Schools & Education Projects
Read about grantees who have received funding for their Schools & Education project from a Pollination Project grant.
Many of the youth in Wilkesboro, North Carolina do not understand the important role of pollinators in society. Whitney D. Greene has thus started Pollinator Paradise: An Educational Garden so that local schools and youth serving organizations can come and see firsthand the work of pollinators and their value in
David Oduor Mulo uses soccer among other sports as a way to provide awareness opportunities to students, teachers and the greater community in Nairobi, Kenya. The Community Impact Program is led by local coaches and addresses urgent issues, including environmental conservation. Intervention workshops are strategically placed and include both games
Due to the life style and food habits of those in Trichy, India, people, especially women and youth, are susceptible to obesity. Jayakumar Arockiasamy has created the Promotion of Vegetarian Food for Healthy Living Among the Weaker Sections of Society project to propagate vegetarianism and reverse the ill effects of
The efforts to close the diversity gaps in education and workforce seems to not be working as recent statistics shows that only 1% Hispanic women are working in computing jobs. In Saint Petersburg, Florida, Nikhil Sharma and fellow high school students have established FLASTEM, with support from Pinellas County Schools
Give More HUGS unites communities to help disadvantaged students have access to educational materials, books with inspirational messages, free Book Share Fairs, and backpacks filled with school supplies while working with students to become leaders who serve and improve their communities. My team and I will train students at schools to implement Project Based Service Learning (PBSL) to help improve communities through educational projects; host annual book and school supplies drives in South Central Texas and Greater New York regions; and increase community partners. Our goal is to help 10,000 students in the upcoming year!
The Kids' Reading Room 2017 goal is to grow our organization! We wish to connect with donors, partner with other non profit organizations, build our Board members, expand to more apartments, and build our volunteer base. We feel a Project Manager will help us meet our goal. We plan to use the funds on a Project Manager. If we are not able to find a knowledgeable project manager, we will use the funds for the last payment of our new website design, student fruit snacks, books, and furnishings for possible new room in the future.
Grantee Name: Lauren Vining Project Name: Pink Elephant International Grant Location: Nakuru, Kenya Funding Partner: Our 2016 Crowdfunding Donors Project Description: Millions of teachers around the world teach in isolation, without access to practical instructional resources, professional collaboration, and ongoing development of skill. Without these three vital components of instruction, access to