About the Daily Grant Program

The Pollination Project makes micro grants 365 days a year to grassroots global change agents who seek to spread compassion in their communities and in the world for the benefit of all.

Our Funding Areas

While we are prepared to fund almost any work, we prioritize funding projects from committed individuals. Our scope, however, can be broadly classified as fitting into these categories.

Arts & Culture
Kindness & Generosity
Health & Wellness
Youth
Schools & Education
Human Rights & Dignity
Animal Rights & Welfare
Economic Empowerment
Environmental Sustainability
Leadership Development

Program Objectives

Support Change at the Grassroots Level

To support community-driven, grassroots initiatives that drive impact at the local level

Empower Individuals

To make small grants to empower changemakers around the world to bring their dream for a better world to fruition

Inspire Others

To demonstrate the power of individuals to create change in the world and so inspire others to take action

Our Grant Advisors

We believe that the best people to review grant applications are those who have personal experience working on similar initiatives. Our grant review team includes more than 60 Pollination Project grantees and other trusted individuals working on many different issues around the world. A minimum of 3 people on this team reviews each qualified application. Together, they use the breadth of their experience to make the funding decisions for our grants.

What Can $1,000 Do in the Daily Grant Program?

Here are some examples:

4000

Number of young people educated on teenage pregnancy, unsafe abortion, and contraceptive usage in Ghana

Changemaker

Edith Mborate
Project: Increasing Access to Reproductive Health and Contraceptive Services among Girls and Young Women

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350

Number of patients screened and treated for diabetes in Nigeria

Changemaker

Ijeoma Ugwundi
Project: Diabetes Self Care Management Education

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1600

Number of young people reached through performances of a play about the humane treatment of animals in Hong Kong

Changemaker

Shawny Osgerby
Project: Humane Theatre

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How To Apply For A Grant In This Program

Read Our Funding Guidelines
Apply Here
Read Our Frequently Asked Questions