Daily Grants Map 2017-08-18T14:21:14+00:00
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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.

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2017-12-11T02:55:39+00:00

Tara Rouse and Shelly Holland – L. C. Hatcher Elementary Outdoor Science Lab

The learning that takes place in the natural and built environment can be truly inspirational. Teachers can harness this to bring curriculum-based learning to life. Despite modern technology, sophisticated classroom practice and complicated lifestyles, there is no substitute for a child smelling, listening to and touching the natural world, and [...]

2017-12-11T02:52:01+00:00

Aimee Martinez and Rachel Melvald of Artists in Mind – The Future Moves Slow :: a celebration and discussion around Cuban artists, the resilience of the Cuban people, and the creative expression born out of US-Cuban relations.

Aimee Martinez, PsyD and Rachel Melvald, MSW are two Los Angeles-based psychotherapists with a passion for art who aim to promote and create space for emerging artists from underdeveloped areas without traditional means of exposure. Their first project involves a pop-up art gallery focusing on the creativity of artists in [...]

2017-12-11T02:42:06+00:00

Thomas Ngwira – Doroba Community Kitchen Gardening For Improve Nutrition Project

Thomas Ngwira is the founder and executive director of Action for Sustainable Development (ASUD), a local Malawian nongovernmental organization that aims to protect the environment in rural communities, improve food security and nutrition, enable vulnerable households to become economically self-sustaining and reduce the impact and spread of HIV/AIDS. The Doroba [...]

2017-12-08T07:28:52+00:00

Women Development Centre (WODEC) – Eco-friendly re-usable sanitary pads

The Women Development Centre (East Africa) Ltd (WODEC) is a women-led social enterprise in Eldoret, Kenya, which has firmly positioned itself to engage in the development of quality sustainable feminine hygiene for all. We are dedicated to addressing Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM), in urban areas and slums. Why? Because MHM [...]

2017-12-06T10:12:35+00:00

COMMONSTUDIO – STRAINS

Working in the complex hydrological ecosystem of Bangalore, India, STRAINS seeks to demonstrate the potential impact of simple in-stream urban wastewater remediation strategies that can be implemented inexpensively from the bottom-up. The project will build a pilot intervention to show proof of concept! The STRAINS project is a interdisciplinary partnership [...]

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