Kindness & Generosity Projects
Read about grantees who have received funding for their Kindness & Generosity project from a Pollination Project grant.
In Queens, New York, the Ladies of Color are bringing local communities social change and improving economic conditions through Loretta Guy’s project, It’s a Family Affair. Founded on the goal to empower young girls to accept their inner spirits, know their self-worth and know they are loved, the project will
Research shows that 60% of American children are exposed to violence, crime or abuse in their homes, schools and communities, leading to long-term physical, psychological and emotional harm. Northwest of Detroit, Michigan is the city of Pontiac, where Deleah Sharp aims to unlock the potential of youth battling with the
According to the January 2016 point in time assessment of Snohomish County in Washington, home to Maysville, there were approximately 1,100 residents without adequate shelter, which largely contributes to lack of food prep and storage. Jeremy Walker is concerned about the state of the homeless and has created 7 Ways
The HIV/AIDS epidemic has taken the Busia, Kenya community by storm, resulting in an influx of orphans and vulnerable children, as many of their parents have succumbed to the disease. Patrick Saidi Sanya holds the vision to see children live better lives and has thus established NJIA MOJA [one way].
Out of all the donated items that trickle their way down to the homeless, socks are the most needed yet the least donated. New York City, New York, Adina Lichtman and Benjamin Kamelhar are collecting socks for those in need while bringing together community members and people experiencing homelessness through
Currently there are 13,000 Michigan children in the foster care system and while each one has a unique story, they all share the similarity that they must transition into a home that did not begin as their own. Each and every one of the 13,000 children must adjust to new
Families who have children diagnosed with illness or disabilities often spend their free time frequenting hospitals and doctors offices searching for answers and ways forward. In Portage, Wisconsin, Ashley Lynn Bush and Todd Gitter are providing families with memorable weekend camping experiences through their project, The Weekend Wish, Inc. Letters