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Invest in 365 Smiles Every Year with The Pollination Project

You love the idea of giving a micro grant every day, if only you had the time and money to do it.

You know that even small amounts of money can make a difference when given to the right person at the right moment, but how do you find those people?

We’ve got your back! The Pollination Project’s Daily Giving community is a small group of people just like you who want to invest in what is good in our world. Our robust global network helps us to find and invest in visionary, inspiring and impactful social change leaders from reforestation in remote villages in Uganda, to literacy education in the Colombian Amazon, to community-led anti-gang initiatives in Ohio.

Unlike other small grant or loan programs, your money is actually going directly to the individuals doing the work. We do not give through an intermediary or into a community loan fund that is later distributed at a local level. We forge real relationships that are possible through this one-of-a-kind giving program.

Join our Daily Giving Community for as little as a $1 a day investment in each of our grantees. For the next 365 days, we can help you say YES to the good that is growing in the world.

What do I get

Helping Hands
  • A variety of hand-made items direct from grantees, with a letter and photo from each grantee
    explaining their project and the item they are offering.
  • A year-long subscription to TPP’s email newsletter for donors. Every week we curate stories
    from around the TPP global network to share with donors so they can connect with where their money is going.
  • The ability to connect directly with any grantee at any time.
    (Just be prepared for them to invite you for dinner.)
  • The joy of knowing that no matter what is happening in the world on any given day,
    YOU have planted a seed of something good.

If you have questions about how the program works, go to our Frequently Asked Questions about Daily Giving.

What to know more about what our small grants can do? Our grantees will tell you!