Health & Wellness Projects
Read about grantees who have received funding for their Health & Wellness project from a Pollination Project grant.
Nelson Edmond Obella is working with rural women organized in Communal Solidarity Groups to improve livelihoods of the poor and most vulnerable; rural people in Nyakalado Communities. We have together realized the problems of increasing child mortality rates, unsafe abortions in rural women and girls and the suffering the community
Veterans Art and Farm Therapy is a charity developed by former art therapist and current art teacher and owner of Stargazer Stables, Sonya Allen to support veterans with mental illness by providing farm activities for veterans and their families. Hampton Roads, VA is home to a vast number of retired
In 2015 the Center for Disease Control and Prevention released a statement saying that consuming processed meat causes cancer, while eating unprocessed red meat may also be carcinogenic. Mark Mugambi Mutuma is based out of Meru, Kenya and has created the Healthy Vegan Food Products from Soya Beans project to help
Hand pumps are one of the most economical solutions to providing a collective supply of drinking water in rural areas and suburban environments. Felecia K Gworlekaju and Antoinette Brow have created Water is Life out of Duazon, Liberia to provide water sustainability and healthy water stewardship. Five hand pumps will
Colminy, Haiti has no sanitation system, resulting in the community’s practice of open defecation. Glenda M. Powers and Winston Powers are aiming to turn human waste into compostable assets that can reduce pollution, enrich the soil, increase food production and contribute to better health through the Healing and Hope for
Rose Akinyi Onyango works out of Kisumu, Kenya empowering women and young girls to be economically independent through tailoring. Founded in 2008, the Faith Tailoring Center Project provides onsite training to women who do not get a chance to continue their education. Given the background of the female participants, Rose
Concrn is the compassionate social service network connecting people in need to compassionate responders trained in crisis intervention. Compassionate responders directly respond to crises in a street outreach capacity. Community members can download our mobile reporting app on iPhone or Android or call us directly to access their services. They make it easy for both witnesses and victims of nonviolent crises to create a report and directly dispatch their network. With this impact grant, they will fund the training of low-income Tenderloin residents who cannot afford to pay for training.