Christine Samuel a volunteer teacher during an early childhood education class in Pisabu,Kebbi state.
Our Grantees Are Awesome

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.

Selassie Tay

As of
October 2019

0
Total Grants Made
$0
Dollars Given
0
Countries Funded

Our Latest Grant Recipients

2019-10-17T08:41:09-07:00

Nalumansi Phionah and Kaweesa Jovan – Herbs and Spices

Herbs and Spices is an initiative located in Namayina Jolwe Village in Uganda. Project leaders Nalumansi Phionah and Kaweesa Jovan train youth, women, and underserved individuals on how to make organic fertilizers while understanding the benefits of herbs, horticulture, and establishing a market. Funds from The Pollination Project will be used to [...]

2019-10-17T08:34:21-07:00

Chisom Okoye, Chinenye Ugwu – Helping Babies and Mums Breathe

Helping Babies and Mums Breathe is an initiative of Children Solace Support Organization designed to reduce maternal and newborn deaths through knowledge and skill acquisition among health workers and birth attendants in Nigeria. Coordinated by Chisom Okoye, Children Solace Support Organization provides health advocacy services to women and children, workshops for caregivers/health [...]

2019-10-10T07:03:44-07:00

(A1) Allen Laurenson-Reed – Foe Laynz Auto Shop

Allen Laurenson-Reed grew up around his grandfather's towing company, watching his uncle work on his car - along with others - in the garage. In high school, he began taking automative classes, learning the mechanics of how the machines work and how businesses operate. It is his goal to help people in [...]

2019-10-17T07:28:24-07:00

The Inverters Foundation – Take A Step

Take A Step is a business and skill acquisition program targeted at empowering youth with valuable and marketable skills to help them recognize their own greatness. The project works with underserved youth and individuals of the Ketu community. Take A Step provides tangible skills that help solve the problem of youth unemployment, [...]

2019-10-17T07:28:59-07:00

UFH – Alice Mini-Habitable Planet Workshop

UFH - Alice Mini-Habitable Planet Workshop, located in Alice, Eastern Cape province, South Africa, is an annual six-month engagement program with the secondary and high school learners. The main aim of this initiative is to inspire pupils to develop a strong affinity for STEMI: science, technology, engineering, mathematics and innovation subjects, ultimately [...]

Load More Posts

Read About Our Special Programs

Impact Grants
Youth Rising – California
Youth Leadership
East Africa Leadership
Global Animal Advocacy
Global Kindness Program