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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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Our Latest Grant Recipients

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Animal Rights
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Leadership Development

Duncan Ahigika, Joan Atuhaire, Debora – Music for Cure

After years of watching people in the community access information in monotonous ways, Duncan Ahigika was inspired to create an alternative approach to disseminate this knowledge. This he created Music for Cure in Namaliga Village, Uganda, a community engagement project that addresses widespread needs through music, dance, and drama. Together with his team, they carry out [...]


Alana C. Brown – The Safe Sisters Circle’s Healing Project

The Safe Sisters Circle’s Healing Project, developed by The Safe Sisters Circle’s founder Alana C. Brown, Esq. and facilitated by Elizabeth Johnson, LGPC, provides a 10-week session of culturally sensitive, trauma-based intimate partner abuse therapy groups and healing circles for Black women survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual abuse living in the underserved communities of Washington [...]


Samson Andunga Wakoli – Bokoli Sesbania Afforestation Project (BOSAP)

Bokoli Sesbania Afforestation Project (BOSAP) is a community initiative founded and coordinated by Project Management Specialist Samson Andunga Wakoli. It aims in reducing strain on deforestation of natural trees and provision of fast growing and easy to manage alternative trees for domestic use. This work will happen through the provision of seeds, training, technical support, and [...]


Violet Akello Sikana – Clean Our Water

Under the lead of Violet Sikana, Clean Our Water is a program that is implemented in Busia County, Kenya to enhance the hygiene and sanitation of the communities. She was inspired to do this work, which includes sustainably cleaning underground springs, as a result of the increasing number of water related diseases, which affects all aspects [...]


Mercyline Nakholi – Food Security and Community Livelihood Project

The Food Security and Community Livelihood Project in Navakholo aims to promoting environmental awareness among communities, training farmers and community members on indigenous tree seedling production, supporting the rehabilitation of degraded environment, and conserving natural resources. Mercyline will be training 20 farmers on best practices and planting of indigenous friendly environmental crops, which they will then [...]


Bashiri Iddy – Vegetable and Fruit Garden for Happy and Healthy Kids

Vegetable and Fruit Garden for Happy and Healthy Kids is an initiative created by Mr. Bashiri Iddy. Bashiri's long-term vision is using school vegetable and fruit gardening (SVFG) as a tool to make learning fun while inspiring healthy lifestyles, promoting environmental care, and introducing an entrepreneurial mindset among school children in Mwanza. This location has ben [...]

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