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our grantees are awesome

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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2019-03-18T14:03:38-07:00

Sara Trail – Social Justice Sewing Academy

SJSA addresses the lack of free sewing and art making opportunities for youth in under-resourced communities. We tackle this by providing free programming to those communities. This work is important to me because I have seen the power of art in sharing opinions, informing communities, and being called to action!

2019-03-18T14:35:39-07:00

Amir Samandi – Summer of Service (SOS) – SERVE Program

The SERVE program is open to students, and allows them to be active members of the community through service to existing nonprofit organizations in our community. We also offer students the ability to become social entrepreneurs through our Make it Happen (MIH) initiative, which allows students to submit their own ideas to improve the community.

2019-03-18T05:45:24-07:00

Supreet Dhiman – End Incest Trust

End Incest Trust is a research driven and action based charity registered in India that is working towards a world that ensures safe and secure homes free of incest abuse. Using collaborative approaches to planning and designing comprehensive awareness initiatives, policy research, advocacy, and community action, Supreet Dhiman and a [...]

2019-03-08T15:25:13-07:00

Brian Akumu Okello – Gardenpreneurs

Brian Okello's Gardenpreneurs initiative is an approach that enables farmers to utilize small plots of land and recycled tires and sacks to increase production. His mission is to expand the acreage of small-holder farmers while improving nutrition through inter-cropping. While he believes that change is a process, he considers the [...]

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