In the car with her family that cold winter morning in 2019, Maria Weston Kuhn had no idea how her world would change – or how she would change the world. That day a distracted driver crashed into her family’s car head on, and Maria and her mother suffered severe...
Ruby Reid was an environmentalist from an early age, but she never expected to become a double climate refugee. “I’ve been concerned about climate change since I was a tiny kid. I had the book 50 Things Kids Can Do to Save the World and I did all of them.” As an...
It is impossible not to feel inspired when speaking with Violet Matiru. The dedication that Violet brings to her work connecting youth to the natural world shines through in her words and demeanor. “I’m very passionate about young people. I care about young people...
Emmanuel Nuvalga knew from an early age not to take education for granted. Throughout his school years he faced challenges – from starting primary school later than his peers to difficulty accessing books and materials. He soon realized that he was not the only member...
Mill Hill Elementary School’s outdoor classroom began as a response to coronavirus guidelines, but it has – quite literally – grown into something much more significant for the community of Fairfield, Connecticut. For Elly Fatehi, the leader of the PTA’s Green...
Discover the power of early support for changemakers!
🔶 This video highlights how vital our role is in empowering these inspiring individuals at the start of their journey. By providing faith, strength, and credibility, we help them unfold their potential and create meaningful change. . ⭐ This holiday season choose to support The Pollination Project Foundation and make it possible for innovative changemakers from around the world to develop powerful solutions to the challenging issues facing their communities. Thank you!
2018: Animal Justice Project`s first grant funded the UK`s "Campus without Cruelty" campaign, targeting Nottingham universities to end animal use in education.
2020: A new grant supported the "Expired" campaign, creating a website (buff.ly/47KCZaT) and social media graphics, reaching 100k+ people. The campaign exposed a UK beef megafarm, garnering 6,058 petition signatures, peaceful demonstrations, and media attention, promoting veganism.
2022: Filming at Berryfields beef `mega-farm` and Bath Soft Cheese farm exposed animal welfare issues, raising significant public awareness and sparking national debates
Animal Justice Project impact so far: ➡️ 99,599 petitions signatures ➡️ 7,162,591 Social media impressions ➡️ 13 animal sanctuaries partnered with ➡️ 1,400,000 views of their videos
🌍🙌 Happy World Volunteer Day from The Pollination Project! 🌍🙌
Today, we extend a huge, heartfelt THANK YOU to all the incredible volunteers who are the backbone of our mission. 🌟💚 Your dedication, compassion, and selfless service are the reasons we thrive and succeed.
To our grantees, grant advisors, and every individual involved in the extraordinary projects we`ve had the privilege to fund - your volunteer spirit is the driving force behind our impact. You`re not just volunteers; you`re change-makers, community builders, and rays of hope in a world that desperately needs it. 🌱✨
Because of you, we`ve seen dreams turn into impactful projects, ideas blossom into reality, and communities transformed by the power of volunteerism. You prove that together, we can pollinate the world with kindness, one act at a time. 🐝🌸
Let`s celebrate the power of volunteerism today and every day. Thank you for being the heart of The Pollination Project. Here`s to many more years of empowering communities and nurturing positive change, hand in hand! 🌏❤️
⭐ Meet our HEARTIVIST of The Week, Jaidacyn Mikal Madrigal. ⭐
Jaidacyn is a writer, and environmental and animal rights advocate, who is currently working as a Marketing and Fundraising Coordinator for SanDiego350, a climate action nonprofit in San Diego, California; she is also the founder of the innovative project “Fright for Future.”
When Jaidacyn learned about the environmental crisis, she thought that all of that information should have been available for her and everyone else at an earlier educational level so people could be more aware of the situation and help our planet. Jaidacyn was 17 years old when she watched the video, “The Hidden Costs of Hamburgers” and decided to become a pescatarian; two years later she became a vegetarian, and then a year later, she decided to become vegan.
Since Jaidacyn finished college, she has worked in two, nonprofit environmental organizations and wrote a children’s book to inspire awareness for the younger generations.
Jaidacyn started the project Fright for Future in 2021, in an outdoor park in Washington state, all by herself, with the hope that people would be aware of the environmental crisis we are facing and also find solutions they could implement in their everyday lives, as well as organizations they could join to help our planet.
“Fright for Future is a haunted maze of true terrors bringing scary issues like climate change, pollution, and animal rights to light during Halloween, using the holiday to educate people at a fun event,” explains Jaidacyn.
Want to know more about this event and project? Read the full article in our blog [link in bio]
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