Kindness & Generosity Projects

Read about grantees who have received funding for their Kindness & Generosity project from a Pollination Project grant.

Aima Raza – The Peace Project Inc.

2018-04-02T08:36:44+00:00

The Peace Project is a NYC-based organization that provides in-school human rights and global citizenship education programs for middle and high school students. The Peace Project addresses a critical need for civics education in New York City schools, specifically working to inform, inspire, and ignite students to address human rights issues that directly affect them, their peers, their community, and their generation.

Adina Lichtman, Tess Cimino – Knock Knock Give A Sock

2018-03-28T05:33:01+00:00

“Knock Knock Give A Sock” is a non-for-profit organization dedicated to reducing the stigma of homelessness by bringing neighbors together through the distribution of donated goods to those facing homelessness. This project aims to create a world where individuals of all socio-economic backgrounds share, listen, and ultimately know their neighbor (in order to) leading to stronger communities.

Jahkil Jackson, Founder of Project I Am – Project I Am

2018-04-19T06:53:20+00:00

Project I Am aims to provides essential toiletries and personal health supplies to homeless people in the City of Chicago and beyond. These supplies, bundled into Blessing Bags, include hygiene wipes, hand sanitizer, Band-Aids, antiseptic, socks, bottled water, toothbrushes, and toothpaste. The Blessing Bags are distributed to those temporarily residing [...]

Michelle Carrera PR Relief – Chilis on Wheels Puerto Rico Relief

2017-11-28T15:14:42+00:00

In response to the devastation faced by Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria, Michelle Carrera traveled to the island to provide emergency food and support. With many vulnerable residents facing unprecedented shortages of food, water, and still lacking power in many places, Michelle and friends are providing nutritious vegan food that [...]

Knowledgefire Open Repair Clinic – Neighborhood Learning Laboratory

2017-10-15T13:36:42+00:00

If knowledge is power, then teaching is where power is born. The Knowledgefire Neighborhood Learning Laboratory is a hub of learning and learning resources that exist to foster significant connections between community members, build skills relevant to individual lives and provide tools for accomplishing goals; all of which improve the [...]

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