Lourdes Sanchez - Replacing Detention with Meditation in West Palm Beach
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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March 2020

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Our Latest Grant Recipients


Seun Shokunbi – The IRON Kit Series for Refugees

This project was inspired by my strong belief in making entrepreneurship accessible to anybody, regardless of who they are or where they come from. My goal is to equip the most vulnerable groups to build generational wealth by focusing on workshops and curriculum that emphasize business ownership. That's the most effective way [...]


Canwat Willy – Moyawea Creative Handcraft Project

Through the Moyawea Creative Handcraft Project we want to address the high rate of school dropouts among the girl child, low level of economic activities leading to increased poverty, and the poor performance of pupils and students due to lack of proper public speaking skills, which can be translated in the way [...]


Forbi Perise – Let The Sea Turtle Live

Let The Sea Turtle Live is a project that was inspired after participating in a beach clean up organized by Icenecdev Cameroon a way to combat plastic waste pollution along the western coast. This opportunity engaged grassroot community members as the main actors and agents of change. During the event, I my [...]


Christina Bracken – GoVoteMiami

Imagine… Registering to vote and keeping your voter registration up-to-date is as easy and normal as checking out a library book, going to a neighborhood clinic or visiting a thrift shop. That is what we set out to do with GoVoteMiami. Did you know? The National Voter Registration Act mandates that publicly [...]


Chinansungwi Relief Hand Organisation – Water and Sanitation for Traditional Kapeni Villages

Despite our area lacking safe water and improved sanitation facilities, people still use unsafe drinking water sources. Inadequate access to safe water and sanitation services, coupled with poor hygiene practices, kills and sickens thousands of children every day, and leads to impoverishment and diminished opportunities for thousands more. Poor sanitation, water and [...]

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