to persons with disabilities...but also to the mainstream community, service providers, and policy makers...On behalf of the entire APEDIKA membership, I would like to extend our appreciation for the opportunity you gave us through a project grant so that we could prove that ‘Disability is not inability’. We [...]

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