Schools & Education Projects

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

Delaney Cullen – The Little Garden that Grew

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2017-06-27T05:56:15+00:00

Delaney Cullen at the age of 5, thought of the idea of "The Little Garden that Grew". Now six, along with the help of her parents, John and Cathleen Cullen, founders of Life Roots, she wants to share her passions of reading and nature with others at her local library [...]

Caroline Gichuhi, Classroom Construction

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2017-06-13T09:27:21+00:00

The Ark Children's home was founded by Caroline W. Gichuhi since 2008. We have been providing food, shelter and education to the orphans and vulnerable children since then. As the need grows, classrooms have been a challenge . Education is a vital tool to help us  build our communities and [...]

Lynn Douglas, The Visionary Institute Summer Camp for Girls

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2017-06-13T23:41:55+00:00

"The Visionary Institute Summer Camp for Girls" is a FREE week-long college access summer camp that empowers girls to set and achieve their post-secondary goals. They host two camps in Greensboro and Winston-Salem, NC that are geared towards rising 10th -12th grade girls as they walk through the college application [...]

Anagho Emmanuel Anyangwe, Strengthening The Capacity Of Female University Drop Outs In Yaounde Cameroon

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2017-06-13T10:08:30+00:00

Strengthening The Capacity Of Female University Drop Outs In Yaounde Cameroon is an initiative of Anagho Emmanuel (organizer of Netsquared Yaoundé) in collaboration with Abel Misodi (CEO of hope foundation), and other volunteers. The project goal is to help women who have been forced to drop out of Cameroonian universities [...]

Esther Wanjiku Mwangi, Esvendo Social Inclusion

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2017-06-13T09:43:15+00:00

"Esvendo Social Inclusion" project is an initiative created by Esther Mwangi. It was conceptualized after the realization that over 3 million school days are lost every month because girls don't have a proper way to handle their menstruation. The social enterprise aims to stop adolescent girls from missing school in [...]

Justin Vandenbroeck, Fleet Farming Online Platform

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2017-04-06T11:39:03+00:00

The Fleet Farming model creates decentralized Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) systems that convert backyards, front lawns and underutilized land throughout any neighborhood into productive mini-organic farms. These farms sharecrop a percentage of the harvest with residents, sell the rest in the community and even serve as educational assets for bi-weekly [...]

Juleen Wong, Tufts Veg Society

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2017-04-06T11:39:17+00:00

Tufts Veg Society is a diverse community of undergraduate students committed to making a sustainable, nourishing, and compassionate lifestyle irresistible for herbivores and omnivores alike. Through on-campus events, partnerships with other clubs, and a collaboration with Tufts Dining Services, we strive to be a space for education, dialogue, and delicious [...]

Malele Ngalu, Young Farm

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2017-06-08T14:51:36+00:00

Malele Ngalu and George Omedo co-founded Young Farm to resource students - especially girls - from rural and semi-urban communities in Africa to sustainably farm grain, fruit, and vegetables for nutritious consumption and sale into local and export markets - pioneering the use of aquaponics technologies in schools. The farm [...]

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