Elle Morgan, founder of the Elements of New Life Scripts, was just featured in her local paper in State College PA. Elle also won a 2013 Impact Grant from the Pollination Project due to her outstanding use of her first seed grant.
“Sometimes, a little bit goes a long way.
For State College resident Elle Morgan, it only took a $1,000 grant from The Pollination Project to help make a dream come true.
The grant enabled Morgan, an instructor at the South Hills School of Business & Technology, to set up a 36-acre nature camp called Half Moon Hollow on land she acquired in Clearfield County. The camp’s mission is to help troubled teens turn their lives around. Morgan uses the power of nature and nurture to help and heal wounded souls.
“One person can make a difference, and these projects are happening around the world,” Morgan said. “You can see projects in Kenya and South Africa and all the way to the United States. Little projects that can impact people in such great ways just makes the world a better place.”
The Pollination Project is an organization that provides startup money to eligible people who work to make the world a better place. Morgan said the organization started about a year ago, which is when she initially applied for the grant.”