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Dr. Joan Kanja, Solar Radios For Educating Marginalized Communities, Kenya

If you have a project in mind that can create positive change in the world, however small, do not hesitate to send your application to The Pollination Project. Rome was not built in a day, and every penny counts towards achieving the big picture at the end. Without this grant, [...]

Dr. Joan Kanja, Solar Radios For Educating Marginalized Communities, Kenya2018-12-13T06:47:51+00:00

Jasmine Saavedra, Regenerative Design For Change Makers, Oakland, CA, USA

The grant allowed us to do our pilot training in Oakland, with some of the Bay Area's leading change makers. This pilot allowed us to test our methodology and receive much needed feedback to finesse our offering before bringing it on the national Change Makers Tour this past fall...Thank you [...]

Jasmine Saavedra, Regenerative Design For Change Makers, Oakland, CA, USA2018-12-13T06:45:02+00:00

Dr. Christi-Nevada Winrow, STREAMS, Baltimore, MD, USA

This grant provided the spark we needed to not only support our pilot programs but also provide a means to obtain additional funding...We were better able to serve the community with the resources and expose them to activities that integrated STEM with the outdoors. Research has shown that African American [...]

Dr. Christi-Nevada Winrow, STREAMS, Baltimore, MD, USA2018-12-13T06:41:34+00:00

Gulcan Yayla, Kodluyoruz, Turkey

The grant allowed us to reach more participants and rethink our training model. Therefore we can say that the Pollination Project helped Kodluyoruz take off as a fully developed project. The application process was carried out without any complications, which is a plus for a new institution. The Pollination Project [...]

Gulcan Yayla, Kodluyoruz, Turkey2018-12-06T07:14:56+00:00

Maureen Ochieng, Inuka Na Gunia Farming Project, Matungu, Kenya

TPP is a great organization that is willing to support small projects like ours. We are in a rural area and we are not on the internet...Some of us are not computer literate...all we have is a dream that one day we shall achieve our desired goals and help end [...]

Maureen Ochieng, Inuka Na Gunia Farming Project, Matungu, Kenya2018-12-06T07:12:01+00:00

Oladapo Okunade Olanrewaju, Hand-Pump-Well-Water-System, Ilado, Nigeria

The seed grant made a great difference to me and to those who benefitted from the project. The villagers' lives have changed now that they have access to water. I used to travel with water when going on medical missions to these villages, however, with the help of the seed [...]

Oladapo Okunade Olanrewaju, Hand-Pump-Well-Water-System, Ilado, Nigeria2018-11-28T08:13:48+00:00

Aria Sa’id, Kween Culture Initiative, San Francisco, CA, USA

The grant was our first acknowledgement from an institution, which is important for public service projects...The grant, to be completely honest, gave me a reinvigoration of hope in this effort when I had sort of lost it. Being a transgender woman anywhere in the world is a pretty difficult journey. [...]

Aria Sa’id, Kween Culture Initiative, San Francisco, CA, USA2018-11-28T08:09:49+00:00

S. MEENA N.Venkatesan Natesan, Prevention Of Malnutrition And Enhancement Of Family Income Through Gardening, Palamalai, India

Thank you so much to The Pollination Project for supporting us and our tribal women with this grant...We created a sustainable financial platform and the tribal women were able to engage in sustainable and organic horticulture activities. The Pollination Project team works and communicates in a way that strengthens the [...]

S. MEENA N.Venkatesan Natesan, Prevention Of Malnutrition And Enhancement Of Family Income Through Gardening, Palamalai, India2018-11-28T07:57:47+00:00

Tah Kennette Konsum, Oku Children’s Education And Welfare Empowerment Center, Oku, Cameroon

Through The Pollination Project grant, we developed new social impact seeds to plant for the future of our community. The grant has made an impact on our community leadership and enabled us to build a network of trust, which we intend to develop even further for organizational development. The funding [...]

Tah Kennette Konsum, Oku Children’s Education And Welfare Empowerment Center, Oku, Cameroon2018-11-21T06:43:02+00:00
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