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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.

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2019-07-01T06:12:32-07:00

Her Voice Group AGYW @ CRC South Africa – Supporting Menstrual Hygiene Rights of Poor Girls and Women

Supporting Menstrual Hygiene Rights of Poor Girls and Women is a project located on the southern and wild coast areas of South Africa. A number of committed young women including Zinhle, Nolwazi, Zoliswa, Andiswa, Nthando, and Ayanda provide their time and energy to achieve the projects goals - including providing reusable and biodegradable sanitary health products [...]

2019-06-26T05:18:52-07:00

Annie S., Lily B., Ari G., and Rosa S. – Sanctuary Stories

Sanctuary Stories: A Multimedia Exploration of Sanctuary in Colorado, takes place in cities and towns across the state where Araceli Velasquez, Ingrid Latorre, Rosa Sabido, and Sandra Lopez have taken sanctuary from deportation. The project was envisioned by these four women and their supporters, Ari Goodman, Annie Seder, and Lily Bisantz as part of their fight [...]

2019-06-26T05:14:30-07:00

Sarah Massaquoi – Trees For Prosperity

Trees For Prosperity aims to help bring back the tree cover to the Bo, Sierra Leone community, which will serve as windbreakers for homes, many of which were destroyed during the past storm due to heavy winds. According to the United Nation Environment report, we have 12-years to bring in solutions to limit global warming. One [...]

2019-06-26T05:11:59-07:00

Seteiye Integrated Services

Seteiye Integrated Services is committed to replacing kerosene lamps with solar-powered LED lanterns, helping to better the health of the community and environment. They introduce an everyday consumer product, lanterns, and integrate solar technology to help those who live in rural, off-the-grid villages in Essien Udim, Nigeria. The model that is used establishes Village Solar Groups, [...]

2019-06-26T05:08:46-07:00

Aggelina Kanellopoulou – The Bee Camp

The Bee Camp is not just another conservation project. Our vision is a future with cities in which people and nature co-exist in harmony. Our mission is to inspire and empower communities to make cities a better place for pollinators through education, awareness raising, and a holistic approach on social change. This starts with two challenges: [...]

2019-06-26T05:06:11-07:00

Micheal-Oba, Daniel, Godwin and Orie – MACI Digital Equity

According to World Economic Forum projection, most of the work available today would no longer be in existence in the next twenty years, as technology will replace most of the available jobs. UNESCO adds that more than half of those in schools are neither learning nor acquiring adequate skills. This is where Mentor an African Child [...]

2019-06-25T02:10:04-07:00

SinFin Collective – SinFin Land Project

SinFin is a collective land project in the pueblo of Oaxtepec, Morelos, dedicated to building a base of mutual aid, grassroots organizing, and sustainable living practices. Nestled between the Yautepec and Cuautla rivers, the valley’s fertile soil served as the most ancient botanical garden in the “Americas” and the first modern hospital to use indigenous herbal [...]

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