Youth Projects Funded by The Pollination Project
We help fund some of the most incredible youth across the world with these amazing projects.
Le Aumaga was founded by Justin Kalolo and Fraser Tauaivale in May of 2016 with the intent to promote higher education and fuel the academic and personal growth of young Samoan men. Le Aumaga's mission is to support the development of self-sufficient, self-reliant, and village-oriented young Samoan men. Our efforts
Chico Youth Court (CYC) offers an alternative to the juvenile justice system in Butte County, CA. With a focus on restorative practices, the Chico Youth Court will work with middle school kids and high school teens who are first offenders of misdemeanor or lesser crimes. CYC will offer a second chance
LOCAL AGW was founded by Cathleen Schulte and Kristen Rickman Southworth as an organization to maintain and develop the Broadway Pollinator Garden in Oakland, California, an Adopt-A-Highway location at the Broadway exit of Highway 24. Their mission is to create a beautiful community space in an urban setting that supports a
"My College Going Self" project, headed by Shenika S. Jackson and co-partner Jvonne Foster, plans to decrease high school drop-out rates and to enroll more African American males in higher education. The project aims to educate young African American males about the history of African American "historians", the importance of
Youth Peace Workshop's mission is to aware and engage at least 100 youths of plains and hills of Nepal who are currently living in Kathmandu. This project provides peace education through conflict resolution classes, relationship building games, leadership development workshops, yoga and meditation sessions, training on the rule of law,
Emily Miki’s project Share The Love (#ShareTheLove) is a charity project by Denis Miki Foundation, a nonprofit organization that was created out of the need to empower rural and urban poor communities. As the Founder/CEO of the Foundation, she works to empower and give a meaningful life to Orphans and Vulnerable
McKay's Music Movement is filling the gap of rapid school budget cuts—which ultimately leads to removing music education programs and other electives from the school curriculum—by providing free music lessons, workshops, college and scholarship assistance to low-income students of all ages throughout Broward and Miami-Dade county.