Grantee Name: Julia Shivers and Chiara Eisner Project Name: OncArt Inc Grant Location: Boston, Massachusetts, USA Project Description: OncArt Inc. is a not-for-profit organization based in Boston, Massachusetts, that connects clinicians with artists to produce illustrated health education materials worldwide—“Art for Health Literacy, Everywhere.” OncArt materials are designed especially for [...]
The “Helping Ourselves Together (HOT)” projects aims to provide information and advisory services accessible to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex (LGBTQI) community to minimize all forms of discrimination and contribute to an equitable society that respects all human rights.
The 'GO GREEN' Youth Earth club aims to teach youth at their school and community to “GO GREEN” through environmental education. Through this project two local Los Angeles Elementary Schools started an annual Spring ‘GO GREEN’ Resource & Recycling Earth Day Event to create awareness and advocate for environmental education.
As young adults approach the legal age(s) that create eligibility for school, solo-traveling, working, voting, medical consent, having a valid form of government ID becomes a great need. So why not invest in a passport? #Passport2Freedom will conduct a series of workshops for Millennials and Xennials in the East Bay of Northern California.
The Bird School Project (BSP) aims to cultivate awareness, knowledge, and love for nature, particularly among youth in urban areas. This project provides bird walks and experiential science units to 5th-8th grade students in the Monterey Bay region.
The Jimmy Junior Academy project works with parents in the community to provide classrooms and learning materials for needy children. The project will include a sustainable feeding program and build new classrooms to accommodate more students.
Putali Nepal provides information and resources on menstrual hygiene management (MHM) to individuals, schools, activists as well as organisations that work with girls, women and communities in the WASH sector. They introduced the Menstrupedia Comic, a friendly guide about periods developed in India as well as Ruby Cup, a menstrual cup produced from high quality medical-grade silicon as a healthy and sustainable way to deal with periods to Nepal.
Inua Kike is a community-based organization that seeks to support women who dropped out of secondary school due to early pregnancy, financial constraints and early marriages to further their studies and pursue jobs once they successfully complete the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education Exams.
365give inspires people to create a better, happier world by developing a habit of giving — one person, one give, one day at a time. What started as a fun-parenting project has now turned into a global giving moving.
Youth Health Action Alliance (YHAA), a student ran high school union, calls attention towards increasing Sonoma County’s Human Development Index score by addressing key determinants of health affecting the teenage population.