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What is Your Unique Contribution to the World?

Though we are bound together by our shared humanity, each of us see the world from a unique perspective that is shaped by our experience– we feel joy for different reasons, we live through different challenges, and, in turn, we dream of changing the world in different ways and [...]

What is Your Unique Contribution to the World?2019-02-20T08:05:25+00:00

Juliana Castaneda Turner, Juliana’s Animal Sanctuary, Colombia

We are always thankful for all the support. The sanctuary is succeeding due in large part because of the support of The Pollination Project and this means that the history for animals in my country is changing for the better. All the support The Pollination Project is giving is helping [...]

Juliana Castaneda Turner, Juliana’s Animal Sanctuary, Colombia2019-02-21T00:59:59+00:00

Chetan Padliya, Jal Pari Kyon Dhari Abhiyan, India

TPP is a unique organization that helps a lot of people who want to serve society with their ideas in their own ways...Our project is very unique...it has never been implemented before to my knowledge...TPP is an amazing funding partner. It was really a great experience to work with TPP, [...]

Chetan Padliya, Jal Pari Kyon Dhari Abhiyan, India2019-02-21T00:57:28+00:00

Dayamudra Dennehy, Lokuttara Communicative English Institute, Kerala, India

Our experience with TPP has been a wonderful opportunity to grow a small program in a sustainable way, responsive to the needs on the ground...We are also very inspired by the network of support through the TPP grantee group on social media. We have made great friends there across borders. [...]

Dayamudra Dennehy, Lokuttara Communicative English Institute, Kerala, India2019-02-21T00:53:45+00:00

Christopher McGilvery, HUGS Book Share Program, TX, USA

I vividly remember receiving my first grant of $1,000 with TPP in December 2013. I finally realized someone believed in my work. It gave me the motivation, inspiration, and love to keep going...I don't think I would be able to be where I am today without the love of so [...]

Christopher McGilvery, HUGS Book Share Program, TX, USA2019-02-21T00:51:54+00:00

7 Activists on Community Outreach as a Means of Changing the World

Breaking the Stigma and Discrimination project is working to mitigate discrimination based on sexual orientation, identity, and gender expression within the LGBTI community in the Dominican Republic. They make visible the violations of human rights that often affect this base population, and collaborate with the formation of vulnerable groups. [...]

7 Activists on Community Outreach as a Means of Changing the World2019-02-06T09:29:59+00:00

Fighting for a Just World: How Worldwide Activists Begin With Their Neighbors

Here are some of the marginalized communities that are the focal points for The Pollination Project’s latest round of grant-making. For the do-gooders around the globe we have been honored to connect with, we have learned the true value of thinking globally and acting locally.

Fighting for a Just World: How Worldwide Activists Begin With Their Neighbors2019-01-29T16:13:54+00:00

Mona Yadav, Sahas Foundation, New Delhi, India

The Pollination Project Impact Grant was the only financial support we received to accomplish the work we envisioned for this year. With folded hands and just gratitude in my heart, I wish to thank everyone at the Pollination Project for listening to our vision and providing this unconditional support, thereby [...]

Mona Yadav, Sahas Foundation, New Delhi, India2019-01-18T17:50:20+00:00

Richardnewton Musomerwa, Fruit Tree Seedling Project, Uganda

I want to use this opportunity to thank you very much for your golden heart of giving. This seed funding, small as it looks, can do great things...Having a friend/someone to help you realize your dream is a motivation, a fuel to put you in a better position towards achieving [...]

Richardnewton Musomerwa, Fruit Tree Seedling Project, Uganda2019-01-20T13:16:46+00:00
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