WaterEasers teaching young girls on menstrual hygiene management and donating free sanitary pads.
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From Atlanta to Nairobi, Bogota to Chennai, we fund startup projects in every corner of the globe. We are proud to offer Pollination Project seed grants to these individuals and grassroots groups who are making their communities and the world a better place for all.

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2019-12-09T00:04:13-08:00

James Anderson – Bond Hill Technology Program

The Kappa Alpha Psi Foundation and the Alpha Delta Boule are two fraternities that came together to work with youth at Bond Hill Academy. They have identified a major technology need for youth at the school. As volunteers at Bond Hill, they will be buying tablets for the youth. For [...]

2019-12-08T23:52:45-08:00

Jose Bello & Anthony Dennis – Knowledge That Empowers

Our project, Knowledge That Empowers, is in Bakersfield, California, located in the heart of the Central Valley. Jose Bello and Anthony Dennis will leading the work alongside the support of five students, their community volunteers, who will be in charge of acting out the role plays, and helping to distribute [...]

2019-12-09T00:06:40-08:00

Flamenco Works, Inc. – Peña Flamenca Barileña

Barelas, known as Albuquerque New Mexico's oldest neighborhood and home of Flamenco Works, Inc., reflects the deep inequalities and economic marginalization that has occurred throughout the state while also celebrating the rich cultural vibrancy. The astonishing high school drop-out rates lead to more unemployment and disengagement. We ask, how can [...]

2019-12-09T00:00:38-08:00

Twyla Prindle – Celebrate Reading

Celebrate Reading will focus on increasing the reading proficiency of students who are in elementary school. The goal is to not only assist students in starting a home library, however to provide guided reading, small group sessions, and monthly achievement celebrations to ensure students success. This project is important because [...]

2019-12-08T23:49:03-08:00

Nitashia Johnson – Founder & Artist – The Smart Project – Creative After-School Program (8-12)

Our goal is to evaluate student growth and knowledge aligned with goals established for each creative discipline. Students will process a core understanding of creative techniques upon completion of the program. Outcomes will enable skills for future creative careers and current connections. After-school activities will correspond with lesson goals and [...]

2019-12-01T09:31:57-08:00

Maria Lyriam Rivera – Valientina Rag Dolls

Path of Hope and Progress Foundation - CESPRO in its Spanish abbreviation - is an institution focused on working with vulnerable populations, especially women and children who have been victims of domestic violence. We have designed a small workshop for this group, where we give to these mothers, who are [...]

2019-12-01T09:28:45-08:00

The Nosapo Freedom House – The Nosapo Freedom House

Stationed in Guatemala along the migratory route from Central America to the United States, The Nosapo Freedom House is a safe haven and a hub of hope, learning, community and sustenance for change. Melanie McCarthy, Founder and Executive Director of Nosapo, believes in education and human rights as the framework [...]

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