Lourdes Sanchez - Replacing Detention with Meditation in West Palm Beach
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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.

David Oduor Mulo - Community Impact Program

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Afriknit Dolls, Meshack and Susan – Afriknit Dolls

My wife Susan, who is a professional tailor, and I saw that our drainage systems and surrounding environments were littered with rugs and plastic papers and bottles. Much of the other wastes were being picked up for recycling, however rugs and cut-offs were not. As a result, this contributes to [...]


Francis Manguya – Stinging Nettle Majic Project – SNMP

Stinging Nettle Majic Project - SNMP - project in Western Kenya engages local farmers to establish stinging nettle plantations on poor soils with low soil fertility and non-arable steep slopes, where farming rarely takes place. Stinging nettles produces a sustainable clothing through dying. Coupled with its medicinal and fungicide purposes [...]


ABLE 365 – ABLE 365: Don’t Dis My Ability

ABLE 365 will be a place where all abilities can participate in a community of fellowship, acceptance, and love. ABLE 365’s conceptual advantage will be the equipment being manufactured and/or modified for individuals with physical and/or cognitive ailments such as wheelchair users, amputees, individuals with cerebral palsy, autism, and/or spinal [...]


Alicia Ross – The Socially Awkward Project

On average, there are 1.5 million students that are homeschooled in the United States. Shockingly, more than 50% undergo the dread of their first experience of feeling isolated in a full room. My mission is to change the lives of students that attend independent study schools by giving them the [...]

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